Books I've read in 2022 A.D.

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Books I've read in 2021 A.D.

Author Title First published in the year
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle "The hound of the Baskervilles"
John Bunyan. Edited by Jesse Lyman Hurlbut. "The pilgrim's progress" 1684
Derek Sivers "Your music and people: Creative and considerate fame".
Crispin Rodrigues "The Nomad Principle"
Eric Linklater "Poet's pub"
Yossi Ghinsberg "Jungle: A harrowing true story of survival in the Amazon"
Franz Kafka. Translated by Ian Johnston. "The metamorphosis" 1915
Donatella Di Cesare. Translated by David Broder. "Immunodemocracy: Capitalist asphyxia" 2020
Rania Abouzeid "No turning back: Life, loss, and hope in wartime Syria" 2019
E.B. White. Illustrated by Garth Williams. "Charlotte's web" 1952
H.G. Wells "The war of the worlds" 1898
Leiji Matsumoto. Translated by Zack Davisson. "Captain Harlock: The classic collection 1" 1977
Tony Husband "Take care, son: The story of my dad and his dementia" 2014
Kurt Vonnegut "Slaughterhouse-five" 1969
Mark Andrew Poe. Illustrated by Christina Weidman. "The amazing adventures of Harry Moon: Showdown on Nightingale Lane" 2017
Minfong Ho. Illustrated by Kwoncjan Ho. "Sing to the dawn" 1975
Naoki Urasawa. Translated by John Werry. "Mujirushi: The sign of dreams" 2018
Heather Morris "The tattooist of Auschwitz" 2018
Philip Van Doren Stern "The greatest gift: A Christmas tale" 1943
Jennani Durai "Regrettable things that happened yesterday: Stories" 2017
Jerome K. Jerome "Three men in a boat" 1889

I note a few books I disliked, over there . Yes, I did not enjoy them.