5 BOOKS YOU MUST READ IN THIS LOCKDOWN
BY JEENAT GROVER
Since we can remember books have been best friends of mankind. They have not only helped to expand their knowledge horizons, but they have also helped to improve their personalities and their skills in various fields, in particular, education. The greatest books are considered classic. Written by the highest literary minds of their time, they are still related to universal issues, characteristics, experiences, emotions and perspectives. Books provide treasures for students aspiring to build their individuality and learning new skills in order to explore and to achieve their greatest potential.
Taking into consideration the current scenario, university shuts down and students have plenty of time to hand – this could only be their opportunity to own the sky or even create new ones, by diversifying their skills and knowledge. This lock-down is a big stage in which students not only reinvent themselves but also all explorations want something different. Many of them have been influenced by all the new literary genres.
Here’s a perfect reading list for you if you love reading.
1. The Secret By Rhonda Byrne
It is a self-help book focused on the confidence in the law of attraction that canalizes our thought towards positiveness. The book is itself a masterpiece. During the days when people forgot their universe status. The book helps us to know ourselves, and only then will the man figure out just what he is passionate about instead of relying on the non-living stuff of the world.
2. The Catcher In The Rye By J.D. Salinger
The Catcher in the Rye examines the challenges and isolation of adolescence by the original cynical adolescent. Decipher the message yourself in this novel splitting the audiences for decades, following seventeen-year-old Holden Caulfield. Surely the writing is fascinating. The book has not much of a plot, so you might not like it if you are someone who needs a proper, complete ending of the book. It shows the mood swings of Holden Caulfield, the rebellious and non-excited guy, which affects most of us in our adolescence.
3. Sapiens By Yuval Noah Harari
It’s an interesting book. The knowledge and wisdom it contains, you will be astonished. It’s about us, it say. It responds to many human questions and our culture and structure of society. I recommend this book to all those interested in why it’s in the way that it is today. This led to a drastic change in my world view. The book is worth your time for the long reading. In a lively and entertaining language, the book depicts the truly long history of the human race.
4. To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee
This enduring masterpiece was published in 1960 and examined individual and collective consciousness in The Deep South at the beginning of the twentieth century. Humour enters into one of the best books ever written the delicate strands of prejudice, hate, hypocrisy, love and innocence. This novel is truly special, I believe, because it has many plots and subjects. Some chapters seemed unnecessary whereas others were important to the story’s plots. In the beginning, the story was somewhat bland but became more involved when you read more.
5. Rich Dad Poor Dad By Robert Kiyosaki And Sharon Lechter
The author explained the entire concept of financial freedom and money in this book. For those who want to earn money and enjoy their life, this book is for those. He stressed avoiding the rat race and being the master of your life as soon as possible. Through an informative, thought-provoking and inspiring way, he shares the contrasting viewpoint of the two fathers. He teaches us how to make money for us, how to build financial education, what assets he puts in our pockets, etc.
All of these beautiful books will keep you happy in the ocean of knowledge and put yourself most wisely through the crisis. The above readings will not only help you to manage your existing situation effectively but will also contribute to your skills and personalities.