9 Reading recommendation books

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1.The Presence Process (Michael Brown) – The book says that many painful and difficult things happen to us in the first seven years of life. We do not remember some of these events later, although they have an impact on our present lives. By reading this book you can view some of the painful events in a fun and different way.
https://www.amazon.com/Presence-Process-Healing-Journey-Awareness/
2.Gabriel’s Rapture (Gabriel Sylvain Reynard) – a sequel to Gabriel’s Inferno world hit. An exciting book by a Canadian author who is marketed under the pseudonym Sylvain Reynard.
3.One Day (David Nichols) – a love story of two people who meet once a year for two decades. For one day.
https://www.facebook.com/davidnichollsauthor/
4.September Lights (Carlos Ruiz Zafón)-Carlos Ruiz Zafón is the author of six novels, including the international phenomenon The Shadow of the Wind, and The Angel’s Game. His work has been published in more than forty different languages, and honoured with numerous international awards. He divides his time between Barcelona, Spain, and Los Angeles, California.
About the novel: this is a story about a toy maker. He lives isolated in a house inhabited by mechanical beings and shadows of the past.
https://www.carlosruizzafon.co.uk/
5.The Zahir (Paulo Coelho) – a fascinating story about a journey, relationships in marriage, freedom, personal ambition and an obsession with lost love.
https://paulocoelhoblog.com/
6.”7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle” (by Stuart Turton)
Novel 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, from the pen of British writer Stuart Turton, has been given the title of the most imaginative book of 2018. This exciting bestseller, which takes the reader on an adventure akin to Agatha Christie’s pen, won the Costa Award for Best Debut Crime, and was named The Guardian, Financial Times and Daily Telegraph as the Book of the Year.
https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-7-deaths-of-evelyn-hardcastle-stuart-turton/

7.The Help (by Kathryn Stockett) – is a 2009 novel by American author Kathryn Stockett. The story is about African-Americans who worked in white households in Jackson, Mississippi, during the early 1960s. A USA Today article called it one of the “dormant summer hits”. If you find this book handy, do not bypass it.
Movie Guide (by Leonard Maltin”s) – a movie guide from which you can learn all about actors, directors, producers and other creators of American, British and lesser known French, Italian films. The author’s real rating on movies will make you enjoy new titles or old classics that you haven’t gotten to see. This guide is a must-read for all movie lovers.
8. A Private Patiente (P.D. James) – Adam Dalgliesh investigates a suspicious death in an ambience typical of that famed English-language author, in the south of England in the interior of Dorset. The once large estate with Cheverell Castle has been transformed into a plastic surgery clinic run by renowned cosmetic surgeon George Chandler-Powell. Well-known investigative journalist Rhoda Gradwyn arrives at the property in the hope of getting rid of an unpleasant scar on his face. She is cruelly killed. When Inspector Adam Dalgliesh comes to the property, events turn into a nightmare. They find another dead body.
https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Adam/Dalgleish
9. Amy and Isabelle (Elizabeth Strout) The last summer when Mr. Robertson left town, it was terribly hot. For Amy Goodrow and her mother Isabelle, heat is the least of their problems. Like the river’s sulfuric scent, dried vegetables, two UFOs reportedly seen in the glowing sky above Shirley Falls. Between the age of 16, Amy and her mother opened up abruptly from the moment she was caught behind a blurred glass in the arms of her math teacher. Misunderstanding and mistrust, contempt and anger and something darker and deeper because mothers have their secrets.
https://www.elizabethstrout.com/

5 comments

      • Dear Sunil,
        I am writing posts in English language only last months. But, my native language is Bosnian and long time ago I started this blog in my own language. So, this is the reason why you getting texts in East European Language (Bosnian in this case). I am so sorry, i did not delete it. All texts are still available on the blog. Wishing you all the best. Amela

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