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- 1. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy
- 2. Animal Farm by George Orwell
- 3. I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll
- 4. Ikigai by Hector Garcia
- 5. The Girl in Room 105 by Chetan Bhagat
- 6. Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi
- 7. The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
- 8. The Agatha Christie Collection
- 9. The Complete Works by Virginia Woolf
A reader can never have too many books. Can they? Well, if you are someone who cannot resist buying a stack of new books and spend all your money, ebooks are the solution for you. All you need to do is have your Kindle device and charger within your reach, and you will have hundreds of books close to your heart. You can add your favourite books to your library within 5 minutes and enjoy reading anywhere, even in dimly lit places. To begin with, here are some of the top ebooks that we’d recommend.
Top Book Recommendations
1. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy
Have you ever wondered how the subconscious mind works? This life-changing book by Joseph Murphy will help you understand how one can turn their dreams into reality. This book takes you through the unkempt lanes of the non-rational part of your mind and how your understanding could shape your rational desires and plans. The book further grants a different outlook and takes you to a whole new world to attract success, happiness, prosperity, and peace.
A product of Joseph Murphy’s specialisation in the field of divination, this book talks about everything from banishing one’s fears to attracting finances and more.
2. Animal Farm by George Orwell
The book is an allegory of the Russian Revolution and Stalinist Era. It tells the story of the animals on the Manor Farm who turn against their human farmer. The farmer – Mr Jones, is an alcoholic who neglects his animals. Commanded by two young pigs – Snowball and Napoleon, the farm animals plan to revolt against Jones and teach him a lesson. The narrative further takes a dig at the politics running in Animal Farm and uses satire to mock Napoleon as the supreme commander.
This book is one of George Orwell’s finest works and reflects human society and how absolute power leads to corruption.
3. I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll
As a debut novel by Teresa Driscoll, I Am Watching You has a lot to offer. From revealing explicit details of child abduction to feelings of guilt and trauma, this book uncovers it all. The narrative takes off with Ella Longfield’s travel. She overhears two men flirting with a group of young girls. At first, Ella shuns the thoughts of stopping the guys, but when she realises that the two guys are recently out of prison, she gets concerned. While she wants to protect them, the girls’ behaviour stops her from intervening. When one of those girls – Anna Ballard, goes missing, Ella gets concerned. While she is unable to get past the guilt even after a year of Anna’s disappearance, there is someone who wants her to remember it every day of her life. Could this person know Anna’s whereabouts?
This book has a fast-paced narrative replete with cliff hangers, twists, turns, and thrilling details.
4. Ikigai by Hector Garcia
All of us have an Ikigai – ‘a reason to live’. A well-composed narrative, this book touches on different aspects of a healthy life like longevity, yoga, tai chi, resilience, blue zones, logotherapy, and many more. The book encapsulates the findings from over 100 interviews done in Ogimi, Okinawa. If you seek the purpose of your life, pick this fantastic book that puts forth a different perspective on life and reasons to live it.
Ikigai is a warm and thoughtful book by Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles. More than 1 million copies of this book have been sold worldwide.
5. The Girl in Room 105 by Chetan Bhagat
This book by Chetan Bhagat chronicles the journey of a twisted murder. Keshav is an IIT graduate who works as a teacher at a tuition centre. He often remembers his ex-girlfriend Zara whom he broke up with four years ago. On the night of her birthday, Zara messages him to visit her at her hostel in room number 105, and Keshav readily agrees. What he finds there lays the base for the mystery of Zara’s murder.
The narrative of this book has numerous revelations, traumatic pasts, twisted tales, and broken friendships that keep the reader engrossed throughout.
6. Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi
Sita is a part of the Ram Chandra Series by Amish Tripathi. The book charts the life of one of the greatest and ideal female characters in Indian literature. A retelling of the famous Indian epic – the Ramayana, this book chronicles the life history of Sita and how she was found in a furrow by king Janak and his wife, Sunaina. The novel traces Mithila’s princess and prime minister’s journey from her adoption to her marriage with Ram and abduction by Raavan.
One of the best books in anthologies and fantasy fiction, Sita is a sequel to Scion of Ikshvaku and precedes Raavan – The Enemy of Aryavarta.
7. The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
The Prophet follows Al Mustafa’s journey, who is about to board a ship that will take him back home after a 12-year exile in the city of Orphalese. He is stopped by a group of people who ask him to share his views and wisdom on essential topics that revolve around life and human existence.
Kahlil Gibran is a Lebanese American poet. This book is divided into 26 poetry prose texts which deal with topics like love, crime, pain, and more.
8. The Agatha Christie Collection
This book contains an exhaustive collection of Agatha Christie’s work. One of the most celebrated mystery writers, Agatha Christie’s stories are nothing less than a delight. The book contains more than 20 works by the author that have intriguing plot twists and mind-boggling narratives.
This book has a print length of 292 pages, making it a perfect pick for quick reading sessions.
9. The Complete Works by Virginia Woolf
This book contains the complete works of one of the best-known literary writers – Virginia Woolf. Her epic references and essays all speak of the rigid way of society. A witty take on the world’s set patterns, this book is truly a treat for all those who love reading classics.
Woolf was a modernist who used intense words to bring out the actual meaning.