Here are the books I read earlier this year but did no reviews for, due to some reason

The reason mentioned above is purely fictional or you could consider it a result of my indolence, so don’t overthink. Back to the point, some of the books are by Indian authors and a few are free to download too! Some of these have kindle app versions of books that can be read online in under a time of three hours, and there’s no need of a bookseller or to visit a bookstore. So without further ado, let’s dive into it!

  • Summer Unplugged by Amy Sparkling (2013)
    • Genre: Contemporary Romance, Teen Fiction
    • Pages: 90 ( 2 hours read)
    • My Rating: 3.2/5
^ GET THE BOOK FOR FREE HERE

Blurb: Bayleigh is addicted to her cell phone and her mom has had enough. Bayleigh thinks the summer will be torture without social media but that is until she meets the boy next door.

  • My Friend the Murderer by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1893)
    • Genre: Adventure Fiction
    • Pages: 27 (Less than an hour)
    • My Rating: 2/5
^ BUY THE BOOK HERE

Blurb: This is the story of a doctor and his meeting with a killer named Maloney. The killer told him his story and also that he wanted to start a new life. Doctor met him years after he narrated his story. To know the ending of the book you have to read it.

  • Those were the days by Jenny Bravo (2015)
    • Genre: High School Romance
    • My Rating: 3.6/5
^ BUY THE BOOK FOR FREE HERE

Blurb: Don’t fall in love in high school. Don’t fall in love with your best friend. Don’t fall in love. At all.

  • Change Your Habits, Change Your Life in 21 days by Paul Goleman (2016)
    • Genre: Self-Help Book
    • Pages: Uncertain
    • My Rating: 4/5
^ BUY THE BOOK HERE

Blurb: With the help of Change Your Habits, Change Your Life in 21 Days, you will learn how to change every bad habit into something good, and how to work toward success in every aspect of your life. Never again will you feel stifled by the bad habits you have gotten hooked on.

  • Inner Engineering by Sadhguru (2016)
    • Genre: Non-fiction
    • Pages: 207 (5 hours read)
    • My Rating: 3.9/5
^ BUY THE BOOK HERE

Blurb: A time-tested path to achieving absolute well-being: the classical science of yoga.

  • The Valkyries by Paulo Coelho (1992)
    • Genre: Fictional Mystery
    • Pages: 212 (6 hour read)
    • My Rating: 2.9/5
^ BUY THE BOOK HERE

Blurb: Haunted by a devastating curse, Coelho confesses to J., “I′ve seen my dreams fall apart just when I seemed about to achieve them.” This is a Magical Tale About Forgiving Our Past and Believing in Our Future

  • 5 Daily Reminders to Change Your Life by Birister Sharma (2019)
    • Genre: Self-Help Book
    • Pages: 28 (Less than an hour)
    • My Rating: 1/5
^ (DON’T) GET THE BOOK FOR FREE HERE

Blurb: The problem with us is that we forget to motivate ourselves every day. We forget to inspire ourselves every day. We forget to encourage ourselves every day. We forget to wake up our inner-strengths and inner-potentials every day.

  • You Never Know by Akash Verma (2017)
    • Genre: Contemporary Romance, Suspense
    • Pages: 160 (5 hour read)
    • My Rating: 4/5
^BUY THE BOOK HERE

Blurb: She was my true love, I knew that. I hid it from my wife and colleagues. I told lies so I could be with her-it was that amazing! It happened to me and if you think it won’t happen to you-think again.

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