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THE BEST OF FICTION & NON-FICTION BOOKS- PART 2

Happiness is a juicy read!  Most of us can now be like (Ugh… I can do anything but read – rolling my eyes at you, peeps). But do you know which books are truly magical? Are you wondering how? Because they are your best friends, they will bring you peace when no one else can. They will make you think, feel, and experience a specific location without you even moving your legs. Yes! It’s so lovely that you just have to find the right one to try it on!

So here my friends are a list of books for you to read and explore when you’re feeling different moods! The 2nd part of the best fiction and nonfiction books.

FICTION

1. THE DA VINCI CODE- DAN BROWN

This is the best book for fans of action and thrillers. This story begins in the city of love, Paris, where Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbologist, is awakened in the middle of the night to discover that an elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered in the museum, which is covered in perplexing symbols. As a gifted French cryptographer, Roberts discovers that all of the symbols are the work of Leonardo Da Vinci. Behind this puzzle is a breathtaking historical secret, and unless they crack this code, which has been guarded by many brilliant people, the ancient truth will be lost forever. Damn! That’s some good fiction, and since you’re so intrigued, why not give it a shot?

2. HARRY POTTER (CHAMBER OF SECRETS)- J.K ROWLING

I’m sure you’d guessed from the title that this couldn’t lower your expectations, right? So the story begins in Harry’s second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. So, while everything appears to be going well, there are messages on the walls of the corridors indicating that the Chamber of Secrets has opened! OMG!!! What will happen next? The heir of Slytherin is apparently planning to kill all students who do not come from magical families!! Things got a lot steamier, and you’ll have to read the book to find out more.

NON- FICTION

  1. THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING- NORMAN VINCENT PEALE.

This is a personal favourite of mine. If you are serious about changing your mental attitude, this book is a must-read. It will show you how to believe in yourself, how to break the habit of worrying, how to take control of your life, and how to control your thoughts to change your attitude. In a nutshell, this book will change your life by inspiring you to believe in yourself. So give it a shot to help you get through your difficult times.

  1. RICH DAD POOR DAD- ROBERT .T KIYOSAKI

Let’s get a bit technical shall we? Now rich dad Poor dad has a very rich concept in terms of investing and earning money.  The story revolves around the author, his real father (Poor Dad), and his best friend’s father (Rich Dad). They beautifully explain how both fathers shape their thoughts about financing and debunk the myth that you don’t need to earn a higher income to make money. If you want to learn how to manage your finances, this is a great deal.

So, there you have it, my recommendations for some juicy reading… Try them out and let me know which one worked best for you in the comments.

And just remember that “It is better to know one book intimately than a hundred superficially.”

Donna Tartt, The Secret History

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