The Never Ending Book List

1) The Beach of Falesa (Dylan Thomas) (read)
2) Foundation and Empire (Isaac Asimov) (read)
3) Second Foundation (Isaac Asimov)
4) Voyage To Venus (C.S. Lewis) (read)
5) That Hideous Strength (C.S. Lewis) (read)
6) Out of the Silent Planet (C.S. Lewis) 
7) The Chronicles of Narnia (C.S Lewis) (read)
8) Till We Have Faces (C.S Lewis) (read)
9) The Four Loves (C.S. Lewis) (read)
10) The Screwtape Letters (C.S. Lewis) (read)
11) The Problem of Pain (C.S. Lewis) (read)
12) Surprised by Joy (C.S. Lewis)
13) Prayer: Letters to Malcolm (C.S. Lewis)
14) The Great Divorce (C.S. Lewis) (read)
15) Mere Christianity (C.S. Lewis) (read)
16) Reflections on the Psalms (C.S. Lewis)
17) The Abolition of Man (C.S. Lewis)
18) The Grand Miracle (C.S. Lewis)
19) The Road (Cormac McCarthy) (read)
20) Purple Hibiscus (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) (read)
21) War of The Worlds (H.G. Wells) (read)
22) The Sleeper Awakes (H.G. Wells)
23) Welcome To Our Hillbrow (Phaswane Mpe) (read)
24) The Grass is Singing (Doris Lessing) (read)
25) Chaka (Thomas Mofolo) (read)
26) A Man of The People (Chinua Achebe) (read)
27) Red Dust (Gillian Slovo) (read)
28) The old man and the sea (Hemingway) (read)
29) The Sun Also Rises (Hemingway (read)
30) Death in the afternoon (Hemingway) 
31) Islands in the stream (Hemingway) 
32) The Hobbit (Tolkien) (read)
33) The Two Towers (Tolkien)
34) The Silmarillion (Tolkien)
35) L’Africain (J.M.G Le Clézio) (read)
36) Piaf (Simone Berteaut)
37) Peking to Paris (Luigi Barzini)
38) The Elephant Vanishes (Murakami)
39) L’imitation de Jesus-Christ (Kempis)
40) Of Mice and Men (John Steinbeck)
41) Crime and Punishment (Dostoevsky)
42) Wrestling with Christ (Santucci)
43) A living sacrifice (Watchman Nee)
44) The Normal Christian Life (Watchman Nee)
45) Full of Grace and Truth (Watchman Nee)
46) Confessions (St Augustine) 


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