2022 Reading List – Books to Reread and Some New Books to Read

With September already nearly over, this is the latest I’ve made a reading list post in any year.

But I kind of felt like I need to reread a few books and may be read a few new books before I enter into 2023. So I thought let’s revive the reading list 🙂

Book Rereads – Books I’ve Already Read This Year or Would Read:

  1. War of Art – Steven Pressfield
  2. The Road Less Traveled – M. Scott Peck
  3. The Almanack of Naval Ravikant – Compiled by Eric Jorgenson
  4. Practice of Brahmacharya – Swami Shivanand
  5. Why We Sleep – Matthew Walker
  6. Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
  7. How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie
  8. Book of Five Rings – Miyamoto Musashi
  9. Man’s Search for Meaning – Victor Frankl
  10. How to Talk to Anyone – Leil Lowndes
  11. Sorry I’m Late, I didn’t Want to Be Here – Jessica Pan
  12. Reasons to Stay Alive – Matt Haig

New Books to Read:

  1. Chop Wood, Carry Water – Joshua Medcalf (Currently Reading)
  2. Mastery – Robert Greene
  3. The Decision Book – Mikael Krogerus and Roman Tschappeler
  4. Do the Hard Things First – Scott Allan
  5. The Prince – Niccolò Machiavelli
  6. Psychology of Money – Morgan Housel
  7. Money Wise – Sharath Komarraju

Technical Books I’ve Read or Reading

  1. Cracking the Coding Interview – Gayle Laakmann McDowell
  2. Designing Data Intensive Applications – Martin Kleppmann
  3. Elements of Programming Interviews (Python Edition) – Adnan Aziz, Amit Prakash, and Tsung-Hsien Lee
  4. Soft Skills: The Software Developer’s Life Manual – John Z. Sonmez

New Manga I’ve Already Read

  1. Solo Leveling (read 3 times, my favorite from this year) – Chugong and Jang Sung-Rak (aka Dubu)
  2. Dragon Ball – Akira Toriyama
  3. Dragon Ball Z – Akira Toriyama
  4. Black Clover –  Yūki Tabata
  5. Jujutsu Kaisen – Gege Akutami

Older Manga’s New Chapter I Read Every Week / Month:

  1. One Piece – Eiichiro Oda
  2. One Punch Man – ONE, Yusuke Murata
  3. Black Clover (from this year onwards) – Yūki Tabata


Till the next time, do the hard things, start small, aim big, take good care of yourself and keep trailing on your untrailed path.


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