10 Day ‘You’ Challenge – Day 7

Just FYI, things here aren’t getting any easier. Last time I had to drill my brain to get out 5 foods that I liked above others. And now this one. Things aren’t definitely getting any easy.

Day 7 – four books

To be honest, I don’t read as many books now compared to the havoc I created reading books some two years ago. But here are my top 4 books that I will suggest everyone reading this post. PS – I did not take me much time to figure them out and I am sorry, but most of the books I read are of Indian authors 🙂

1. Goosebumps – This novel series always has been spooky and got the creeps outta me. Oh, that reminds me.. I forgot to add them on my shopping list =)

2. The 3 Mistakes of My Life – Chetan Bhagat was one of my favorite authors for years since I was a kid. And this book of his, is the one I liked the most of all the four he has written.

3. I too had a Love Story – A book that brings the relations in them to life. Ravinder Singh has really put into this one. I am still not sure if it’s based on real life incidents, but the happenings do sound realistic.

4. Where rainbows end – I haven’t read Cecelia’s P.S. I love you yet, but this book is a masterpiece! It’s really written in the usual novel language, but in the form of transcripts and dialogues. It’s a sweet and lovely addition to my collection.

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Twen'ty-something, Ought to be a Sagittarius, Should have been naturally expressive, but is not. Thinks a lot, follows not even half of it.. Confused, guess he likes to be, will always be!

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  • OMG!! I never knew you would name – goosebumps.
    I guess my whole childhood have gone crazy with its series. I used to read them like mad and scare the people around me. Mwhuhaha! Its unlike other girls, who would prefer fairy tales but I love reading them.
    and hi5 @ i too had a love story.
    For the last one I would say “thanks for the suggestion” 😉

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