Recommended Books to Read for Winters | Best Books | Good Books

Being an ardent reader, I can say that there is no better use of time other than some book learning. Imagine yourself sitting with a hot chocolate milk mug in your hand on a frosty winter morning and sitting on the quilt with a perfect read up for the day. Heaven, it is! According to some people, winters are quite boring, that is not true pals. Reading up a thriller or a romantic story can jazz up the whole day for you like a pro. I have curated a list of some book the of different genres that you should definitely go for.

Scroll below for the ultimate line up.

# To kill a Mockingbird

There is a lot or I should say heaps and tons to learn from this book. Written by the ace author Harper Lee, the whole write up is based on her observations of her family, neighbors, and relatives she says. The story revolves around a man trying to defend a black man who has been accused of raping an American lady. Bent under the power of authority, Tom(black mane) is killed and his lawyer Finch and kids swear to take revenge. It is one of the best selling write-ups until date as it teaches us to be courageous, empathetic and how to fight up for our rights.

# Gone with the Wind

Written by Margaret Mitchell, this one is a hardcore romantic novel. It is definitely something to love If you are a fond of the amorous and abstract written pieces. In Spite of being poignant and painful, it certainly had managed to engage the audience. It is a mirror showing us a hard reality of struggle some situations people went through during the civil war. Love and selfishness manifest throughout.

# The curious incident of the Dog in the night time

Mark Haddon has certainly presented a wonderful gift for the dog lovers of the world in disguise of a beautiful write up like this. The story revolves around a dyslexic kid who is accused of killing a neighborhood dog. He tries to investigate about the killer and eventually finds out that his father is a culprit. No spoilers ahead! The story ends up on an optimistic note and is definitely worth reading.

# The Catcher in the Rye

J.D Salinger’s “ The Catcher in the Rye “ aspires to make people feel comfortable. I mean it is written in a very accessible style and feels like the author is conversing with us. A Reddit member said that the novel helped him grow up emotionally. The novel nabs the spirit of our teenage years. The novel is a one-timer and should be read once in a lifetime for sure. You are definitely going to relate to it.

# Thinking, Fast and Slow

This is a very very interesting book and one of my favorites. Written by Daniel Kahneman, it deals with human aspects. The author greatly explains the psychological concepts one goes through in his or her course of life. Worth the money spent, you should definitely give it a try.

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