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My Favourite Books that I Loved to Read

”Books are man’s best friend.”

You know it. Right? For me, it’s bestest. During my teenage, I used to read 10 to 15 books in a year, but mostly fictions. Now with the change in time and routine, my choice regarding books have changed and I am more to read self-help, skills development and motivational books.

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Without any further delay, let me share with you my favourite books of all time and I could read it once again.

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Money: A Love Story by Kate Northrup

Rating: 4 out of 5.

If you are one of them who face the problems in establishing relationships with money, I highly recommend the book. From poor to rich, everyone needs to love their money for managing ups and downs in life. So managing money is similar to managing a relationship. Sometimes you have a feeling of break up with your money. Yes, you heard it right. Even this book contains a ’Money Love Quiz’ which is a completely different concept and I liked the most. Thus, after taking the quiz, you may know where you stand in your financial world? Apart from this, the book will give you insights on how to plan your finances and get rid of your debt.

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Rating: 4 out of 5.

An old book but can never be obsolete as it delivers the message of pursuing dreams by following what your heart desires. Its a fantasy based on the story of a young boy’s journey, he learns to listen to the heart and to follow the language of omens. With each passing obstacle and hurdle that the young boy encounters, there is a lesson to learn.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It’s a business as well as self-help book. This book teaches that there are two perspectives of any situation. Two people can see similar things with a different point of view. It further introduces the concept of Maturity Continuum. These are three successive stages of increasing maturity: dependence, independence, and interdependence, each containing certain habits to develop.

The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It’s not just a book but a guide for mastering the problems of everyday life. Even this book helps millions of men and women to achieve a fulfilling life. It tells you how to believe in yourself, energize your life, achieve your goals, break the worry habit, improve your personal and professional relationships, etc.

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Those who believe in the law of attraction like me, are going to love this book. However, I know most of you have already finished it. The book tells you how your own thoughts can control your life? It highlights the importance of gratitude and visualization in achieving one’s desires, along with examples and how to improve one’s prosperity, relationships, and health, with more general thoughts about the universe.

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Which are your favourite books? What kind of books (fiction, non-fiction, romance, self-help, etc) do you like?

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Bonus Reading Recommendations

Recommended by DarleneThe Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
Recommended by MehsiQ by Christina Dalcher

7 thoughts on “My Favourite Books that I Loved to Read”

  1. Those sound like very interesting books! I am especially interested in The Alchemist.
    I got so many favourites, but I guess I would add Q by Christina Dalcher, she has such an amazing writing style.

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