Reading – a delight for all, is much appreciated when there are unanticipated plots and stories which form a labyrinth interweaving the reader into a world he/she had never imagined. Presenting 5 reads which are bound to have an everlasting impact on you :-
1) Durjoy Dutta : Our Impossible Love
Relationships are simultaneously enchanting, mysterious as well as confusing to explore, especially, when you have enough problems to deal with in life and in comes the love bug entering your world.
So, if you’re one of those from the confused lot still figuring out the Circle of Life, this book is simply a go-getter and has a comprehensible narration.
2) Diane Guerrero’s : In the Country We Love: My Family Divided
A definite read for all you ‘Orange is the New Black’ and ‘Jane the Virgin’ fans out there. The renowned television actress, was just fourteen on the day her parents were detained. This heartbreaking story not only looks at immigration as an important issue but also highlights that people can do more with their lives than the cards that they have been given.
Feel lively, whilst reading Diane’s epic encounters. . . sure to keep you engrossed !
3) Labor Of Love : The Invention Of Dating By Moira Weigel
Romance isn’t dead. It’s just not what it used to be. Courtship back in the old days, has today evolved into dating, which has most recently devolved into Netflix and Chill.
So, all you inquisitive minds out there, who’ve ever wondered how cultural evolution has shaped not just the way we date, but also the way we think about dating in general, then Weigel’s fascinating feminist perspective is a must read for you to experience the history of America’s courtship.
4) The House of Bradbury By Nicole Meier
Life is what you make of it. But what happens, when life itself captures you inside the kingdom of dungeons, hits you where it hurts the most yet granting you with just a single ray of hope.
Find your answers, here, as Nicole Meier takes you into her world which incorporates romance and a bit of mystery leaving you at a loss for words.
5) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts I & II (Special Rehearsal Edition)
Just hearing the fact, that, the Harry Potter series is back, keeps me well glued to my reading chair and excited enough to find out so as to what’s going to happen next. Knowing the fact that, our protagonist is now an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and a father to three school-age children; I could only but wonder how it would all go forward from here.
What’s more is : Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a new play by Jack Thorne will receive its world premiere in London’s West End at the Palace Theater this summer.
So, stop thinking and start reading from any of your favorites and in case you don’t have the time, remember Julie Rugg’s saying, “People who say they don’t have time to read simply don’t want to.”
By: Farshid Saher