Top 5 Books to Read before 2017 EndsDecember 19, 2017
They say that there’s never a good time to read and yes they are right. Books are the best companion for the ones who love to stay out of the daily traffic, want to ignore the chit-chats of aunties in the metro, and want to keep oneself away from the ups and downs of the share market and bitcoins etc. Books in your hand and off you go to a land full of exceptional imagination.
If you are looking forward to that exceptional time we can suggest you some classics which you can go on and start reading right away.
1. Quarter Life Crisis
A coming-of-age gripping story coming from the point of view of a 23-year young Prachur speaks a lot about our inner selves and the ups-downs we face between the boyhood to manhood phase. It all goes easy until when Prachur finds out that his girlfriend is pregnant. Great and live characters so you can live with them. The book holds the exact amount of emotions, modernity, traditions, emotions, logic, sternness and softness. 299 pages of romantic, comedy, drama you will cherish for a long time.
2. Never Too Late
When you feel that everything in life suffocates you to the last breath, right then a ray of hope shines on you; something same happened with Pamela. A story that has friendship, love, romance, betrayal, grief, hope and above all belief in life and good fortune. You know that it is a daily story but no, you will relate yourself here with Pamela who is a beautiful college girl who goes through emotions when she strolls through the life’s turmoil. She finds a friend to hold her through the difficulties and receives love from the most unexpected person and experiences relations and connects with known and unknown. This story may make you cry and sigh but will also help you believe.
3. Doe Eyed
We all have faced the disturbing yet cheerful teenage, where we escape our childhood phase and are on a voyage to enter the young phase. The time between the both is where we go through a bucket of emotions daily. Welcome yourself to “Doe Eyed.” Dive into the mind of a teenager. Choose to wade in the shallow end or dive into the unknown depth. "Doe Eyed" is guided tour of the average teen's psyche in the 21st Century –a concept that has been home to hot debate, misconceptions and "alternative facts". Packed with short stories about social issues, essays about falling in and out of love and poems about pizza; "Doe Eyed" is an attempt to make the teen voice heard. But for the first time, here is a book that is by a teenager, of a teenager and for everyone.
4. Friends Forever Ya Whatever
The book, which if missed will be the next big mistake you are committing. Coming from the point of the view of the writer who wrote this book during the darkest phase of her life. The writer says, “The darkest night in my life came when I lost every hope to live. I have nothing to praise about. Whatever I loved I lost. Have no idea why this happens to me? I feel like a complete loser. That night I decided to commit suicide but before that, I wanted to write a suicide note. Started writing a paper what happens where things failed where all hope to survive losing. But when the number of paper exceeds six it turned into a book my long cherished dream is just next to me and that makes me decide to write a book.”
This book will help you explore yourself and will let you value your life more than ever.
5. Selected Ghost Stories
After all that love, romance, comedy and trauma. Here is a break for you, “Selected Ghost Stories.” People either believe in ghosts or they don't. They are either afraid of them or they are not. However, a good spine-chilling supernatural tale is enjoyed by all. It is a common belief that there is nothing like a good ghost story.
This anthology of classic ghost stories brings together forty-nine well-wrought tales of haunted houses, vengeful spirits, spectral warnings, invisible antagonists, and motiveless malignity from beyond the grave from the finest specialists, the illustrious masters of the genre. Traditional in its forms, but energetically inventive and infused with a relish of the supernatural, these ghost stories still retain their original power to unsettle and surprise. While most of these stories are acclaimed classics, others are lesser-known gems unearthed from the vintage era of tales of the supernatural. Everyone is guaranteed to satisfy what Virginia Woolf called "that strange human craving for the pleasure of feeling afraid." A book not recommended for the faint-hearted.