Whether you agree or not, but many of us are not really fond of reading books. While sometimes we lie just to seem intellectual, we can’t deny the fact that books are not everyone’s best friend. But yes, for the bookworms and the book lovers out there, nothing can get them more excited than receiving a book that too as a gift! The first thing they’ll do is rip apart the wrappings, take stock of the cover and get high inhaling the smell of the newly churned pages.
If any of your loved ones are one of those annoying kind who’ll send you death threats for merely creasing the pages, here are some of the options that they would totally love reading:
The Hate U Give – By Angie Thomas
This is a story of a high school girl who witnesses the death of her childhood friend at the hands of a cop and how she is drawn to activism post that incident.
The Inexplicable Logic of My Life – By Benjamin Alire Sáenz
This a story of faith, loss and grief where Sal does not only struggle with his identity but also questions everything around him.
The Sun And Her Flowers – By Rupi Kaur
If poetry is what you like, then you will definitely love reading this book. It talks about love, growth and healing.
Literally – By Lucy Keating
It is a story of Annabelle who does not want to live her life in monotony and wants to write her own story.
The Lonely Hearts Hotel – By Heather O’Neill
If you are into reading love stories, then we bet this is the most beautiful, gripping and tragic love story that will make you forget the writings of John Green and Nicholas Sparks.
Hunger – By Roxane Gay
A hard-hitting and powerful memoir of eating food, doubting herself and dealing with weight issues, Roxane explains her struggles in the most honest way possible.
You’re Welcome, Universe – By Whitney Gardner
Filled with visually appealing illustrations, this is a story of a deaf artist, Julia, whose art is her strength and how she beats the odds to become the best.
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