As kids, one of our safest places used to be in a magical world of stories. Where one book would bridge one Universe created by an author to another and you would flit, like a happy child left free in wonderland.
While our reading habits may have considerably decreased with an increase in responsibilities, it’s never too late to start again.
On Library Lovers day, we present you with a list to add to your personal library –
- Moral Combat by R. Marie Griffith – If you closely followed the #MeToo movement last year, then this book on sexual harassment will keep you hooked.
- French Children Don’t Throw Food by Pamela Druckerman – An interesting study on French painting, this one’s a book you wouldn’t want to put down.
- The Pearl Sister (The Seven Sisters) by Lucinda Riley – Follow the protagonist’s journey where she feels like she’s a misfit in the world.
- Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff – If you’re not into fiction, then this book on American politics will catch you up with the events of the world.
- The City & The City by China Mieville – This thriller set in Europe is undoubtedly a spine-chilling book.
This bag will make room for all these books in case you want to read them on the go.
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