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Marcus Tullius Cicero rightly said “A room without books is like a body without a soul.” So why not we start this beautiful new year by reading plenty of amazing books.
Here are some of the books that I am planning to read this January and I thought that I would share it with you.
Ramayana- The Game of Life – Written By Shubha Vilas
Genre- Fantasy -Mythology
This is the spiritual and motivational series that I received for book review. ‘Stolen Hope’ is the third book of the series, the first one was ‘Rise of the Sun Prince’ and the second one ‘ Shattered Dreams’. Shubha Vilas tries his best to present the authentic Ramayana in a modern way. I have read both books of Shubha Vilas and excited to read and review the latest one.
I just love the way Shubha Vilas writes, already his fan.
Jaya- An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata – Written By Devdutt Pattanaik
Another great Epic retold in Devdutt’s simple and lucid style. I have finished 50% of this book and targetting to complete this by Jan. This book’s beautiful cover made me to just lure in completely. Always been a fan of Devdutt for his no-nonsense way of expressing tangled things.
Finance For Non-Finance- Written By Vishal Thakkar
Genre- Business and Finance
This is something which has helped me like a MBA degree in Finance. This is the best book I found for understanding complicated terminologies used in business and Investments. A must read book for someone who want to create wealth. Loved every bit of this book.
The Curse of Damini- Written By Debajani Mohanty
For a debut novel, I am dumbstruck with the writing and storytelling skills Debajani posses. The story is very strong and hooks the reader. I have just started and I am just loving this book. I have received this for Book review and I am very eager to finish this beautiful write-up.
Dear Debajani, I have not fell for a debut author as quickly as this.
There are some more of them in my Kindle,
The Mastery Manual- By Robin Sharma. Once a Robin Sharma fan, always a Robin Sharma fan.
A Tale Of Two Cities- Charles Dickens– I have read this before, but I just want to re-read this again.
The 3U turns Of My Life By Jeet Gian- This is a beautiful and humorous fiction.
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So what are you reading this January, do let us know in the comments section below.
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