One of the challenges that I enjoy immensely is the Diversity on the Shelf which requires one to read books where one of the main characters is a Person of Color. In 2015, I read 12 books that qualified for this challenge. Since my goal was to read 7-12 books in this category I am glad to have successfully completed the challenge.
Here are the books read:
1. The Individual & Society
2. Inside India by Halide Edib
3. Bhagat Singh: Liberation's Blazing Star by P.M.S Grewal
4. Bhagat Singh by Ravi Ranjan and M.K. Singh
5. Revolutionaries in Dialogue (ed) by Malvinderjit Singh Waraich
6. The Face in the Dark & Other Hauntings by Ruskin Bond
7. The House of Blue Mangoes by David Davidar
8. Along Came a Spider by James Patterson
9. Fearless Jones by Walter Mosley
10. Ayesha: The Return of She by H. Rider Haggard
11. Call the Next Witness by Philip Mason
12. The Farm by Tom Rob Smith
Soon I will be signing up for the 2016 edition of the challenge.