Mayan Civilization: A History From Beginning to End (hourly history)


Rating: 1/5

Want to know how much shitty a book can be? Try this!

Ancient civilisations always interest me. I love knowing about the past and I guess everyone loves it. Obviously, I was excited to read this, but all I found in this book was mini boring history book full of dates and other irrelevant stuff! (my academic history book is umpteenth times more interesting than this! )

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The Wide Window (Series of unfortunate events #3)


Rating: 4/5

If you are going to start watching the Netflix series, I would advise you to read the books first!

Though this book is bigger than other 2 parts, but it is a fast read. Yet again, The lucid language does the job!

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Introducing Philosophy for Everyday Life: A Practical Guide


Rating: 4/5

Are you interested in philosophy?

Do you want to know the basic ideas behind Philosophy?

If yes, then this book is for you.

The book, just like the title suggests gives a nice introduction to philosophy. Discusses some basic philosophical questions with the reader.

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The Secret Life Of Bees


Rating: 5/5


One of the best books I ever read!

The description, The emotions, The portrait of characters & The plot, all of them are blended to perfection.

The story consists of a tragedy and how the protagonist overcomes it. I never like to talk about the story as I don’t want to ruin the reader of the pleasure of finding the exact plot while reading the book. (If you want, you can read synopsis on Goodreads)

I am proud to put this book on the shelf consisting the other masterpiece “The book thief”, both of them encapsulated me like no book ever did.

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Leonardo da Vinci: A Life From Beginning to End |Hourly History


Rating: 4.5/5

Great book! I have read about Leonardo Da Vinci, but this book tells more than any other.

The book gives the glimpse of life during Italian Renaissance era.

The best thing about ‘hour history series’ is that it is totally based on facts (not opinions) & is short enough to complete in a sitting 🙂

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What books should I read to get a reading habit? (1 min read)

You can’t force a habit on yourself!

No book particular book can make you get the reading habit!

  • Firstly, Find the book that interests you, It can be Harry Potter or whichever you like.
  • Secondly, Make a ritual to read at a particular time, I read for at least 30 mins before drifting to sleep.

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The Best OF Diary OF A Wimpy Kid


Rating: 4/5


The best part about The Diary Of Wimpy kid series is the innocence using which the author encapsulates the mind of the reader. It’s not just the writing, the whole combo of language, sketches & the fonts cast the spell! I love fonts, it really gives the essence of a kid’s diary.

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The Einstein Theory Of Relativity | H. Lorentz


Rating: 3/5

Reasons to read this book:

• Written by noble prize winner H. Lorentz.
• Can be finished in a sitting.
• Available for free on kindle.

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Which are the best novels for teens?

These are the books which I believe would have done wonders to me if only I had read them a few years back (when I in school; basically when I was a teen)

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A Study In Scarlet (Sherlock Holmes #1)


Rating 2/5

The first of the four Sherlock Holmes novels.
I had huge expectations from it, after all, it’s SHERLOCK HOLMES!

Since it’s the very first novel, It starts with the introduction of Dr. Watson & Sherlock Holmes. The character of Sherlock is well portraited. The plot was intriguing too!

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