A fairly complete catalog of non-academic physical books, I own.
  1. Crime and Punishment ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky

    Review: I am not worthy of giving a review yet.

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  2. Anna Karenina ~ Leo Tolstoy

    Review: I am not worthy of giving a review yet.

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  3. War and Peace ~ Leo Tolstoy

    Currently Reading
  4. The Alchemist ~ Paulo Coelho

    Review: Neat and Innocent

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  5. The Tao of Jeet Kune Do ~ Bruce Lee

    Review: This book had and has a special meaning in my life. It was the first book I consciously read. It catapulted me into great forays of philosophy. The impact of it was such that I still assume Lomachenko Stance.

  6. The Fountainhead ~ Ayn Rand

    Review: Relatable and Realistic, unlike Atlas Shrugged.

  7. Atlas Shrugged ~ Ayn Rand

    Review: Dagny Taggart

  8. The 48 Laws of Power ~ Robert Greene

    Review: It's Alright.

  9. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess ~ Bobby Fischer

    Review: The concept of "programmed instruction" is beautiful, and it should be used by all tutorial books. The arrangement of chess problems in "frames", and having the solution on the next page instead of on the same page was very thoughtful. The book solely concentrates on 1-3 move checkmates, back rank mates, back rank-mates defense.

  10. The Simple Science of Flight: From Insects to Jumbo Jets ~ Henk Tennekes

  11. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life ~ Mark Manson

  12. Pandolfini's Ultimate Guide to Chess: Bruce Pandolfini
  13. Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid ~ Douglas R. Hofstadter