Top 5 Best Books to Read For Beginners (Part 2)

This is the list of the Top 5 Best Books to Read for Beginners, part 2. Like the first part, the second part also includes some amazing book recommendations that are easy to read and best for new readers.

I personally feel that to become a reader, you need to read some engaging and worthwhile books to build the habit.

Like in the first part, also for this part, I have chosen books that are great for new readers to build that reading habit.

Top 5 Best Books to Read For Beginners

Best Books for beginners to read
Best Books for beginners to read

1) Attitude Is Everything

Attitude is everything abook review
Attitude is everything abook review

This book is a very popular nonfiction read and that’s attitude is everything. Now this book is so popular, I know you would have heard about this book or at least seen this red book on the streets because it’s that popular.

It’s a very motivating and inspiring positive novel. It adds a lot of value to your life. As the author says, you become what you think about.

So yeah, it’s a great read if you really want to change yourself, like you really want to motivate yourself and you want to go on the right path.

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2) Three Thousand Stitches

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Three thausand stiches book review

The next book I have is by an Indian author who herself claims that she writes for normal people for beginners, and that is Sudha Murthy.

The book I’ll recommend is “3000 Stitches,” which is a collection of 11 short stories that are inspired by her real life, and all the stories are actually great.

I liked the story about her college life, which was just relatable, and all the stories

In all the stories she shares her perspective, so that is something which is great, and yeah, if you’re a beginner, you can go for 3000 stitches because it’s a very tiny book and you may feel like you’ve read one book.

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3) Life is What You Make It

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Life is what you make it book review by pretty shinoy

This is such a great novel. Trust me, I don’t know why people don’t talk about it. Its life is what you make it, though it’s a national bestseller.

At times, it starts with the usual love story plot cliche. I know, like other Indian novels, but the things that this book talks about, like mental health and diseases, how you can change your life.

As life is what you make it, it’s a story about this girl named Ankita who has kind of the perfect girl.

She’s attractive, she’s great at studies, she has a boyfriend, her life is sort of perfect and she also gets into her desired MBA college, but then life changes, life takes a turn and that’s the story you get

How she tackles that situation How she tackles her life How she gets back to life is the story.

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4) The Perils of Being Moderately Famous

The perils of being moderately famous
The perils of being moderately famous

I really like reading memoirs and biographies because you obviously get to learn a lot from that person’s life, but also because they’re like entertaining and funny at times to read.

Now this one, The Perils of Being Moderately Famous by Soha Ali Khan, is a novel, a memoir that I read in just one sitting.

I liked her writing style the best. I just admired Soha Ali Khan so much more after reading this novel. Her writing is witty, it’s humorous at times, and she’s satirical.

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5) Pretty Little Things 

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Pretty Little things jilliane hoffman book review

Last but not least, I have a crime thriller. This is a novel that is a little dark and intense, but I’m recommending this novel because it is also about social issues.

The story is about a teenage girl who just disappears, and later it is known that it is much more than her disappearance because other girls in that town are also disappearing.

So yeah, it’s about finding her and finding the serial killer, so yeah, it’s a little dark, but the writing is very easy and the story is very engaging.

At times, it’s a little childish and the twists are not that great, but yeah, if you’re a beginner and if you want to start with a crime thriller or any social novel, then pretty little things are something that I will recommend to you.

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Conclusion

So that’s it with this article. I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you picked up one book for yourself because I really want people to start reading and I really want reading to become a trend.

Yeah, really, it’s that great and you yourself don’t know how reading can change you, so yeah, let me know. You can check out the first part of “Books for Beginners to Read 

If you have any questions, suggestions, or queries, then comment down below with your thoughts. Thanks for reading.

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