What book would you recommend to read?

Ross Z.
Everyday by David Levithan, it helped me realize how special everyday should be and we shouldn’t take any time for granted.
Denise F.
For a life changing book, I really like to read The Desire of Ages, by Ellen White. It’s the most beautiful true story ever written! You should be able to find it for free online, or order it if you prefer hard copies 🙂
Devyn G.
One of my favorite books is “80 Dollar Champion”. It is a horse related book, so that might not be interesting to you. Another good one is “A Blizzard of Polar Bears”. That’s a suspense one and probably would be more interesting to more people.
Salma O.
Depends on what you want to learn. I am currently reading the 80/20 principle which I find very interesting as it talks about how majority of outcomes come from minimal input and I think it’ll help me with time and effort management.
Apolo A.
i’m reading the seven husbands of evelyn hugo rn and it’s so good!! i literally think about it before i fall asleep and i’m obsessed.
Frederic X.
The six of crows duology. It is about 6 criminals with different backstories who try to complete a almost imposible quest. The characters are amazingly developed and the writing is stellar.
Eva T.
I have never really been a bookworm, but recently I’ve been reading more and more books. Out of the books I have read I would say that Wish by Barbra O’ Connor and Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah are the best. The characters in these books are so lovable.
Hans Jochen U.
I would recommend 'the picture of Dorian gray' by oscar wilde. the book is beautifully written and thought provoking. in addition, the tone of the book mimics the kind of melancholy weather going on.
Ganashree E.
Mostly Historical Book are i really read and i intrested in historical books.If i don!t get any new historical book then i read my 10 th class history book then i lnow rhe vwry intresting part of our past ….🤗✌✌And really thank you so much fabulus for asking this question …🤗🙏🙏🤗✌🤗✌🤗✌✌✌✌🤗🤗🤗
Anton P.
Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond. It really enhances one's horizons by looking at the earlier human history, explaining the roots of today's us in the extend of geographical features and the outcomes entailing, our sometimes deathly companions germs. Therefore, it reasonizes the unbalanced wealth and knowledge around the world.
Raul P.
I enjoy reading philosophy books but I know most of the people don’t like them but here is the one I read recently and I liked it very much it’s called: A man called Ove
Emilie I.
The happiest refugee. This is the auto biography about one of Australia's most successful and inspirational Vietnamese-Australian citizens, Ahn Do. He is a comedian so it's not a boring book, and he's had quite the eventful life. I highly do reccomend his book
Fran N.
I’m not really a reader, but I think the Percy Jackson series is nice! Really interesting and the characters are amazing. I recommend it.
Grace P.
I like to exercise in the morning because it energizes me for my day. But whenever you can squeeze in some exercise is great! I sometimes exercise before bed too, and find that I sleep better and feel more well rested in the morning.
Mihail F.
I recommend the one that I am reading:
"Why start with why?"
If you want to understand how people or companies inspiré people to take action you might have to read this book.
Shuntoria S.
Harry Potter
Drama Queen by La Jill Hunt she is a great author in general
Vampire academy series by Richelle Mead
Just started reading the beautiful creature series it’s really good
Ethan Z.
Robert Mcfarlane. Underland. Thought provoking, beautiful landscape writer that challenged what I really know about the history of the land, made me feel regret at how disconnected I am from the ground we walk and has left me with lots of questions about my own existence. Completely submersive read.
Carlos E.
The book The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. It's amazing and creepy. There is a sequel too called The Night Country but it's a whole different story so it's not necessary to read.
Don E.
"Stive Jobs" – Walter Izecson. At the moment, I'm reading this book. It's great. AndI can also recommend Toxir Malik's "O'lim uchburchagi", O'tkir Hoshimov's "Ikki eshik orasi" and so on.
Bex B.
A series of unfortunate events by Lemony Snicket or the secret series by pseudonymous bosch they are both really funny but dark as well
Marion O.
Some books I've read recently that I really like are The Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale and Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust. Or you can go classic, Harry Potter or the Hunger Games are always good.
Pankaj X.
If I was to recommend a book it would be “The Unknown Americans” I would choose this book because it helps you to see how very difficult other people’s lives are and battles they face that make you grateful for even the smallest of blessings you have everyday. From your health, safety, and even basic needs. It’s heart felt, raw, and based on a true story. It will move you in a way that will help you to focus on gratitude
Martin G.
I will recommend Neil Geiman's book CORALINE as the story is a little bit horror and more kinda fun and when you start reading it you can't leave the story. Better you decide a time to read it. The END is amazing.
Ant Nia N.
Read IT by Stephen King. Much more than a horror novel, it explores the relationships between friends bound together by trauma. The book alternates between 1958 and 1985 in a seamless and masterful way that I haven't seen anyplace else.
Ben U.
I don't what book 📚 you like but I like magic book that teach me how how to do magic so recommend spellbound and escape to prosperity
Nour X.
A promised land by Barack Obama. Barack is my inspiration, I like his books and speeches.
This book includes a lot of things that are from our lives, he talked about a lot of things. If you will read this book I guarantee you will like it.
Logan Z.
I recommend The Lost Regiment series by William R. Forstchen. It's an alternate history Sci-Fi story where a Union Army division in the American Civil War is dragged through a wormhole into an alien world. It's full of groups of people who were dragged from around the world and from all points in history. It's a war story that points out how horrific war is.
Maja W.
I recommend "The Book Thief" by Marcus Zusak. It takes place in Germany during WWII. Realistic fiction. It is a young adult book, with some swearing and violence. I very much enjoyed it.
Heba R.
Depending on your interest, however since we are both using “fabulous” and trying to build new habits. I would recommend a book called “the monkey mind”. It educates us on developing new thought patterns that serve us.
Cameron O.
I would recommend A little princess by Frances Hodgeson Brunett because it teaches you about kindness and hardships and how to deal with going through a hard time
Orchid C.
How to not diet. Scientifc evidence showing how to properly eat for a human being. Easy to read. Very long with many details.
Emily W.
I read harry potter and would recommend those but you can go to the libary and read the backside text and see if you're interested
Cassie T.
I recommend the book Tides
It is written by a surfer about the ocean
It's scientific but also like a trip around the world from a vantage point of the moon!
Crystal E.
A book that I would recommend you read is “The Graveyard” by Neil Gaiman. I have read that book over the summer, and it was very interesting! It’s a fiction story that I think the whole family(or just you) would love to read. I recommend it for ages 9 and up.
Ann O.
Code Girls By Liza Mundy
It’s about the woman code breakers in WWII

Mama Day by Gloria Naylor

Fast Times in Palestine: A love affair with a homeless homeland.

May W.
There are so many books that i have read that i would reccomend, so ill just list some. The chosen ones by Veronica Roth it's about 5 teens 15 years after they saved the world and thier trying to recover frpm truma an ptsd. The institute by Stephen
Helena N.
That depends on, what you like to read. I would highly recommend “Red white royal blue” but if you like reading on the internet *Cough* Wattpad *Cough* I would recommend “Flowers from 1970” Both are really good, and if your ever wondering what to read, ask questions <3
Oli T.
My favourite book to read at the moment is from Billy Connolly and it’s called ‘Tall tales and wee stories.’ I’d thoroughly recommend it if you like to laugh – it’s incredibly funny ☺️👍🏻
Emily P.
The Shadows Between Us, any Sarah J. Mass book, or any Greek mythology, fiction, and/or fantasy. Percy Jackson is still valid tho👀.
Gualdim Q.
well in my opinion i think a great breakfast should be something that you like but not something like chocolate or candy. a great breakfast doesn’t have to be like a “super super healthy” meal or low in calorie etc. but still not
Duane E.
You can read :
– Je suis ton soleil from Marie Pavlenko

– L'adversaire from Emmanuel Carrer

– Nous sommes l'étincelle from Vincent Villeminot

and that's all for my favorites 🙂

Cherelle O.
I loved Beartown by Fredrick Backman. It's been awhile since I read it, but it has stuck with me. One of the best books I have read.
Tommy Z.
Hello. That depends what do you like. I am now into Pratchett and Tolkien. However, I make sure to read a book in a month.
Charlie Z.
I LOVE romance and mystery or thriller. For romance I would recommend the Crossfire series by Sylvia Day. I must warn you that book is definitely rated R. And for mystery/thriller I would recommend basically anything by Natasha Preston.
Reinhold U.
Everyone is different so it depends on what type of books you like, but from what I've read I would recommend Harry Potter, the saga of Darren Shan and Oksa Pollock.
Marie W.
The alchemist by ?paulo couhlo?. Its all about a journey for one thing while discovering another on the way. Though a short book, it contains so many nice insights. I should really re-reas ot myself
Katie N.
The infernal devices series by Cassandra Clare. I especially liked the clockwork prince and I am currently reading the clockwork princess.
Olivia Q.
city of thieves!! i just finished it. it’s a nice coming-of-age war-time story, and the characters and their relationships with each other are all so memorable.
Rosemary T.
The northern lights, the way the text has been structured is very interesting and adds to the the story. The story line itself is very good especially after watching the movie: the golden compass and the programme: his dark materials, it offers a way of understanding it more and being able to visualise it too.
Nadya Q.
The book I reading now is The School of life by Alain de Botton, not finished yet. But that book is okay to understanding self.
Priyal F.
i recommend reading cardboard heart by Konstantin Sergienko, it’s a really heartbreaking and deep story, but it’s written in a way that makes it for everyone, adults and kids
Nata A V.
Now I read mostly Marvel comics but one of the ordinary books I read last year is The City of Bones. It’s not that long but the story is interesting and fun to read.
Ishani X.
The books you read should reflect your thoughts and personality. You can choose books of any theme or genre based on your interests. Some of the ones I would recommend are:

1. The Harry Potter series

2. Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass

3. The Divergent series

4. The Chronicles of Narnia

5. Winnie-the-Pooh

6. The Hardy Boys series

7. Geronimo Stilton series

8. The Quest for the End of the Tail

9. The Hetty Feather collection

10. The Percy Jackson series

Anna V.
"Tales from Moominvalley" by Tove Jansson.
It's bunch of short stories about fabulous inhabitants of Moomin world. It's so good to look at our, "real people", life through their stories
Jordan T.
Classics: Jane Eyre
Rom-Com: One Last Stop
High Fantasy: The Priory of the Orange Tree
YA Series: The Raven Cycle or Six of Crows
Laura C.
For motivation I love any books by dr chatterjee esp his four pillar plan and a good book for your outlook/ purpose is called the midnight library by Matt haig
Edith N.
I would recommend 84 Charing Cross Road because it is so simple, just letters back and forth between a woman and a bookstore but it really lets you in on these peoples lives, just regular peoples lives.
Ava T.
The Giver by Lois Lowry. I just finished it and it’s sooo good. 10/10 recommend. I’m usually not a fan of dystopian novels but this one was amazing
Bhaviska X.
I have two books that I would recommend reading. One is The Maze Runner by James Dasher. It is an adventure fantasy book with a few teenage boys stuck in a maze trying to escape. Once they do escape, they realize that there is this virus spreading around killing people and they have to try to survive. This book has three sequels and this book is made into a movie aswell as the two of the sequels.

The other book I recommend reading is Between by Jessica Warman. It is a sad(ish) book about a girl who passes away on her birthday and she transforms into a ghost trying to recall the events of who killed her and why.

Santousha E.
The Bible
By reading the Bible we listening to Jehovah and by praying we talk to him.
So if we start reading the Bible more, is the way we will know what our heavenly father wants from us and how much he loves us.
See Joshua 1:7-8
Ashley R.
Honestly it depends on what genre peaks your interests. You gotta find something that will hold your attention. For me it's TRUE crime and I really enjoyed The Good Nurse. It's a true story about a nurse who killed.
Helo Sa E.
The gift of imperfection, Bréne Brown. Brénr Brown is a shame Research, she writes about how to deal with self love and how to deal with shame
Louisa Q.
There are quite a few I can recommend
First of all, classic like Harry Potter, Lord of the rings,… are always good
I personally enjoyed reading "They both die at the end", "Red, white and royal blue" and "Felix ever after"
I also like reading educational books about feminism, history and queerness but that might just be my preference
I hope I could help
Audrey Q.
I highly recommend to read pride and prejudice by Jane Austin. I am currently reading the book and I adore the story and the authors way of telling a story.
Rebecca P.
I really like fantasy where the main character puts change into the world when they find out the world isn't what they thought so something like "the giver" (book is way better than the movie) or unwind (there's an entire series but it's good). The entire Percy Jackson series is awesome too.
Devyn G.
I am a horse lover so my favorite book is horse related: the 80 dollar champion. Another non horse one is a suspense book called a blizzard of polar bears
Rasmus U.
The woman in white by wilki colllins it own of the best books I have read it mix between mystery and romance and little bit of horror
Jonathan Z.
This summer holiday I finished both the Bridgerton book serie and the infernal devices. I've read both series with lots of joy. This is why I would advise both of them. Julia Quinns serie is a historical romance following siblings trying to find a suitor for marriage in the 19th century. The other serie also follows some people in the 19th century, but this is more of a fantasy novel. The setting is the well known shadowhunterworld created by Cassandra Clare.
Priyal F.
Actually, I don't read a lot, i mostly read manga and that thing, but my favorite book is white fhang, it is about a dog that went through a lot and then someone saved him 🙂 10/10 Would recommend
周昀萱 N.
Actually I been studying for the test recently so I don’t really have time to read books but I’ll still go with call me by your name
Xenia F.
'Keeper of the Lost Cities' is by far one of the greatest books i have ever read. The relationships these characters have are just incredible and so inspiring. This book really reminded me that if you have a dream, you should try your best to achieve it. You may visit some struggles on your way but if you belive in yourself, you'll get through it.
Neera P.
Harry Potter. It will kidnap you into another universe full of magic, fun and wisdom. Recommended for some lightness in your heart.
Caroline Z.
It depends on the genre you like to read. I love most genres. Im currently reading little fires everywhere but recently enjoyed where the crawdads sing and have so far read four books of the ruth galloway series by elly griffiths
Nishma W.
well it also depends on age but Me being 13 I wld recommend Sophie’s future adventures, Harry Potter, dork diaries or something like that. Hope it helps!
Aloisia T.
I recommend any book by Colleen Coble. All of her books are amazing! She is an amazing author and the way she tells her stories brings them life and I feel like I’m at the movie theater every time I pick up a book by her.
William P.
Something proffesionl or some novel if you like romance. If you like reading novel I recommend „nothing lasts forever” as for proffesionl you can pick whatever you want. If you like agrocoulture then I recommend „phytopathology: diseases of field and vegetable plants”
Belinda P.
Right now I'm reading one of the famous books called "RICH DAD POOR DAD" the reason why? I'm really interested in Business and I just started my first steps to this my future profession but not only thanks to that book u can also to know how to increase your active and how decrease your passive that book can teach u how correct start your business and especially my favorite part in this book is the language of rich people as u know can tell something in their language and u should guess what did they mean by that? You sholud just keep reading to know what's the next? What did they mean?
That's why if you want to improve your skills in Business and be educated person in Business I recommend u begin to read that book!😊
Sandy U.
Ikigai, the perfect experience to flow and currently i read Shiatsu out of personal gain for knowledge about the anatomy of movement and pressure.
M Nica C.
I just finished reading the invisible life of Addie LaRue, and it made me reflect on many things, including appreciating every moment on life and being grateful for it because you don’t know when you can lose it
Asana Z.
Its depends on what genre you like to read. I personally like yo read books that have to do with mental health issues especially ADHD. Even at that I don't read book much so I can't say.
Aylin N.
Well, it depends on what kind of books you like. I'm currently reading The queen's gambit. It's pretty good but you should check the trigger warnings before reading. Bye and good luck!
Tyrone U.
There are quite a few books deserving of one's time, but right now I think I'm going to go with The Great Gatsby by F.S. Fitzegerald. The prose is equisitly beautiful, the themes are poignant and still hold true today as much as they did in the 20s and the ending just might make you cry…for Gatsby, for the world, for yourself. And as the last sentence echoes in your conscious mind days after you've closed the book, you will know that the feeling is to probably haunt you forever. A beautiful, life and society examining book, well worth the read 💜
Felix P.
The Alchemist
It’s a beautiful and relatable story. It means something different and guide you differently each time you read it. 💖
C Lia T.
Healing From Hidden Abuse by Shannon Thomas

Personal recommendation for those suffering from self doubt due to past/current traumas/abuse. Gives a bit of enlightenment and knowledge in trying to make sense of the situation. If you've been stuck asking why someone did XYZ and can't sleep due to being dumbfounded by this issue than this book might be for you.

Francisca N.
Gabby Bernstein’s books! Start with “The Universe has your back”.
I also highly recommend Eckhart Tolle’s books. His book “The power of now” has undeniably changed my life!
Nataka C.
Someone would cosider it childish but I love this book its called “Warriors” sometimes “Warriors cats” if you like adventure nature and animals especially cats i would highly recommend it this book has shiny spirit
Niamh E.
I have enjoyed many books, but there is just one that I really can’t get over. It’s called ‘Watch us rise’ By Renee Watson. It’s such a great book!
Mariann W.
I’ve ready romance and urban fiction for many years. And now I’m all over the place. My goodreads profile says I’m currently reading 16 books at one time. What type of books do you like? I’m currently reading the third book of a series written by Deborah Brown titled Trouble in Paradise the books are quirky, funny with my type of people “real” included. I’m partial to
Mr. RIP Eric Jerome Dickey
Brenda Jackson
Kimberle Lawson Roby
Sidney Sheldon was a fave ♥️
Jackie Collins
Terry McMillan
Alice Walker
Omar Tyree
Joss Stone
AC Arthur
Oh and I started it and got distracted but Little Fires Everywhere should be good if I ever get back to it. And I’m still writing something worthy of the world to read ♥️
Christi P.
One of my favorite books is The Forest People by Colin Turnbull. It's an ethnography that details the culture of the pygmies who live in the Ituri Forest. I fell in love with their culture as seen through Turnbull's eyes. It's a quick but dense read.
Allison U.
That really depends on your interest. I would recommend getting a library card and downloading the free Overdrive app. You can explore the library collections there by genre or subject or author, and they are all downloadable directly to your device as an ebook or audiobook. I listen to the audiobooks while I drive or clean or cook and I read the ebooks in bed at night since I'm always the last to fall asleep. If you're interested in paranormal, I would recommend any Cassandra Clare series. If you like hackers and murder mystery, I would suggest the Millennium series by Steig Larssen and David Lagercrantz. If you want dark horror murder mystery, I loved the Chestnut Man. If you want something more artistic with elements of history and thriller, I would suggest Dan Brown. If you want historical fiction, to travel vicariously, a beach read, or something romantic or funny, Book of the Month puts out a new list every month making recommendation for new books. You can also find them on Pinterest for lists of similar books. If you want a dystopian series, I would say the Divergent books, ready player one, or the chemical garden series. If you want something utterly heart wrenching with lots of fast paced plot twists that you can't describe without spoilers, The Kite Runner. If you want classics, you can get most of those for free through kindle ebooks, which has a free app for whatever device you use so you don't have to own a kindle.
Iman N.
I am currently reading “Atomic habit” by James Clear. It’s very interesting and it is helping me to build new useful habits !! It’s clear and easy to understand, it also gives practical tips that you can apply to make your habits better ☺️
Sadia N.
I will Recommend Two books which I Read recently First one is Enjoy your life ..It teaches us how to behave beautifully with different people. it tells Everyone Has different nature So we should behave with them Accordingly…..And much more How can we enjoy our life by Changing The thinking perspective……. 2nd one is Five second Rule by Mel Robin.It helps us to Take a big step within 5 second…this help me to bost my self confidence..
Robin A.
The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune. It seems young, but the message in it is fantastic. It was exactly what I needed to read right now with restrictions on seeing people and starting to pessimistic. It felt like wrapping up in a warm towel to me. I LOVED IT!
Antonin Z.
My currently reading book is about searching true self over ego. My goals is reduce to negative thinking and improve my life.
Lydia C.
So, if you like non-fiction and human rights, I would definitely suggest In Order To Live by Yeonmi Park. It’s about a girl who explains how she escaped North Korea. If you like Fantasy, Wings Of Fire or Harry Potter would be great. And if you just want a laugh, Chicken Noodle Soup For The Soul is good. Hope this helps!
Mads Y.
It depends on what type of books you like. I really like to read fantasy books.

If you like fantasy I think you shold try out Six of crows, but you should read the shadow and bone trilogy first.

Alana O.
There is an app called Wattpad. You can read online books for free, you can also write books if you'd like. You can choose from a lot of different languages. If you don't want to read a book on your phone/tablet, you can also read real books. English isn't my first language so I don't really have reccomendations for that. The book ´They Both Die At The End´ is a real book and it's in English and that's a really good book.
Ava M.
It depends on what genre you like but if you have fabulous on your phone it means that you want to be motivated and productive and track some habits so I would recommend you to read limitless. It really helped me to realize what I needed to do to upgrade my mind and my life and be more productive.
Freja Z.
I have reas mostly romantic novels in my life. But there was this book titled "The time of my life" by Cecelia Ahern. I would like to recommend that book to everyone who wants change. Who wants to be motivated. It's not the clique motivational book but it's a story of a girl who meets her life. This book is one of the best book that i would recommend everyone to read. Cecelia Ahern is a magician and you must see.
Catharina Y.
It depends on what your interest in. Like you might like to read romance, drama or action. And it also depends on your age. I personally recommend Dork diaries (it is a series.)
Rose Z.
I usually just read funny and related comic books, or educational, motivational books, or book with facts, and just text books.. fictional books is not for me.
Arun X.
The Giver by Lois Lowry. It's a beautiful book set in a dystopian world. Reading the book made me reflect on a lot of thoughts and memories that I had, and it's very engaging and well-written!
Daniel R.
A good long fantasy is The Priory of the Orange Tree, a cute romance is One Last Stop, and a good YA series is The Raven Cycle
Bara N.
Definitely it ends with us it was a lovely read. Surrounded by idiots is amazing psychological book and Romeo and Juliet is maybe boring but i loved it!
Venice Z.
I would highly recommend How not to give a F***. This book is not about throwing away logic or general maturity as the name might suggest, but how to live each day to its full. This book explained to me the concepts of happiness , the ideas behind motivation and the key to living a Life that aligns with your values. Not only is the book extremely motivating and powerful but each concept is explained in a way which is entertaining and memorable to the reader, I found myself laughing at several parts of the book making it so much easier to read as sometimes these psychological / motivational books can be! Please read if you want to understand yourself, your desires and others!
Yokotsuka E.
Right now, I am reading manga "To Your Eternity". It's really deep and will question your own instincts. Art is also amazing.
Hans Heinrich F.
Well it depends on what you like to read for example I like adventure and reading about school and teenage life but its what you like. Harry potter is good because it has lots of aspects to it which I like reading them. One book that I think is really good if you like adventure is "The Midnight Unicorn" don't worry if you don't like unicorns it doesn't really mension anything about them but its a really good book that I recommended!
Lucien O.
A discovery of witches, its current a TV series, I read the trilogy the beginning of quarantine and I sometimes repeat the books. There is so much going on from action, romance, mystery and supernatural activities. Its hard to put down once you started. Enjoy!
Santana Z.
It really depends on what age you are.
If you are a teenager I would highly recommend reading "We were liars" by E. Lockhart; and a beautiful novel by Jennifer L. Armentrout, called "Don't look back".
Nat Lie Z.
Id say Harry Potter. I know its kinda basic answer but as im reading it right now i see there are so many informations about the story that arent in films so its worth it:)
Bereczki N.
Its hard to recommend just any book…. I obviously love the classics like Harry Potter or The Lord Of the Rings .
Right now I would recommend Boris Vian-L'Écume des jours i haven't read it yet but have heard amazing things about it and I will be reading it soon.
Eleanor J.
I have a wide variety of tastes when it comes to reading so it's hard for me to pick just 1 book. Right now I am reading Midnight Library by Matt Haig, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, and The Complete Guide To Astrology by Louise Edington. Depending on what you're into, I would recommend any of these. I would also recommend anything by Stephen King, or picking a famous person or musician that you admire and reading their biography. A lot of the time I will go to the bookstore and read the cover of the back of a book. If it interests me enough, I'll flip open the book to a random page and read it. If I find myself wanting to read more, it's a safe bet that I'll enjoy the book and I'll buy it.
Kristin F.
One of my favorite books is The Alchemist, by Paulo Coehlo. I think it’s an easy read, with a really good message for people who are making changes with this app. If you’ve already read it, and liked it, try Illusions by Richard Bach, or Life of Pi by Yann Martel.
Erika Y.
Romance- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Dystopian- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and Divergent by Veronica Roth. Realistic fiction- The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Fiction- I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore.
Gabrielle O.
"Everything is Figureoutable" from Marie Forleo. An absolute must read to someone who wants to improve its life and its thoughts.
Maegan U.
The book "Stepsister". It's full of adventure, realization, wishes, and then a final understanding. Knowing what your heart truly desires. It gave me so many chills while reading it. I loved it!
Allison G.
Definitely books by Rick Riordon. He wrote a lot of great book series regarding friendship, power, and trust. I especially recommend the series “Heroes of Olympus”
Madison Y.
Charles dickens has many fabulous books , one of them is called David Copper field and also another great book is called a tale of two cities , if you are looking for more child like books , you can look into the books of the number 1 storyteller … Roald Dahl
Atty T.
The Song of Achilles. I will never stop recommending this book. It is so amazing. I don't think any book will top it. It was so beautifully written and just magically done, even though there was no magic lol. The greek mythology was portrayed fantastically. And the romance was so perfectly done. I've never read anything that's made me cry so much.
Sandrine U.
Every book is unique. When you start reading various genre you will find one that suits you the best. Then the perfect book will come to you.
Maarja A.
T. Pratchett's "Hogfather", especially as you get nearer to the end of the year. It's the best Christmas-time book I've read, with witty humour, sincere joy and deep and wise thoughts, which, once you've read them, seem so obviously true.
Bartolomeu C.
If you like more modern books I would definitely recommend reading The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas. It is such a good book and it talks about injustice and the hardships of a neighborhood in “the hood” It is a little bit extreme but it is so good.
Pearl P.
book i love to read is “After” part one and two and three and four because it’s entertaining and shuts the world for a few hours to relax 🙂
plus my other book is “I'm not your perfect Mexican Daughter” because me and the main character are exactly the same with being mexican and wanting to move to your dream life
L Onard O.
I don't have any recommendations at the moment, though I perfer reading old timey stuff! I am currently reading "The Daughter Of Siena" by marina flores!!
Lena J.
Sapiens: A brief history of Human mankind by Yuval Noah Harari. Written like a story and it's good to reflect on how we reached this way..
Sebastian Q.
Great expectations, by Charles Dickens. It is a very moving book, and if needed you can suse it for your literature list.
Agostinho F.
Criminal – One of us is lying
Action and SF – Shadow and Bone triology or Six of crows duology
Romance – To all the boys i loved before triology
Thibaut Q.
i’d recomend “the summer i turned pretty”. beacuse it’s a romatinc teen love book that makes you wanna read a new chapter every time you finish one and also has a lot of plot-twists that gets you totaly in a sorprise way. the characters are so humanized, you feel like they’re normal people and that makes the story so much more realistic and easy to understand.
Rosie W.
mostly any book from john green, i really enjoy the way he writes, and currently im reading the song of achilles by madeline miller, and also really enjoying it, so i would highly recommend
Josie P.
So many. “Addicted to unhappiness”, “how to win friends and influence people”, “break up with your rental”, “the purpose driven life”… I could go on and on.
Pepi A.
The book that I would recommend to anyone is a certain fanfictoin under the category of mha fanfics. This fanfic is called Race car AU which is about a person called.yn which is supposed to be you. You race a.boy named "Hawks" and then you get to know each other then you slowly strat to fall.in love. If anyone is going to read.this I don't wanna say to much because I'm spoiling it so I won't say anymore but it's a really good story and it's avaliable on wattpad
Felix J.
Depends on what you are looking for . If u want to start reaing book , start with small novels which keeps u going , then start the famous must-read books. But pay attention to the translator which is very important.
Reinhart O.
The purpose of driven life. Best book I ever read. It also helps to keep my habits bcs it's splitted into days. Like chapter 1 is for day 1, chapter 2 is for day 2 and so on.
Valdemar C.
The nevermoor series, thus consists of three books and is soon going to be four: nevermoor, wundersmith, hollowpox and silverborn(not out yet)
Floyd S.
A book I would recommend is the book wonder. It shows you got everyone is different. It also shows don't jugde a book by its cover.
Danique X.
i loved they both die at the end, the seven husbands of evelyn hugo and if you are looking for poetry i would recommend the sun and her flowers
Meriem T.
I’m reading the Arsène Lupin book series. I’ve started a month ago and I already finished the two first ones which I would totally recommend : Arsène Lupin gentleman cambrioleur and Arsène Lupin contre Herlock Sholmès. I’m reading in French and I don’t know if these books exist in English.
Clara Z.
For a short read I would recommend “fortunately the milk” or “the night fairy”. For something longer the “luck uglies” is great or “howls moving castle” is a great series as well.
Rachael J.
Girl, Woman, Other was my favourite book of last year. It covered so many serious topics but with such life and joy. It was wonderful.
Victoria O.
If you are looking to motivate yourself to create a morning routine that serves you and boosts your life, you should read The 5am Club. It is a self help book that follows three characters who learn about the morning routine some of the top producers from every field use to achieve peak productivity. It’s about a mindset shift, that almost brings you back to a child-like state. Seeing the world with wonder once again. If there was ever a book I wish I could read again for the first time, it’s The 5am Club by Robin Sharma. ((P.S. Even if you’re not a morning person, you can use these same concepts at the time that works with your life! Claim your victory hour!))
Marion C.
Milk and Honey because it helps show what your life could have been and helps you heal from experiences in which the author had and you can relate to.
Hannes F.
One of us is lying is a great book for mystery/murder lovers. It has lots of twists and has an interesting plot. It also has a second part for those who love the first book, One of us is next.
Paul Z.
The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho.
In which a story of a young boy finding the person whom can turn different material into gold in which the journey shows a lot of perspective one should take in day to day life.
S F.
Honestly any book you read will be the best book you can read. All books can teach us valuable lessons and rereading them during different phases of our lives will also bring new knowledge and experiences. Reread your favourite childhood book and see if you notice anything new. I am currently rereading a manga series from my early teenage years.
Marius Z.
Normal people- realistic view on romance also it is a easy read
One of us is lying- thriller,crime with a plot twist
We were liars- had the ultimate plot twist
Graciele C.
well there's more than one but one of them is called "another" it follows koichi sakubara I can't say his last name lol but he has I forgot the name of the thing it's worth his lungs and then another one I recommend is love is war it's a good manga series and I enjoy it so far it's pretty interesting though <3 -cat
Bekah P.
A couple of my favorite literary adventures are Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card and The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller.
If you’re looking for more self-help related books…A parenting advice book that I like is Talk so Kids Will Listen & Listen so Kids Will Talk By Faber/Mazlish…if you’re an over thinker like myself you might like The Power of Now by Tolle or Don’t Overthink It by Bogel.
Adrienne C.
I spoil myself when it comes to tea in the am. I drink Harrowsmith Yorkshire tea. It’s delicious and delivers on the caffeine.
Nakeisha G.
well most ppl already know this but 'Atomic Habits' IS good and i recommend these two as well 'Eat That Frog!' and 'Flow' I kinda forgot the title 😅
No Lia A.
I would recommend the book 1984, it is a dystopian novel full of intense ideologies and situation that aren’t as detached from our society as we’d hope them to be.
Moa F.
I absolutely loved the book ”Educated – a memoir” by Tara Westover. I love memoirs and this one really got me to reflect on the different struggles we all face in life and the different ways we all view the world.
Priyal F.
Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts. It is about fuul of people, life, feelings and redemption. I bet you won't regret. At least one word from this book will change something in you. I hope you like it as I did. 😊
Chiara M.
i love reading love books, and my favorite i think it would be After. i know that is overrated, but i actually enjoyed very much reading all 5 books
Isabel Z.
Recomiendo como ganar amigos e influir sobre las personas. Es un básico para un mejor relacionamiento con los demás y escénicas para construir una sociedad más fácil empática
Alexi F.
The Five Nights At Freddy's (book series of 3 books) is one of my favorites of all time. It's based off the games and is written by the developer. It's such a thrill, that you never get tired of 😫. The ending of the third book was quite interesting too.
Hinata F.
I recommend to read a story book,or a princess comics for girl or action ones. If you like princess,I recommend that,but if you like action or adventures,I recommend you that. Ok byee✌️
Shibshib G.
Oh oh oh! How about "to kill a mocking bird" google recommended it for me and I enjoyed it so much! U should surely give it a try!
Keep going and stay safe and warm!
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Paul J.
Depends on what you prefer, for a thriller I would recommend "sleeping beauties", for romance I would say "fangirl" or "eleanor and park" , for mor of a drama and sad story I would "say shooting stars" or "the fault in our stars" if you like gay romance I would say "Call me by your name" or "carry on" :))
Roberto Z.
If you're starting to read, a good recommendation I can give you is "The Café on the Edge of the World" by John Strelecky. His books are fast paced with chapters from 5-10 pages, making it easier to read. Additionally, it's part of a triology, which I inhaled. So maybe look into it! ^^
Walter R.
There are so many I could recommend to you because I'm a huge reader! If your wanting to read something spicy All He'll Ever Be and Fifty Shades of Grey are really good books. If you want some good young adult romance, The Sight of Love and Emergency Contact are two really good books. If you want fiction, The Giver series, Harry Potter series, The Divergent series and The Selection series are really good books. Finally if your looking for a mystery, The Leaving is a good book, too. I hope this helps!😁
Lakayla Y.
I would recommend you to read Wonder it is a great book it's about a boy who is not normal after I read that book it helped me realize that all people are special in their own ways
Shelley P.
I loved my Angelou's memoir I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. It's not a long read but it is a powerful one about a young black girl who grew Up trying to Please those around her. She had no confidence and no awareness of what she would later bring to the world with her poetry and words.
Priyal F.
I read a lot, so I don't really have the perfect answer! I am currently reading some books I have had since ages. This way, I can also do some decluttering and make space for new books!
Hanan F.
I recommend you something's A history book a history book is so interesting and I would like to know more about our history as human beings I prefer something that I religious more than to get to know about what the different beliefs of people around the world that will help you realize things more better I mean to think about the universe you must think about some think about some sort of high power above that so a history book it would be more helpful for you if you choose it to be a religious history book or talking about something religion I don't know I never do actually give advice about the kind of book you should read but something that interests you you just to help you think
Josephine U.
I would recommend to read The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho and any book by Jorge Bucay. He writes on several different topics and his mind is wonderful!
Denis P.
I liked the book "Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance", it's very inspirational and life changing. This can improove your mindset.
Mackenzi X.
The taming of the clueless. It’s in old English and is written like Shakespeare wrote it. But it’s based off the movie clueless.
Dal F.
If you want something to help you in the long run:
"The Power of the Other" by Henry Cloud
"Boundaries" by Henry Cloud
"Mindset" by Carol Dweck
"Grit" by Angela Duckworth
"The Compound Effect" (I can't remember the author's name…

For fiction, I strongly recommend anything written by Brandon Sanderson, especially "Mistborn" series or "The Stormlight Archive" series. Also, the Riyria books by Michael J. Sullivan are really good too.

Ma Va E.
The gifts of imperfections by Brene Brown. This book is a must. I’ve always felt less, I was always comparing my life to those who seem to have everything figured out. This books helps to see the better side of you. Plus it motivates you to enjoy the little things in life.
Masechaba Z.
What happened to you by Oprah Winfrey, it gives one the understanding of self and how to take back the power of oneself. When you know and understand yourself, how you act and why you act like that you’re free. You can’t be the weapon that harms yourself and that’s what I’m learning from the book.
Paul F.
Hello there Fabulous member! I recommend to read a book that you feel like you would enjoy the most in the moment! If you are starting to read again after a long time, a book that you are familiar with can help ease you into the habit. After not reading a lot, your attention spam will be very short and it’s gonna be hard to concentrate on what you are reading, so a book that you already read at least once is an easier choice. I would also recommend a book that has a very easy to
Yashvi F.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is a good book for anyone looking for financial freedom. It has all the basics in it, and amazing examples for one to understand literally anything about personal finance. And most importantly it's worth the time
Alexandra S.
Thanks for the question. It really depends. What genres do you prefer? Personally I love these books:

1. Milk and Honey | by: Rupi Kaur
2. I am Malala | by: Malala Yousafzai
3. Guts | by: Raina Telgemeier
4. The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane | by: Kate DiCamillo
5. Walk Two Moons | by: Sharon Creech

Ugo E.
Something joyful and lovely, with authentic characters and good hearts. Something that reminds me of the light and fun that is still in the world.
Silvia T.
I don't have any recommendations yet. Currently I'm reading "la meccanica del cuore" by Mathias Malzieu (I don't know the original title). It's a nice tale about a boy who needs a coocoo clock to help it's heart pumping. Due to this condition his heart fragile and this means that strong emotions could kill him like anger, pain and love.
Moa F.
I have so many recommendations. I’m into non-fiction books and memoirs so I’ll give you some great books to pick up from this category. I love Educated my Tara Westover, a memoir that shows us how different other people’s reality can be from ours. Becoming by Michelle Obama is a big favorite as well. The tattooist of Auschwitz tells an haunting story of the reality of life during the holocaust mixed in with a little bit of fiction as well. Hopefully you will enjoy some of these books!
Jo N.
I would reccomend the Cradel series by Will Wight. It's about a world where sacred artists follow a thousand Paths to power, using their souls to control the forces of the natural world. The story revolves around Lindon, who is an Unsouled, and is forbidden to learn the sacred arts of his clan because his soul is considered weak according to his clan. He's then faced with a looming fate he cannot ignore and he must forge his own Path. It's a really good underdog story and so far there are 9 books in total and the 10th one is coming later this year. If you like anime but it's novel form then I highly recommend it.
Clara Y.
I like my father's notebook because it describes the relationship with parents and the incredible journey that is to create worlds that becomes real.
Bertram U.
I would definitely recommend the hunger games or Harry potter
they are both absolutely amazing and worth reading watching the movies is also worth it too, and you'll fall in love with the characters and plot!
Irene U.
Assuming that you are not a voracious reader and have just started looking to read, one book I would suggest is 'The Alchemist' by Paulo Coelho.
Heather O.
I recommend joining up at your local library. Tell the Librarian a little about yourself, and what your interests are. I told my Librarian that I just wanted to read, just for the sake of it. She recommended some fantasy stories, which I loved!
Now I'm reading a book about meditation on the move. I'm enjoying that too, and learning a lot along the way 😊📚
Happy reading… a whole other world (or worlds) await you!
Nolhan F.
Dragonfly by Julia Golding – my favourite book as a kid, and still one of my favourites now (probably where my love of enemies to lovers stories come from haha)
Jesse T.
My brilliant friend by Elena Ferrante is the first of four books set in Naples. It kicks off the story of a friendship. A lifelong friendship between two girls that begins in a backyard in the 50s. These girls are so different and yet so similar, both struggling in their own ways with family, society and their own expectations of what kind of life to live. Their friendship is what keeps them going, what thrives them. Ferrante has a remarkable talent for recreating the atmosphere
in working class Naples of the 50s. You can almost feel the scorching sun on your skin and hear the neighbours exchanging the latest gossip on the streets.
Leo Q.
I think the book harry potter is great but there are many fun books u can read u can go to ur local book shop and look around there until u think yes!
Meggie L.
Depends on what kind of books your interested in! Romantic thriller: These Violent Delights, YA fiction: Lore, historical fiction on black people oppression: book of the negroes, indigenous fiction: firekeeper’s daughter, Chinese myth and history inspired fantasy fiction: the poppy war series, spin the dawn series
Indi Z.
I like to read more dystopian books they seem to make me think about my life and the things around me. My favourite would have to be the giver
Lyna Y.
If i have to list only one book, then i would reccomend a workbook instead: 'how you do anything is how you do everything' of Cheri Huber. Then once you complete it, it will become a book to read about yourself!
Natalia F.
It’s a kids book, but I recommend the entire Percy Jackson series. It’s not that it’s particularly deep or life changing but it never fails to make me laugh. I want to be best friends with all the characters and just goof off and be part of their friend group. It’s been years since I read the books I still think about them often. Kids and teens are hilarious and Rick Riordan captures that humor on the page.
Vava T.
Any kind of book that has exercise in it I’m thinking about doing a exercise in eating book I would have more healthy foods more exercises outside and no couch 🛋potatoes🥔 people 🤷🏻‍♀️
Raven N.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society!! this book is so cosy and feel-good, it's like the book and the story and characters hugging you through the pages. it is definitely my comfort book, and I always feel really happy thinking about it 🤍🔖✨
Christy F.
The Bible. Its the number 1 book that is filled with instructions and principles that will get you through your journey in life victoriously.
Elmira G.
Depends on the type of books you're into. I myself love reading fantasy/ya. In this genre I would recommend Throne of glass. I just finished reading the 8 book series and I absolutely loved it.
Kritika Q.
If you like romantic love story than I will recommend you "I too had a love story" written by ravindra singh. I just love this novel and my favorite too.
Priyal F.
I sitting down on the sofa and watching tv,and i feel sad and boring,I don’t make my bed and didn’t brush my hair and didn’t Interest my skin and didn’t drink water
Sometimes I didn’t eat my breakfast and my lunch.Sometimes to change this atmosphere and feeling good i go to take a shower
To avoid the The psychological is tired
Neko C.
I read mangas which is a type of Japanese comic. so you should check out some mangas like naruto, demon slayer, my hero academia, and even more.
Kurt T.
It’s kind of a funny story. It’s an amazing book. The writing so very reliable and is like you are truly in the main characters head not an old guys that’s writing the book
Elijah J.
I am currently working on self development and I am interested in productivity so I am reading productivity ninja.
as a non fiction book im reading a book called good omens by Terry pratchett, it weighs up the balance between angels and demons, but my favourite book is remember me by lesley pearce. it's about a woman who is shipped to Australia to build the first settlement and her journey back to England. its based on true accounts and never fails to tug the heart strings
Dursun S.
Currently I’m reading The Plague by Albert Camus. Its kind of very similar to what we have experienced during the pandemic. It describes some very beautiful details that we hadn’t realized about feelings inside ourselves.
Jen O.
Sophie's World. It's a great and one of the best book to start with philosophy. Learn Philosophy like a child, esey and in adventure through novel.
Ellie F.
It entirely depends on what you like. But a Song of Ice and Fire is my favourite series, especially if we're talking about longevity. More brief books, but hard hitting are This Song Will Save Your Life and The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Arhontoula N.
I absolutely love the Harry Potter book series. I recommend them , because they really keep you at the edge of your seat.
Stefan I.
Well, to start off, probably something 'general', what I mean is, something that the information within can be used to improve your daily life, and how you look at things. Something that gives you a different perspective. I recommend you read 'Influent Mind' by Tali Sharot – (to better understand how human brains work and how humans react), or 'The Manipulation of lost time' by George Grisham & Sandra Lee – (to learn how to organise your time better and be better motivated; i don't knownif this book as the english transation, though). I would also recommend some philosophy books, but I think you should read more of those to get wiser. Here are some: (you can search for the english version) 'Dincolo de bine si de rau' by Friedrich Nietzsche, 'Arta de a avea intotdeauna dreptate' by Arthur Schopenhauer, 'Eseu despre liber arbitru' by Arthur Schopenhauer and 'Tratat despre indreptarea intelectului' by Spinoza.
Ilaria F.
It’s a horrible book and audio book but I recommend The Missing Sister by Elle Marr. Great conversation come out of this if you read it with a book club.
Elliot F.
If you like fantasy and magic a good book to read is mistborn, born in the mist, a simple but well done magic system with a good history that will entertain you all the way
Frida C.
I would recommend a book that I've heard is actually quite tough to read, it's called "The Great Controversy" – the war of good against evil – by Ellen G. White.
Louise O.
Not much time for reading, but audiobooks are perfekt for multitasking. I love fantasy, and the storm light archive is long and marvelous. The perfect companion for driving, cleaning and any other no brain chores
Irma Z.
I would recommend the three body problem trilogy. It provides a thorough discussion of a number of concepts including three, four and further dimensional space, while providing an interesting perspective on the consequences of interstellar communication
Fr I E.
If you looking to understand humans I recommend 48 laws of power or laws of human nature, if you are bad at communicating I recommend how to win friends and influence people, and for healthy lifestyle I recommend no excuses book,
Wish you a happy life
Tinie N.
Sophie Hannah’s Lasting Damage. You can also find it with the title ‘The Other Woman’s House’. During the time I read it, I got so engulfed in it that all I wanted to do was find out what happened next because it’s just that good.
Jenny C.
A book that I've read recently and recommend is Ashes in the snow, by Ruta Sepetys. It's about a girl and her family being sent to a forced labour camp in Siberia by the USSR during the Soviet "occupation" of the Balcan states. It's a heavy theme but a really good book
Paula F.
8 Dates by the quartet from the Gottmann Institute. Will change the depth and meaning of connection you have with your partner or close ones.
Basanti C.
An essay book 😅
In my eassy book there is Soo many stories and eassy and sometimes I also read history and computer and I enjoyed a lot.
Ricardo J.
I've just finished this book called 'Hooked' by Nir Eyal, which attempts to explain the mechanism underlying the process of getting users to use a product habitually.

This book helps me realize how I can spend less time for social media like Facebook and instead turn to other exciting, meaning-driven activities in life.

Mikayla S.
depends on what you like but I enjoyed A Court of Thorns and Roses series about fairies and high lords and different terrains and seasons and cities
Br Gido A.
Depende del género que te guste, si te gustan las historias de suspenso te recomiendo la historia del loco de Jhon Katzenbach o el psiconalista del mismo autor, si te gustan los autobiograficos te recomiendo mi historia de Michelle Obama, si te gustan las historias te recomiendo la candida herendira y su abuela desalmada, otro super recomendable es ensayo sobre la ceguera, si quieres aprender de la historia del budismo te recomiendo "Buda" de Chopra. Encuentra el género literario que más te guste y verás que amar la lectura es más sencillo porque será como ver una buena película, no aguantas a esperar que va a suceder con los personajes y todos los días quieras leer.
Isacreuda N.
Here is a list of books I’ve read this year, they are all amazing:
“The Hate U Give”
“Every last word”
“The fault in our star’s”
“One of us is lying”
“One of us is next”
“What to say next”
“Perks of being a wallflower”
“10 steps to earning awsome grades”
“Atomic habits”
Those are pretty much it for now, warning though, I added “perks of being a wallflower” because I read it, however I wouldn’t confidently confirm it’s a great book as it has many heavy topics.
Lauryn N.
I would recommend a book called That Night by Chevy Stevens for any thriller/suspense lovers. It’s about a girl named Toni and her boyfriend Ryan who are wrongly convicted and are said to have murdered Toni’s little sister .
Eleut Rio F.
It depends what you like to read: Science fiction, comedy, horror stories, cooking… I prefer science fiction, I read Harry Potter series twice and I think you should read it too. I also recommend Stephenie Meyer, she is an amazing writer and author of The Twilight saga. This is my opinion I hope I helped
Izalino N.
Start reading books related what you love most. Like financial, educational, spiritual, etc. Read to gain knowledge from it, not to spend time in something fantasy. This will both gain your knowledge and your reading curiosity.
Thiago E.
It depends what kind of books you like, but you should read the Neverending Story, Harry Potter, Nevermoor and maybe The Girl Who Drank The Moon.
Soren Y.
As a bookworm I have many recommendations as I've read a lot of books also it depends on what genre people like so a recommendation is a little hard but Agatha Christie books are amazing and I'm currently reading the book thief by Markus Zusak also it was turned into a movie but I don't watch any movie adaptations until I have finished reading the book
Mirjam F.
Pause – Danielle Marchant. It's a really good self help book about learning to take a pause in life before life does it all for you.
Sebastian C.
El Factor X del Dr. Camilo Cruz, trata sobre como podemos mantener el enfoque en nuestras metas, cómo hacer afronte a los obtáculos que tenemos día a día y cómo podemos resolver los problemas con una conducta positiva y con fuerza de voluntad.
Mohammad X.
I propose you to read "the secret " its a wonderful book. Its talk about life and you will learn a lot of, thanks for asking ,love Rina❤
Ella P.
at the moment ive been reading mystery/crime/romance books like one of us is lying and a really good one i don’t think a lot of people have heard of called waterhole, and i also have a love/hate relationship with sad books because their so good but im very sensitive and i cry easily, one book i cried in was war horse 🙁 it was really good but i cried any way
Annette S.
Braiding Sweetgrass or If Women Rose Rooted. Both I found were empowering and meditative. I personally listened to them as audio books but I think they’d be an enjoyable read as well.
Milo Y.
dark and shallow lies is a personal favourite if you enjoy thrillers, it is set in Louisiana in the bayou and is a brilliant read!
Noe N.
The hate You Give, this is because thia book is based about real life. Getting a point of veiw of someone you may not be in reali life, changes how you think and feel about life. It might even change your ways. As someone who does not like to read, this book is the best I've ever read.
Taryn F.
One of my go to answers is always the Harry Potter series. No matter what I’m feeling they are great to pick up and read. Another great book that is worth reading, is the book “The Glass Castle” by Jeanette Walls. It’s loosely based on her life growing up and it’s fascinating. I couldn’t put it down!
Chirpy O.
I would recommend the seven deaths of Evelyn hardcastle because it is a very interesting murder mystery story that makes you think and it’s so satisfying when everything comes together. 🙂
Mischa G.
I recommend reading Sweet Thang by Allison Whittenburg. It’s a beautiful book in my opinion and I really think that others will enjoy this read.
Ellen S.
I recommend "War Horse" by Michael Morpurgo. I'm not a very motivated reader and thick books with small print put me off but this book is perfect. It's a decent size (around 180 pages with average print size) and the story is exiting and full off action and emotions.
Svea F.
The ONE Thing by Gary Keller because it helps you to focus on the things that matter and remove the things that don’t. It helps you to figure out what is your driving motivation.
Alexander G.
I would actually have recommend a comic book it's called Mouse. It's a biographic comic about a holocaust surviver told by his son. Animals are used to depict people but the book makes it so much more real, despite not having humans. It's a hard thing to read, but it means a lot.
Charlotte N.
Book recommendations are very personal so perhaps I will just give you recommendations based on genres.
Horror: Demon Road, Derek Landy
Romance: It Ends With Us, Atria Books
Comedy: So you’re a little sad, so what? Alicia Tobin
Sci-Fi: Prison Healer, Lynette Noni
Historic fiction: A Long Petal of the Sea, Isabel Allende
Evelyn O.
“One of Us is Lying” is a really great teen murder-mystery book if that’s what you’re into, otherwise I’d also recommend the Harry Potter series, or for a classic, “The Secret Garden”.
Jenny F.
To kill a mocking bird. It has delicate humor all over which makes it pleasant to read. Also, it gives you a peaceful feeling as the scences is of a countryside setting. Last but not least, the story takes an unexpecting turn at the end. It somehow shows how interesting it is though it may test a little bit of your patience at the first part when it is not so relevant to the main point (the real case) until half of the book.
Micha F.
I don't know what this question means, either the name of a book or type of books. If you mean the type, I like self success books and novels especially science fiction ones.
If you mean the name of the book, I like compound effect, the north and the south (John Jakes), and…
Priyal F.
Break each task down into smaller sections that are achievable in 10-20 minutes, then complete a section, 3 mins break, complete a section, 3 mins break, etc.
Greta Y.
I would recommend a few titles that helped me in life with various topics, from family to work to hobbies to self-esteem:
-you'll come back to yourself
-alla about love
-the mountain is you
-body truth
-atomic habits
-what a time to be alone
-everything you'll ever need you can find within yourself
-think and grow rich
-the motivation myth
-the bullet journal method
-101 essays that will change the way you think.
Coralina C.
You Need A Budget. It’s a great, updated, relatable, and non-scary money book. Has all of the great tried-and-true financial advice but makes it a lot more palatable. Also some fresh ideas – like showing actually how to break the paycheck to paycheck cycle. (Which is frequently discussed but never seems possible if you’re not receiving a 6-figure income) Also, only budgeting with money you actually have. Like right now. Seriously, read it! You’ll probably thank me.
Jojo N.
I would 100% recommend the Heartstopper series by Alice Oseman! It’s a comic, so it’s very easy to read, by two teenage boys going from strangers, to friends, to lovers 🙂
Christoffer W.
A good book to read is Office Politics by R Chee. It helps me understand difficult personalities in the workplace and develop ways to manage them or confront them if necessary.
ألوان 🌸 N.
ارض زيكولا… كتاب شيق.. نوعه فانتازيا.. يحكي مغامرة شاب ذهب لارض تدعى زيكولا وهم يتعاملون بالذكاء.. اي ان كنت ترغب في شراء الخبز مثلاً فأنت مستعد لأن تدفع من ذكاءك
Gabi F.
I would recommend Atomic Habits by James clear I believe. It teaches you how to form good habit and how to break bad ones. I love it so much!
Ana P.
How to be bawse, that’s what I’m currently reading, it not only has the quotes and facts it contains solutions from real life mistakes which we can related, on how we could handle a situation better.
Tobias G.
𝑌𝑜 𝑎𝑙𝑙 𝑡ℎ𝑒 𝑏𝑜𝑦𝑠 𝑖 𝑙𝑜𝑣𝑒𝑑 𝑏𝑒𝑓𝑜𝑟𝑒 𝑏𝑦 𝐽𝐸𝑁𝑁𝑌 𝐽𝐴𝑁because when you read it you feel this feeling that I can’t really describe.You get so lost in the books world that you could be gone for hours in Lara Jeans worlds and problems. Lara Jean has some problems sometimes in the book and when I hear them I could think myself in the position and think what I would do. So I really recommend this book.
Lilly P.
I’m 16 so these books are all young adult books but some of my favorites are the firebird trilogy by Claudia grey. Kingdom of the wicked by Kerri Maniscalco (just finished this one). Some stand alone books a heart in a body in the world by Deb Caletti. Beyond the break by Heather Buchta. Labyrinth lost by Zoraida Cordova. Hope that helps!
Yann Z.
If you’re into science fiction, the next I’d totally recommend Aurora Rising. It’s set in the future and is about a girl who was on her way to live on another planet but wakes up 200 years in the future. Otherwise, The Dictionary of Lost Words is an amazing book (it made me cry) about the life of a young woman in the 18/1900s. The shadow and bone trilogy and the Six of Crows duology are amazing if you like to watch tv adaptions
Salma B.
Actually to be honest I'm not a book lover but when I see books in the mall or in the library I would like to buy them and read them in my house but the big problem is when I borrow this book or take this book to my house I don't give a f*** about him so that's a very bad thing to do .if you want to buy something make sure you will use it or you will read it
Lizzel N.
It depands on the type of books you like,howevet for fantasy or mithology lovers like me i recommend keeper of thw lost cities or eru sha.their both long seires and it takes commitment but i think it is all worth it.
Zoey Z.
I like fantasy books. I don't know what kind of books you like, but I recommend something like romantic fantasy books if you would love to escape this world a little. 😁
Giovanni O.
I hqve multible books like: Reasons to stay alive, they both die at the end, Aristole and Dante discover the secrets of the universe, Aristole and Dante dive into the secretd of the Waters ect…
Adri O Z.
I am currently reading the Hunger Games series and I totally recommend it for you. I love how Suzanne Collins write the story, It makes me feel like I am in the story, I can feel what she is trying to say and imagining each scene.
Viktoria Z.
It's a book named Cieľ from Elle Kennedy. I'm a big fan of her, I read almost every book she wrote and this is the last one from that book series she made.
Chad A.
i think u should read a funny/comin book because u need to change your mood to be more reflective and to love more yourself .thats my opiniom .Thanks!
Khanak I.
I prefer reading mystery, fiction, magic and yet something not that HEAVY. Like the 'Magic Tree House' series or the 'The Secret Seven' series. But it's all upto you, your mood and your thoughts!
Justin Z.
I really like rick riordan books such as percy jackson and the olympians. I would also recommend harry potter or maze runner… If you like sci-fi and fantasy like me.
Priyal F.
Pride and prejudice is my all time favorite book. It’s a classic that’s not only witty but also has a meaningful story behind it.
Maddie U.
The untethered soul is what I'm currently reading. It requires some focus but it really gives you a good perspective on how to live mindfully
Ruben W.
The book I'm currently reading is called House of Dragons by Jessica Cluess and so far its been very good. There are five different perspectives, all just as intriguing as the other, but that's just my opinion. I would definitely recommend the GrishaVerse series by Leigh Bardugo and the Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni which are both amazing series' to read. These are from fantasy and such so it might not be your thing but it's certainly worth a try!
Reem N.
Read books that are simple but tell u stuff like research books or books about a certain place currently I’m reading the boy raised by dogs it’s a book about how the boy adapt to the environment and how he could be able to understand the dogs language
Allie P.
Hi, it really depends on what type of books you like!
If you’re into fantasy I would recommend anything by Cassandra Clare or maybe “A touch of darkness”.
If not, anything by Colleen Hoover, she’s a great writer!
If you prefer classics tho, I would highly recommend “wuthering heights”.
I don’t know if this was helpful, but feel free to ask more questions!
Rea T.
If you are a fan if fantasy i would recommend Percy Jackson; its a book about greek mythology and it is a mix between comedy, fantasy and a little but of thriller
Sofia N.
currently i’m reading twilight and i’m really liking it, if you prefer classics i reccomend searching for jane austen’s books, if you’re looking for mystery sherlock jokes or agatha christie would be your best choice. harry potter’s saga is also very entertaining but if you’re starting to read and prefer small books, stay away from sagas
Cayla L.
I recommend reading Let It Snow. It's a three part Christmas love story told by three different authors. It's quite the old book 📖☺️, but I still enjoy it.
G Ley P.
I dont know that will everyone like it but im reading it whit a great enjoy! Its mostly for the teens but adults can read it too. The Percy Jackson series is one of my favorite books.
Rose J.
I love romance novels so I would recommend ‘to all the boys I’ve loved before’ or ‘everything everything’ or ‘perks of being a wallflower’ these are some of my favourites!
Christina O.
If you like fantasy, you should choose Harry Potter of course:). I like the book The History of Bees, because its about the future, and how we are going to die if we don’t do anything about the climate crisis.
Malthe U.
I would recommend either the Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo or the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins! The Six of Crows duology is about six people who go on a heist to break a prisoners out of the Ice Court, which no one has ever broken into. SoC is more of a fantasy realm with magic and deities and you may have heard that another series that Bardugo wrote called Shadow and Bone recently got a show on Netflix! The Hunger Games is about a dystopia where a girl is chosen to fight to the death against 23 other children for her country’s entertainment. I love these books so much and you might have heard of them because the Hunger Games is hugely popular, burn if you do read it, please don’t skip out on the second book, it is SO good!
Morris C.
That’s a great question. It really depends on what kind of books you like, but I really recommend “the book thief” it is a fictional story about a girl during world war 2 and I really loved it. I would also recommend a quite different book called “the perks of being a wallflower” it is a beautiful book about a guy in Highschool (I think).
Hinata F.
I recommend to read a story books. If you are a girl,you can read princesses books,ifyou like adventure or action,you can read that,you also can read anything but the important one is you are comfortable with it.
Oliveiros P.
If you like adventure and suspense, I would try either the Alex Rider series or the Harry Potter series. If you're more laid back, I would recommend Wonder
Yolanda T.
Maybe a romance book like they both die at the end by adam sillvera or fantasy book.Maybe science book and politician book to i like all genre of book but…i more like a book with malay language because its my mother language.
Laziza N.
I would recommend you this book:“The life-changing manga of tidying up” by Marie Kondo it is very motivating and fun, so read it, it can change your life.
Elena A.
The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty is actually pretty good. A sensitive, tragic, kind, and feel-good mystery book all at once. It’s not your traditional mystery or romance book at all.
Nikki T.
I recommend a book that suits your interests and things in your life. E.g if you love the idea of love and enjoy natureI recommend a good romance and adventure book. E.g. If you notice the small details and are empathic I recommend a type of spy book or journal to read.
Kamilla N.
Hmmm thats a good question. I have never found the book of my dream, and I am still searching. I’m searching for a book where I can work on myself, learn to love myself and become a better person. But that’s of my needs. One thing I love about books is that all problems and stress just disappear. When I read I am not aware of anything but the book it’s like my other life. So exciting books is really good for that, fantasy especially. My favourite books must then be Harry Potter the series (of course), the hunger games, and a book my Maria Gripe named Agnes Cecilie. The last one is decently my Favourite. My goal by reading a book is ether learning something or leave my focus on my life to an exciting book. But the most important is to enjoy the book:)
Becky Z.
Too many to choose between..! But perhaps The Midnight Library by Matt Haig, I liked the way it left me feeling and gifted it to several loved ones in the hope it would help them too. Enjoy 😊
Loretta J.
I would recommend a book called 'We are all made of molecules' as it is ky favourite book and I have read it many times.
Eman N.
Holy Qur'an .. you will find all answers for your questions, all happiness that you are searching for .

All what you need .. an open heart, clear mind and good intention.

S Lnior E.
the book that i recomend is called “night stories for rebel girls”. this book has more than 100 short stories about diferent important girls/womens of all the world than have made something improtant. every story is only one page longer and all of them are so interesting.
Keyra N.
A Graphic Novel called : On a sunbeam.

The visuals are very beautiful with pretty color palette . It’s about love and Found Family.

Rayan X.
I read The Old man and the Sea. It is a beautiful short novel written by Ernest Hemingway. I think is the pinnacle of motivation. An cuban old man struggles against all odds to fish a Marlin in the open sea. We struggles against hunger, tiredness, sadness, loneliness, old age and death. All this just to achieve his gold
Elizabeth T.
Whenever these type of questions come to me, I never know which one is THE book I’d recommend because I have fallen in love with many many books before. I could recommend you to read the jungle book or even Bambi. Contrary to people’s beliefs, it’s not anything like what the movies portrayed. You’ll get a nice surprise when you finish reading both of them. As to right now, I’m reading howl’s moving castle. Also if you have watched the movie and loved it, you’re gonna read the book even more, it gives you a Sophie-Howl sassy relationship. Oh and do not forget about calcifer 😂 otherwise he won’t forgive you. Oh a MUST READ also is “how to kill a mockingbird” I read that book when I was in the university studying law and it made me be even more certain about why I chose that career. It’s a book that makes you aspire to be better and to be a kid again. Hope my opinion was of help for you. 🙂
Emily W.
I usually read wattpad,so i dont have any book recommendations actually but I like fantazies and adventures so thats what I would like to read or want a book with so next time you go to the library ask the workers there for book recommendations it might help
Emma Q.
Watership Down for fantasy/fiction, The Untethered Soul for mindfulness/spirituality, and 12 Rules for Life for something more academic
Kra N.
Adam Fawer's books
George Orwell – 1984
I wish I could recomended more but I live in Turkey so I don't have enough international book to recommend 🙂
Chloe T.
I personally woud recomend Harry Potter 😂 but if not i have read "The Faul in Our Star" and I liked it very much, it made me valorate life more than I already did.
Linus C.
Depends on what genre you life , so here are some tips:
SF:three dark crowns
Drama : IT ends with us
Action: any book from dan Brown
Self improvement: search for a title you like
Romance: the fault in our stars
Osama Z.
I don't necessarily have a specific book but I have a couple of book series I would recommend. The first one is The Hunger Games series. This book series is amazing in the fact that it has so many genres in play. Action, drama, romance all at once. The second book series I would recommend is the Heroes of Olympus series. This series is amazing in that each chapter is the story from a different character's perspective.
Franco J.
Epictetus Discourses and Selected Writings. Makes you question the life you’re living and makes you want to change it for the better.
ေက်ာ္သူရထြန္း N.
First, I recommend '' Emotional first aid'' by Guy Winch. People can't anything to get happiness and success until have healthy emotion and thought.
Priyal F.
Hi! I personally love little women and maria poppins, they make me feel very happy and cozy and safe. But, for a bit of a less childish read, i absolutely love the great gatsby, 100 years of solitude and dracula
Ashley C.
I'd recommend Alice's Adventures in Wonderland! The original version has a tough english, especially for a non-native-speaker (like me) but it's super fun and this language challenge makes it even more interesting.
Antoniya F.
The Noticer. It's easy to read, interesting and engaging, also not too long. Gives food for thought but quickly completed for a fulfilling read
Harni C.
I recommend life changing books and self improvement books. You can download Mentorist app to read self improvement books.I love miracle morning book
Willow O.
I would reccomend reading The Book Thief by Makus Zusak [I think that is how you spell it] and Harry Potter and the Order of The Pheonix.
Robert U.
I recommend reading a book about femininity
It's intriguing and, at the same time, learning about the self. I am on a self-love journey, and I think reading about how to get in tune with your inner being will open a new world
Riikka G.
I recommend all Mika Waltari’s novels. They contain lot of historical information and make certain changes in history vivid.
April X.
If you are looking for something that has complex characteristics, interesting story line, and is a very long book I would recommend Steven King The Stand. I've read it many times over the years and it is always a great read.
S F.
I would suggest 5 second rule by Mel Robbins , this book will help you to accomplish goals and make habits daily ritual. One can read online , by the I went for audio book which is also available on YouTube
Jonas E.
“The Book Theif” by Markus Zusak is a great recommendation of mine. Vivid and sharp descriptions of events and objects. Just make sure to prepare tissue when you get to the end of the book. 😉
Athinodoros S.
Atomic habits!! It explain in depth how habits work and teach you techniques to add new good habits or remove existing bad habits
Fatima X.
1. Master your time, master your life.
2. 13 things menaly strong people don't do.
3. 7 habits of hihhely effective people.
4. Power if concentration.
Destynee J.
If you enjoy supernatural/fantasy, O highly recommend The Mediator series by Meg Cabot. Though it's advertised as a YA, it's still the series I will be reading years from now. The characters are memorable and the end of the series will take you by surprise.
Koen S.
I'm reading for this moment 'Sapiens' from Yuval Noah Harari.
It's well written, it makes my view of history wider and it's a little bit provocing.
I never had much intrest in history before I read this book and now I'm feeling myself a little expert.
So, enjoy it 🙂
Dami O F.
I’m a Christian so the Bible is always a good place to start when thinking about what books to read but also becoming by Michelle Obama and understanding the purpose and power of women a book by pastor Myles Monroe is a good one
Rosa N.
If you like maze runner I would recommend the hunger games it’s about a girl names Katnis competing in a game what’re the point is to kill each other 🙂
Emma A.
My favourite room to clean is my living room. But I get the most satisfaction from clean the bathroom and seeing it sparkly clean after. And every time you walk in it gives you a good feeling knowing it’s so clean
Nicole E.
The book I recommend is "The wizard of oz" or Harry Potter philosopher stone. Watercolor botanicals and Everyday watercolor
Evan Y.
It depends on who you are what you like, I like to read poetry books and I read the bible too. Both these books are important to me
Cynthia E.
I would recommend Intuitive Eating (it’s written by two female doctors I can’t remember their names). It teaches the principles of living an anti-diet, anti-weight loss approach to eating that emphasizes enjoying food, feeling your fullness, honoring your hunger and other guide lines to have a healthy relationship with food. The two principles that really did it for me were “joyful movement” which emphasizes moving the body instead of exercising in a way were you have to quantify everything. And “gentle nutrition” the final principle which eases into taking nutrition information into account only after you’ve practiced the other principles. This book was a life changer!
Manon T.
Right now one of my favorites is Dry by Neal and Jarrod Shusterman. It's a sci-fi book but it's really connected to these times. It's about global warming when waters disappear almost fully and what efect it has on people. But the best part – it's written as a teen "adventure" so it's really good!
Sahar L.
I haven't read a lot of books yet but I recommend the one I recently read, "things have gotten worse since we last spoke" this book is really good and the way it tells the story is very unique all, it's about this two women who met online and they're relationship become weirder and weirder everyday it's a good read I really recommend y'all to read it.
Dan Z.
It depends what you really want to learn. There are books out there for every single thing that mankind has learnt.
Ryan Holiday's books, for me, have been great reads so far. "The Obstacle is the Way" is a great accompaniment to the Fabulous Journey.
Ella P.
I recommend Harry Potter, I know it’s a very basic one but I can not get over it. Harry Potter is my favorite book series in the world because while reading I can escape more then I can with any other book!
Priyal F.
I would recommend Miracle morning by Hal Elrod And How not to give a f@*k by Mark Mason. Great books for personal growth.
G N L A.
Suffer the children by John Saul. You must like dark and thriller genre of books to really enjoy this. John Saul is my favorite author so any book from him I'd recommend but this was the first one i read that got me hooked on his writing.
William E.
I recommend all of the Harry Potter books but if you're a bookworm i would assume you've already read at least one of them. I also really enjoyed Anne of green gables, it was really nice and the tv series was good as well.
Stathis V.
The Bible. This book fascinates me! I have read it so many times, but still I receive so many good vibes and messages from it!
Jacob Z.
I would recommend Robinson Crusoe because it is a challenging yet rewarding read. The characters feel believable and tangible yet the story is fantastical.
Ecrin L.
Normal People, Of Mice And Men, Agatha Christie books, The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, Jane Eyre, DUNE, The Midnight Library. I can recommend some Turkish literature like as Felatun Bey İle Rakım Efendi, Sergüzeşt, İçimizdeki Şeytan, Sinekli Bakkal….
Georgia U.
A Court of Thorns & Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Fantasy – Romance – Enemies to Lovers – Strong Female Protagonist – Fae Law
The first book in the ACOTAR series is incredible and pulls you in, leaving you unable to put it down but the SECOND book. Life changing. Beautiful. A literary masterpiece. Yes people have their issues but I think it represents mental illness, strong, independent females & men who love and protect but are more than willing to share the spotlight if not give it up completely
R Mi Z.
I recommend reading something that interests you… a topic or a genre that you're fond of… for example I love romance novels and reading those make me feel relaxed… take some time and find the type of book that's perfect for you✨
Victoria Z.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. Oh, it’s just wonderful. Beautifully written, amazing story line, amazing characters. I love it. I felt like I was experiencing a world no one would ever know.
Ella F.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. A comeidic and romantic story but it is still classic. The movie is good as well. If you want something heavier, OCD A Memior Of My Life With OCD by Allison Britz
Aryan Z.
Usually I like to read adventurous stories ,I find them interesting and also some history books are my favourite.You could start with small stories make your habit of reading and make it to novel . Choose genres you like.
Maggie Z.
The Natural History of the senses – by Diane Ackerman. Great book to expand knowledge and imagination and build your English vocabulary
Richard Q.
Read a book that can relate to you but also is totally different to who you are or something you are interested in to read but make sure you are calm first
Clara Z.
I have a few books that I really like.
You are a badass by Jen Sincero
Me before you by jojo moyes
The fault in our stars or turtles all the way Down by John green :))
Viviane F.
I would really recommend
Either diary of a wimpy kid or shadow by Micheal murpugo they are both amazing books and Micheal make loads of wonderful books and so does Jeff Kinney (he writes diary of a wimpy kid)
Naomi O.
I am a badass at making money, especially if you want to learn how to exercise your belief system, and get out of your own way…Good luck
Madison C.
Tyler Johnson was Here by Jay Coles. This book so so beautifully written, and I happen to be good friends with the author. It's a great piece about social justice and I heavily recommend!
Pincky Z.
Currently I'm readin "Shantaram" from Gregory David Roberts, based in India and enjoying it. And I'm also reading "The Magic" from Rhonda Byrne. Any suggestions from you?
L On T.
Hard question. Maybe the books written by Meik Wiking. They give some chill. But they are having so good ideas and facts about psychology and other stuff.
Maja Z.
I’ve read a ton of books this year. One of the gems I’ve uncovered is definitely The Blackthorn Key. It’s just the right amount of story, humor, and everything nice!
Tuana T.
I personally read "Dork diaries" right now it's funny and cool at the same time you can also read Fan fictions. There are a lot of books you can read online too.
Alberte Z.
Old man and the sea. It's a light read. Beautifully illustrates the struggle within life. Its hardship and its empowering role in creating us and giving meaning to our life.
Ema P.
Well…I am not a reader and I am more into web toons and comics online so , this is my 1st book and I feel so great that I have started reading so I'll definitely recommend you my 1st book twilight it's great story and there is this book called vendetta by Catherine Doyle
Marga F.
I would recommend the book "Almond". It is from a corean writer and it talks about a little guy who couldn't feel emotions, because of a problem of his brain. After tragic events, he met a guy, a bull at school, who showed people that he is strong but he is actually not. He wished he could feel no feelings like the protagonist. A lot more happens and it is very interesting.
Barbara J.
I recommend reading “Happiness for Beginners” by Katherine Center. It is a light, easy read filled with lots of tips to bring positivity and self-love into your life. The main character, Helen, is this 32 year old recent divorcee who signs up for an extreme 3 week hiking trip. Her younger brother’s best friend is also a participant and ends up bumming a ride with her from Boston to Wyoming. Jake is 10 years her junior and has had a crush on Helen since they met. You can imagine what happens. It is predictable with interesting twists and turns along the way.
Marie Z.
It depends on your style but one book that I absolutely loved was ‘a Semi-definitive list of worst nightmares’. It contains humour, romance, family problems and facing fears. I fell in love with it and re-read it at least 3 times.
Line Z.
I recently started reading Niceville. You follow a group of coulored women as they are working as househelp and nannies in southern USA i the 1950s, the work konditions are not fair and they are not always well treated. You also follow a young woman that grew up with househelp and the road she is taking to try to make things beter for the women that work as househelp and nannies in her area. She deside to write down there experiences and stories in a Book.
Meenakshi Z.
It depends on reader. I personally like young fantasy more… My favourite books are Percy Jackson and The Olympus by Rick Riordan, Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Mass and The famous Harry Potter by J.K Rowling
Whitney F.
I’m pretty young but I love the book a long walk to water it is one of those books with a two person perspective which the both meet together in the end it is about an amazing journey and I love it so much it’s short too! I myself is planning to read six of crows next! But right now I am reading ezperanza rising
Catharina Y.
Three times broken go into it not trying to learn or discover anything in particular but allow your mind to really just read and think and think and think about what you’re reading. I thought about such interesting thing that felt original while reading this. Give it a go Henri Michaux is incredible. Don’t forget to go into it with an open mind and always have a boogie to make you feel better!
Vida L P.
If you like ya/ fantasy I would definitely recommend Six of Crows. It can be a bit confusing to read if you haven't read Shadow and Bone, so I would also recommend that book. They are both very good book series
Grace F.
I would recommend The Hunger Games, all three of the books. They are interesting and once you start reading, you'll notice that it will become difficult to put down the book.
Emma A.
The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus. It's a short philosophical book concerning a school of thought called absurdism (the idea of radical acceptance). Would highly recommend and it is incredibly thought provoking.
Priyal F.
A book of mystery or thriller genre. I would recommend book like Harry potter, if you are starting to read for the first time.
Ilan Z.
I've read three differents books in my whole life and on those occasions I didn't get an interest in anyone of them, also it happened when I was a child. Actually I haven't read any book so I'd like to but I can't recommend a book.
Viral W.
Alchemist is a really recommendable book. You can read that. I hope you'll be able to see yourself changing after reading that book. Thank you🍂
Karla N.
I would definitely recommend Heartless, it's the story of the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland, but before she became a queen.
Ida W.
I would recommend the book titled, Never Caught by Erica Armstrong Dunbar. It is the story of Ona Judge, who escaped from slavery and the household of George and Martha Washington. One of the most memorable parts of this book is when Ona decides to escape after realizing that Martha Washington was planning to gift Ona to her niece. Although she was well aware of her status as a slave, it was at that moment that she fully realizes that she is truly seen as simply an object -sellable and interchangeable. She escapes and although she lives in poverty and content fear of being captured and taken back into slavery, she preferred her freedom. She gave up her connections to family for freedom. She resisted ploys to lure her back to George Washington. She was never caught.
Naomi B.
I would recommend any type of thing you are interested in so if you like science red a book about science if you like cars read a book about cars if you like horse like me them read a book about horse
Gabriel Z.
Any non-fiction area of interest you have; or any poetry books, especially by Nikki Giovanni; or any of Maya Angelou's writings
Niko B.
I would recommend "Man who laugh", because I thinks it's the best book from Victor Hugo who is ome of the best authors. He had some amazing ideas that he implemented in his books, like he's very well aware of someone's personality, and his character would never do somethings that is against his nature and the other thing I like that he do is that he like to play with the flow of the story. Sometimes he slow down a little, or just put one chapter about something that you'll know what's for later.
Hans Willi E.
I suggest you read Darren Hardy's book Composite Effect, Stephen Guise's book Habits and Think and Get Rich Napoleon Hill
Barry U.
T. M. I. by Stephanie Ivashkov.

Genre: Mystery / Thriller

The book is a mind-bender. That's all I'm allowed to say without spoiling it. I was engaged from start to finish with so many plot twists and points, and well-developed characters. It certainly wasn't your typical main character trope, either.

A J.
True crime/chicago architecture: Devil in the White City (Larson)

Fantasy: Storm light Archive: The Way of Kings (Sanderson)

Psych/Econ: Thinking Fast and Slow (Kahneman)

Deeply nerdy math/music/art romp: Godel Estcher Bach: Eternal Golden Braid (Hofstrader)

Medicine/Ethics: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Skloot)

Classic Romance: Jane Eyre (C. Bronte)

Classic Horror/SciFi: Frankenstein (M. Shelly)

Magical realism/hard-boiled whodunnit: Magic for Liars (Gailey) – starts out seeming like YA and Harry Potter like fic… It's not though

Nakayla Z.
The Simple Wild by K.A. Tucker. This was one of my first reads for 2022, and I fell in love with it. It’s 5 stars for me! It is part of a series, but I genuinely loved the way it ended and won’t risk disappointment by reading the rest of the books (ignorance is bliss). I went into it thinking it was just another romance novel, but it was so much more. I laughed, I cried, I smiled, I cried some more. The setting was wonderful (rural Alaska 🤩), and the meaning touched my heart and changed my life. The characters are so well thought out and developed—you end up getting to know and love each and every one. It was an emotional rollercoaster, in a way a book should be. I hope you will read and enjoy it as much as I did!
Chloe N.
I recommend The seven deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, One of us is lying and it’s sequel One of us is next, and The Hunger Games series. The first three are murder mysteries and hunger games is very well known. They all involve death and murder.
Yurena J.
Usually I like to read biographies, however specifically there is one novel that I find very fascinating ,which is fiction, and it’s called Spring Snow by Yukio Mishima, it’s set in 1912 Tokyo and is about a young man raised by aristocracy called Kiyoaki who is dealing with the Meiji period, when japan was at risk of colonisation and was heavily influenced by Western ideas, and finds himself confused about his feelings for a girl called Satoko which he realises he’s fallen in love with. That’s my quick summary of it, I haven’t quite finished it yet but I find it every interesting and easy to read, it is the first novel of the trilogy.
Jesus O.
There are many books I’d recommend. Two that I have read recently and I find special are Rosa Luxemburgs letters collection and the unlikely pilgrimage of Herold Fry. Luxemburgs letters, those from prison I have read, are a great inspiration and a showing into the life of a magnificent person from which you can learn a lot: especially her amazing ability to stay determined and happy by herself in every situation, as she valued life and was happy by herself, regardless of her surroundings. Herold Fry is an interesting book about walking, I loved it. It shows how walking and talking with people can teach you many things and the beauty of having a goal and someone you’ll make happy. I love long walks so it inspired me further, great book about life
Cassandra S.
I really enjoy doing sun salutations I find them wonderful to do in the morning to get my heart beating and my blood pumping
Fabio Q.
I recommend the book “Missing Since Monday” it’s my favorite book at the moment — I love mystery type books & it definitely kept me on the tipiest of my toes 🙂
Franklin Z.
I really enjoy Coraline by Neil Gaimen. It's kinda scary but not a lot and it's also not that long so if you just started reading and want a shorter book this one is great!
Brandie S.
something to make you brain work like a mystery. a good mystery will help your mind become sharper and sharper so maybe an Agatha Christie book?
Robin A.
If you eat eggs, then I make an egg sandwich on an English muffin with a little shredded old cheddar cheese. The old gives you the stronger cheese flavour but just using a bit shredded reduces the amount you need. So sorry of a healthier version of an egg McMuffin with no meat.
Ainsley A.
I would recommend out of my mind. Its book about a girl who has a disability. She shows that she can overcome stuff even when she can't physically do it.
Rafaela E.
I'm reading Harry Potter, but I recommend read a book that you like or some book to improve something you want to improve
Thibaut A.
All these wonders. I've been reading this book for the past week and its inspiring. it tells story's about the unknown and real story's that are being told from the person that experienced it. it's amazing.
Keila S.
I have loved reading since I was a child. I didn't read because I didn't have much time with a group of employees, but now I read books every day, little by little.
Kati E.
Braiding sweet Grass to fall in love with the land

Children of blood and bone or song of wraith and ruin to see black girl magic

The fifth season to dive into an amazing world of strong black women

Becoming to be inspired

Eva O.
Pretty Little Liars! I love how it's written and it has four books in the series. It has some drama, mystery, and romance in it. Please give it a try! You can even watch the series that they made about it too! 🙂
Suzy U.
I would recommend 8 peoces of silva. It is really interesting and I would say the age range is around teen to 30ish. It is mystery with a plot twist.
Asl N.
Dan Brown / Origin

I’ve always love Dan’s brilliant novels which are full of art, culture, thriller, adventure, conspiracy and mystery. This story is happening in Barcelona Spain. I wonder some day I’ll travel there and visit sagra da famillia and la casa and all the other beautiful places.

Priyal F.
1984 if you like dystopian fiction and social commentary. It’s a great book and got me really engaged with it, it’s also pretty short, if you’re an avid reader you can even get it done in two days or smth
Mehreen U.
a song of Achilles.
it's a love story of two greek mythology characters called Achilles and Patroclus. it's beautifully written and will make you cry. be sure to give it a read!
P4 P13 Y.
I recommend you to read the famous five books or the secret seven books if you are a toddler, if you are and adult, I would recommend Harry Potter or twilight
Tina C.
I am currently reading Beyond Survival: Strategies and Stories from the Transformative Justice Movement. It's really making me think and reflect on our current justice system in the US.
I also like to read a bit of poetry before heading to bed. Any of Rupi Kaur's books are good.
Lee F.
I have a few recommendation for you since I always love reading books. The first one is 'girl,wash your face' by Rachel Hollis which I read often. Second is 'tale from the cafe: before the coffee get cold' is my favourite. I recommend you to read 'Kim Jiyoung, born in 1982' if you're not into deep reading.
Noam Y.
Fiction, James Herbert, I enjoy his style of writing, trouble is once started it's hard to put the bin down. Non fiction, mind body and spirit; crystals, Wicca, yoga, aromatherapy, the list goes on.
Ashna X.
I really like reading fantasy books. For those who love an adventurous fantasy I would recommend reading the six of crows by Leigh bardugo.
Shiyah J.
I recommend reading the book "Shade Me" by :Jennifer Brown. The book is about a highschool girl named Payton who has Synesthesia who end up being the only one to find out what happened to one of her highschool classmates who went missing. "Shade Me" is the first book of a three book series. If you enjoy mystery, thriller, and young adult fiction, I highly recommend this book for you! Enjoy!
Alexandra F.
If you feel stuck in your life or need a reality check every now and then, I'd recommend 'The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*CK. It's been helping me, giving me some tools to improve and grow as a person.
Emma Z.
I love The Little Prince, and I think everyone should at least read it once. It's so dreamy yet very eye opening and real. It's also very beautiful. Thats my favorite book and I really recommend it.

The other one is Totto-chan. It's a unique book and a charming one. Even tho that book based on real story, the story itself really wonderful and quite bizarre. But I love it. Especially for kids, it's give a lot of knowledge and good moral story.

Camilla O.
I really recommend the little prince, that I recently read and I loved it! Than I really recommend also “The mirror visitor” that are 4 wonderful fantasy books that are also for adults with a really deep meaning!!!
Diane O.
Pan to soup to neko-biyori. It's a novel about a woman who decides to resign after the imminent death of her mother and being moved to a position she doesn't like. She opens a restaurant, only sells fresh bread, soup and daily menu. The novel is heartwarming, littering relatable moments; it makes me appreciate the normality and ordinariness of human's lives.
Dalva A.
A Road Less Traveled was recommended to me and it was a life changer. I would recommend this book to anyone, especially now given the current state of affairs (pandemic).
Elliot F.
Depends on what you like. Different people like different things, including books. I like historical fiction. So I love book series like Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean Auel. Think about things that interest you, and then research books in that genre. Good luck. 🙂
Dustin C.
Of course it depends on your interests which I don’t know but recently, I am recommending “A Gentleman in Moscow” in fiction and “The Field” by Lynne McTaggart in Non fiction.
Clara U.
If you enjoy a good murder mystery, then I would recommend “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie. It’s a pretty short read, and keeps you on your toes the whole time.
I would like to read Enid Blyton books and Of orchard . I like reading my little pony books 📚 as I have lots of fun !! It's awesome 😎 to read .
Said N.
I recommend Sofia's world mmmm I have many reasons why but the main reason it's that you gonna learn another point of view to the philosophy and how that have been influenced in our lives
Monica T.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a great book to read. It is a dystopian science fiction which has been compared to 1984 by George Orwell. See this link for more information: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/13/books/review/which-dystopian-novel-got-it-right-orwells-1984-or-huxleys-brave-new-world.html
Gerald W.
It depends on you.Like,I like comics,novels and stories. If you want a recommendation.,I will suggest lord of the rings.
Maarja A.
T. Pratchett's "Hogfather". Especially as you get nearer to the end of the year. It's the best Christmas-time book, I've read with witty humour, sincere joy and deep and wise thoughts, which, once you've read them, seem so obviously true.
Giulia P.
This question has so many answers… It depends on the genre you like.
As of right now, though, I'm reading Six of Crows. Highly recommended.
Alana E.
I looove books. If I could only recommend one it definitely be The Four Agreements. It is life changing and I have listened to it and read it many times. I’m even read it a a group read and discussion with my husband and two young sons.
Linda C.
For lovers of Jane Eyre and other gothic tales with woman protagonists, I would highly recommend The Death of Jane Lawrence or Mexican Gothic.
Katrina O.
I really like Oliver Twist is my favorite book. I read it when I was like 12 but is just really amazing and I feel like the lecture really connects with anyone and makes you think
Arsh T.
Stephen Fry's Mythos is a good read to completely unplug from the current world and take insights into the formation of Greek concepts
Diego S.
I would recommend R. J Palacio's "Wonder" book. It's a really heartwarming story about a little boy who was a bit different from anyone else. He goes through a difficult time, but he has his new friends and his family by his side who help him. I enjoyed reading this book, its message is really deep. The whole book is based on gest of kindness and that's a beautiful thing.
Sofie H.
Anything from Pirandello Luigi, really. I’m now reading the short book “6 personaggi in cerca d’autore” (Italian name), but I recommend reading before that “così è (se vi pare)” (Italian name, again). His short novels are great to begin, as well. other books from him I suggest are “Il fu Mattia Pascal” and absolutely “uno nessuno centomila”. he is an Italian writer and theatre producer and he treats themes such as the relativity of truth and the persona we have to build in order to fit in society.
Emma O.
It depends on what genres you prefer such as adventure, romance, etc. I would recommend researching these genes and looking at book that interest you. I can recommend Black by Fleur Ferris. This is a mystery novel.
Priyal F.
I really recommend Musashi. This is a classic Japanese novel about a famous Samurai. It shows his journey from being a bully to becoming zen like in spirituality. It gives a wonderful insight into Japanese culture. Its descriptions of scenes and people are vivid.
Andrea F.
Any type of dairy of a wimpy kid they are very interesting and are full of twists. I like books which keep me interested as 90% of books get boring and I lose interest.
Kiyaan N.
Hey! So I’m an avid reader and I love reading the works of Dickens, Tolstoy and the likes. I have just started to read a book called ‘A Gentleman in Moscow’ by Amor Towles, and it is about an aristocrat who has been sentenced to house arrest indefinitely in the Metropol Hotel in Moscow. It is a really great book and makes you reflect on aspects of life and people that we would take for granted. “Can a life without luxury be the richest of all?” Is a quote from the book. I found myself fawning over the book continuously and I would definitely recommend it to everyone I know.
Steven Y.
I started reading Atomic Habits by the time I started using this app. That book is based on science and has helped me a lot in finding better ways to keep my good habits and remove unwanted or bad ones.
Nicoline P.
I don’t know what genre you like or you want, but currently I’m reading ‘The return of Sherlock Holmes’ by Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle and I think it’s quite good if you like detective and mystery kind of stuff. 😊
Ioana V.
Harry Potter by J.k Rowling
The Masterminds by Gordon Korman
The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Braken

Of course, all the books in these series because they are all equally beautiful!! ❤❤

Daniel Z.
It's the most exciting book I've ever read. It has magic, cool new words to learn and a little bit of crime. It's fantastic. I love it so much it's one of my favorite books.
Ava N.
If your around 13 books by PG Wodehouse are very good as they are interesting, funny and contain good developed vocabulary
Yurena J.
Hey, thanks for asking this question. I've been questioning the same thing to many people and I also have googled about it many times. Reading is just-for-fun activity. It should not be forced upon you, and should not be regarded as a compulsory task. If you're not a person who reads daily, then before starting you need to know that it's always better to start small. Completing a book in a single day does not work well for many people because reading is something which evolves your thinking process which enables you to five deeper into the hidden meaning in that book. When you read, try highlighting or noting down few sentences that you feel are noteworthy. Also, when you highlight something, write about how that relates to you and what you can use that for in your life. Tiny steps will lead you to your desired goal. Start with reading for 15 mins (or with any time period you feel comfortable with). It is also good if you read in a pomodoro technique, which means to read for 25mins and take a break of 5 mins. In those 5 mins it would be good if you do a completely different task (such as push-ups or any other). Don't force a lot of reading task in a day upon you. I usually read at night before bed or in the afternoon when I feel tired. But this reading time totally depends upon you. You can take your book with you and can start reading whenever you get some spare time to read (for example, if you are in a waiting area). You can also download some ebooks so that you don't need to carry your book everywhere you go. If you are comfortable in reading for 15 mins then switch to reading for 25 mins then you can also try another method which I follow that is to read 25 pages a day. This is also helpful as you can know when you are going to finish reading a particular book. If 25 mins or reading 25 pages is a lot for you, then you can start with reading for 10-15 mins. You read only for learning and to find peace of mind don't make this simple activity hard for you. Start small and you'll eventually be able to build a habit of reading daily.
Lynda N.
I try to stay fit so that I will be able to function better when I’m older . I feel less pain and mentally better when I’m exercising . Everyday people learn things, it doesn’t matter how small or simple , they learn. Pick things that you don’t think you want to learn and broaden your mind
Tom T.
I would definitely love to read romance, thriller, horror, mystery types of books/novels. I am also interested in inspirational and self love kind of books.
Ann R N.
I would recommend "Fathers and Sons" by Turgenev, bc this is very interesting book. I think, u can understand very important things for your future and present with this novel
Manon N.
I would recommend “the fault in our stars” by John Green. It is the story of a teenage girl who has cancer and falls in love with a boy who gives her the desire to stay alive and to fight against her disease.
Georgia P.
Kafka on the shore. It is a book written by one of the best selljng writers of all time Haruki Murukami. A highly suggested book. It is filled with fictional images for the fiction lovers out there. Besides all the fictional elements to it, it never loses touch with the reality and weaves our current condition so well with the text. Best of luck for your happy reading journey!
Hadiza O.
One of us us Lying. Its technically your classical high school move written in a book. But its amazing. Its written well and the characters behaviours are all unique and interesting. The book has three other follwing it, which arent the same story but all have a conection in such a fascinating way. The second ine called "two can keep a secret", followed by "one of us is next" and the series ending with the book titled "the cousins"
Conrad O.
I love all the books of Percy Jackson. They are fantastic, they amaze ma every time I read a page. If you like fantasy books, these are the right books for you!
Georgia X.
Some of my favorite books I've read are; Artemis fowl (the time paradox), The fall of Crazy House, The Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation, Sherlock Holmes and most books written by Shakespeare.
Ana Lle Y.
Always Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas. An epic YA series filling friends with amazing magic and world building. I’ve never felt anything so powerful for a book as I have in this.
Kristen E.
The Nature Fix. Makes you realize how important nature is- even a simple walk are the block- for our mental and physical health!
Grace P.
the secret it helps you to know how to be more positive and how to attract what you want and ignore the negative…I use this way in my life and it's really amazing you will observe the difference in your life
Greta N.
For self love, I recommend ‘note to self’ by Connor Franta. Not only the words are beautiful, the book illustration itself is soothing and inspirational as well.
Lisa N.
The Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah. It is rich with history, wonderful fully alive characters and a story line that keeps you intrigued. A story of a mother and her children over time – a lovely read that will stay with you for a while
Julie Z.
King Kong theory, Virginie Despentes
Maya Angelou
Toni Morrisson
Fátima Ouassak
Basically any book written by a woman because we don't read enough of them 🙂
Ma Line T.
Learnful books, like epilogue or something like that. I am a really smart girl, more like a know-it-all, and that's why I need those books to become even more smarter 🙂
Galiano P.
What I would recommend would be like either fantasy or mystery but I think to read it would depends on your mood of the day
Kat N.
I just finished ‘All Your Perfects’ by Collen Hoover and it was AMAZING. i usually dont cry when i read books (crazy ikr) but some tears fell out of my eyes ngl. Any Collen Hoover book is amazing! i’m not even kidding. i can talk abt every single book i’ve read of hers for DAYS. the meaning and message behind her books and the double meanings are just so “mhm”. Another thing is the way she connects what happens in the book with the cover and the title. sometimes it’s the title but alot of them are both cover and title. and they have the BIGGEST plot twist
Janna C.
I have reading many books but i can't recommend it yet because i don't know what's type of genre that you like…may i know?
Josefine Y.
I recommend you to read Harry Potter. There are probably so many people that read it or at least watched the film, but if you didn’t, I recommend you to. It keeps me away from my thoughts and even though it is german, I really understand it. It is easy to understand and imagine. It is much better if you didn’t already watched the film and you don’t know what is going to happen.
Bavin M.
I haven't read many English books, but I can suggest you the "Sofie's world". This is a novel written in a philosophical format. If you are someone who is interested in philosophy's and the life, this book is great!
April N.
I recommend reading a book that will make your feel adventurous. This usually helps me when I need an escape from reality. For something more into teen age I suggest ‘Alice, I think’ by Susan Juby. It’s a weird book, but very funny and makes you want to break out of your comfort zone.
Maya G.
I recommend books about Personal Development. I think you can discover yourself more and meet you. They can teach you (in my opinion) about this world and make yo understand some things you've didn't find the answer for. Also the ones about Financial education. You can also read what you want and what you like. Like fantasy books, history books. There are a lot to choose from. Btw I'm sorry if I've made any mistakes writing this (I'm not a native speaker). Good luck and stay positive! <3
Aliyah N.
I recommend Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass. It is a very heart wrenching book that really make you feel the horror of slavery.
Zozo V.
Umm i recomend 5am club by robin sharma it helps wake up early helps to get yourself organized and know more about habits💙
Rayan X.
I would recommend the book, Radium Girls. It is about girls who lip-point paint brushes while painting with radium paint! They die long, painful deaths as they find out radium is actually a poison!
Andrea Z.
It's really depends on what you're interested in, so I can't give you many answers. However, it might be better to start with something shorter so it's easier to finish. It might be good to just browse In a local library or look at some ebooks. You could also ask your family if they have any ideas.
M C.
Joyland by Stephen King. It's a wonderful supernatural (yet deeply human and touching) investigative mystery (not a horror story) – an old man reminiscing about his year off college working for an amusement park where something terrible happened years before. I read it in one sitting.
Jay Q.
Stephen Fry’s Mythos (even better if you get the audiobook), Anita Diamant’s The Red Tent, Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird and Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime are books I’ve reread this year because I remember enjoying them so much in the past. Turns out I still do. Originally I read them all as physical books, but this time I had gotten the audiobook read by the authors for Mythos and Born a Crime and I enjoyed them even more because I could hear the exact way the authors wanted their words conveyed.
Heinz G Nter R.
The Harry Potter saga is marvelous. Is one of my favorites things to read. My favorites books are the third one (Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban), the fourth one (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), and the last one, the sixth one (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows). Besides this, if you don’t like magic and this kind of stuff, and you would like to read something more romantic I fully recommend Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. This story is about a family that live on the “countryside” part of England, in the XX century I think. This family is formed by 5 daughters, so is a bit messy, but the older ones are the ones that have the opportunity of bringing fortune to the family by marrying a rich man. While one of this girls it is pretty, and easily attracted by men, the other one is more of a reader, with a temperamental character, but soon as he meets someone, her and his life will change.
Ianthe Z.
I have been really into Japanese books lately, so I would recommend ‘before the coffee gets cold’ or ‘the cat and the city’.
Caroline C.
I'm not a book worm and i don't read much books… I have read a book named "who are you?! " and i love the content in than ❤ Worth to read
Jason Y.
I’ve recently got into reading I haven’t reed any English books yet!! But I’ve ordered 2 online to start, right now I’m only reading in Spanish .
Onat P.
Lykee! A book that gives us a clear understanding of what determines a person's happiness, and stuns us with its visuals.
Dave P.
I think you should read Think and Grow Rich
By Napoleon Hill.
It's a great book indeed, it contains a lot of great facts and ideas that we face in our real life. So you should read that book.
Mikkel Y.
Me personally think that even if you're at your 50s just read the book that will bring you so much joy. So i think that no matter how much older i grt i will still be obsessed with fairy tales wich contains so many imaginery scenes.♡
Ticiana S.
I am a fan of Horror books and I am reading THE ASYLUMM by medaleine roux. If you are not interested in horror then maybe you could read LOST IN THE PACIFIC based on real life but expressed with photos and quotes. I hope you like the above.
Kevin S.
If you like to read fantasy I would recommend the cruel prince . You can get it at Barnes and nobles. If you like more sad story’s They both die at the end .
Priyal F.
Read in the Bible Psalms or Proverbs or Matthew Mark Luke or John about the life of Jesus. The New Testament is about Jesus and letters of Paul and Peter and John wrote Revelations.
Lilou S.
I can suggest thousand of book that left a trace in my soul, but if I have to suggest one particular book today, it would be Il Male Degli Avi by Giorgia Staiano.
Being Italian myself I read it in Italian and I don't know if it was translated, but still you should check it.
It's a fantasy post-apocalyptic novel amazingly written and not too long. It can be seen as a coming of age book too because you can see the main character psychological growth through this journey he has to have. It's not like common post-apocalyptic mainstream novel because it's all centered in the emotion field. It shows the importance of all the emotions and how they are necessary to owr soul.
100% recomended.
Elin J.
I would recommend the book “the power of now” it is a book that makes you think about all the things you are actually doing and being aware of these things for example walking up the stairs you don’t think to much about it but when reading this book you start to think about the small things and you see the world in a whole new perspective
Mara X.
I recommend you to read the book “the power of now” by Eckhardt Tolle. It really helped me live more in the moment, reflect my own feelings and actions and live more mindful.
Saonli N.
The Guernsey literary and potato peel pie society

Why? Because the writing is warm and breezy. Because it’s old school. Because it’s a heart warming tale expressed in letters. Because it’s a feel good book.

Jesus Y.
It would depend on what kind of books you like 🤔
I really like the Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children series by Ransom Riggs
Or the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare is another good series.
I also really liked “Room by Emma Donoghue”
Or Asylum by Madeleine Roux
Tessa N.
I would recommend Fahrenheit 451 because it is a dystopian book that makes you think about society and appreciate how you live today. If you want an easier read I would recommend Ebola Holmes because it’s a good mystery and very entertaining.
Karolka N.
The book of joy – Dalaï Lama and Desmond Tutu talking about life. It’s an uplifting read that forces you to revalue your own way of thinking, your relationships and attitude.
陳雅筠 N.
I am reading a book called The Compound Effect, which I believe is very helpful to pursue effective life and productivity. Also, the paragraphs are short and neat so you won’t easily get bored and you can always stop at the middle without influencing your experience of reading.
Nishi E.
The book it ends with us is one of my all time favourite romance novels but I would also recommend the book one of us is lying it was the book that first got me into reading
Brianna G.
Atomic Habits! Helps explain the science behind building positive habits and breaking negative ones. A great companion to the Fabulous app!
Phil F.
Loving What is. By Byron Katie. I've read it about 4 times… I actually use the audio book because her voice is full of peace and compassion
Bill Z.
A Heart In A Body In The World. About a girl named Annabelle who suffers from severe PTSD. Flashbacks cause her to feel like the only way she can overcome her obstacles and horrible memories of the past is to run across the entire country and back. Along the way she meets people who not only save her from the torture of her mind, but give her a reason to keep trying and show her that pain doesn't last forever.
Sadia N.
I will recommend Two books….first one is Enjoy your life which is about
How you can behave beautifully with different people as everyone nature is different so we should talk with them according to their interest …and How we can Enjoy our love by changing
Our thinking…..by Changes Perspective about other….it is just amazing book……..and second one is 5 second Rule by Mel Robin ..Which boost your self confidence ….which help you to take action quickly.
Wuggie E.
If you're looking for fiction Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë, but if you're looking for more of a spiritual journey and a self help book, I would recommend delving deeply into The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Richard Risso and Russ Hudson. Hope this helps!
Gabi N.
What book would I recommend? That’s a trick question, I would recommend most books I’ve read. If you’re looking for a calm reading before bed, I would recommend “the little prince” or “the hug therapy book”/2”, I keep them besides my bed and read them to relax. If you’re looking for some psychological horror, my favorite book series(which sadly isn’t famous) is “Asylum” the series, it’s creepy, and once you start reading you can’t stop. I remember I found this book in a library in a really small city in Brazil called “Lençóis Paulista”, where part of my family comes from, I started reading it there, and I HAD to buy it and keep on reading, I couldn’t stop thinking about the book, until now it’s my favorite book. If you want to feel a lot of emotions, be scared and overwhelmed, I really recommend “bird box” and “a house at the bottom of a lake”. Yes, I love psychological horror, horror and mystery. Talking about mystery, any books from Agatha Christie are amazing, her writing and the incredible complex plot just holds you hostage to the book. I can’t say I’ve read many love stories, maybe two or so, but I do recall a super lovey dove enemies to lovers book, “red, white and royal blue”, such a cute book, I was swooning the whole time. Oh and I almost forgot, I love complex stories (if you haven’t noticed), that being said I have other two recommendations. First, “lés miserables”, the most dramatic drama I’ve read, honestly I had to read it three times to comprehend the story, that’s how complex it is, but it’s one of the best books I’ve read, a true classic. Lastly, a different one, it’s a manga recommendation, it’s a single manga (meaning it’s only one book, not a series), it’s called “HAL”, it’s simple, and you don’t understand it at first, but once you get it(after reading it 5 times), it blows your mind, nowadays I also keep it besides my bed to read it to relax, it’s a great book honestly, great drawing, great plot. Oh also(I promise that’s the last last one), I just started reading “the throne of glass series”, there are 8 books, I’m still on the first one but I’m already amused, it might became something I’d recommend:). Well I think that’s all. Sorry for the long long text 😀
Madhav I.
I have just started to read it but still I would recommend to read'Eat that Frog'.Its a pretty nice book though I have not read much but still I have heard many people appreciate this book.It tells how to be consistent,beat procrastination and be disciplined.
You can also read 'Wings of Fire 'from APJ Abdul Kalam Sir.
Hope you were benefitted from this answer.
Aaron A.
Harry Potter: its a long series and you can spend a long time on it. Afterwards you cam watch the movies. I loved it and still love it.

You can also read Anne Frank, she lived while the second world war and it gives you a vision of how it was for some people.

Priyal F.
That depends on what you like, perhaps it's an obvious answer, but start looking for things you like. If you ever found a book interesting, follow that same genre or author, you'll find something.
Erica P.
I love all the series written by Rick Riordan so I would definitely recommend that. Oh and the Harry Potter books are quite good too. But if u love some more crime stuff you should read the crime series by Steve Cavanaugh
Kimyeon V.
I don't necessarily have a "recommendation", because I can't pick between my favourites, but I really think books about mythology are entertaining! Maybe it's because I like Japanese mythology so much, so I'm biased, but still~
Waltraud U.
A Lot: The Visitation by Frank Peretti, This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti, Piercing The Darkness by Frank Peretti, Chronicles of Narnia: Series, The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin, Number The Stars by Lois Lowry, I Would Leave Me If I Could by Halsey, Finding Quiet by Jamie Grace… and Endling The Last by Katherine Applegate.
Olivia E.
well right now i’m reading it ends with us by colleen hoover, there were so many people saying wonderful things I had to give it a shot myself and I LOVE IT.

One of my favorite books is the book called summer of 69’. it’s based in nantucket and narrates through the lives of a family that has suffered and lost. it’s a very sweet book and I wish I could read it for the first time again.

Ian O.
I would definitely recommend that you read the series called Warriors. I think it's a very nice time to read about the cats in the forest. The positive thing about this series is that there are a lot of books in it, in case you would like it!
Theresa O.
Probably Percy Jackson, it’s my favorite book series that I’ve read so far. I love the adventure, thrill, and their is even a love aspect. Everybody loves the main couple. Definitely a must read.
Sandra Z.
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Even if you don't feel you need to tidy it can give a new perspective on keeping things for best and why that's actually not a good idea.
Neil F.
I really enjoyed pride and prejudice. Even though it's a classic, it's not boring at all, and the protagonist is a strong and intelligent character. I recommend it.
Samantha Z.
I just finished Song of Achilles. If you like mythology and you want to get immersed in another world, I highly recommend it.
Kayli N.
I would recommend Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. I loved this book but you may not like it depending on the genres you like. You should also read The List by Siobhan Vivian, but I should warn you there are some curse words in that one.
Rica Q.
I love the Percy Jackson books, (not movies), and pretty much anything else Rick Riordan wrote, especiely the Heroes of olympus. I also recommand the Dork Diaries, Tale of Magic and
Lam O.
Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins. The struggles and mental power that this man endures and push through slapped me across the face and made me realize that I have not been putting 100% into everything I do. I can and will get back on track to work towards my goals.
Laura T.
The Unbearable Lightness of Being – this book showed me different perspectives of life, world, relationships and pasing of time. It has great metaphors, story and also philosophy. In addition it talks about sad history of my country, therefor reading it was very moving for me personally.
Adri U.
Definitely something from a fantasy or sci-fi genre. It's wonderful because you can run away from your problems and reality and you can hide in a new story. For example The Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Potter series, Witcher or LoTR.
Dwight J.
I like to read story books about adventures and some kind of fantasy worlds. And I also like to read books about comedy 😹 too.
Don E.
we should hang out some time is my favorite romance book. it’s probably one of my favorite books ever. the author is also my favorite his name is josh sundquist and i’ve read almost all of his book sand loved his more recent ones.
Brent F.
I would recommend you read any book that comes from the bluford series. I have already read three of the books. I will probably go back and read them again because of how good they are and the overall messages that are in them. I also like how all of the books are connected to each other which makes them all the more interesting.
Destiny N.
I highly recommend for you to read Tell the Wolves I’m Home written by Carol Rifka Brunte. It’s a fiction book about love, grief, and renewal as two lonely people become the unlikeliest of friends and find that sometimes you don’t know you’ve lost someone until you’ve found them.
Luna Y.
I recommend a couple of books. ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte, ‘Illusions of Fate’ and ‘The Chaos of Stars’ by Kiersten White and ‘The Song of Achilles’ by Madeline Miller. 🙂 hope that helped 💙
Lia W.
Ummm ,I recommend the power of habits because this book really motivated me I have learned a lot ,so I recommend this book
Arnold X.
I enjoy anything written by Steve Berry. I find his character development and plots thought provoking and historically accurate
Alexis P.
I just started this new series. The first book is called Shatter Me. It’s a fantasy and romance book. i never thought i would read one like this but i’m currently into the third book of the series. it’s so good.
Noortje Q.
I don't know about your hobbies and interessions but I think you can read a book what wons a peize or something else. Read some books about different things, so you can find out. Gr<3
Erwan S.
My favourite book is Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson. It’s a historical fantasy with magical books and demons and rolling fields. It makes me want to run through tall grasses in long, floaty dresses and lie in the sun reading of adventures.
Nelly E.
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. It's about reaching and having all the things you want. If you don't have, this book would guide you
Roger Z.
I would recommend Six Crimson Cranes. It's a beautiful fantasy YA novel. It has great Asian representation and the author is Asian as well.
Lee T.
Depending on what you like, but i personally like horror books/mangas. Like Toyko Ghoul. But I also like the boy in Striped pajamas.
Pappu X.
Broken hope,blossming from zero & knight are some books on wattpad which i love.i usually like to read romance books mostly gay.pride and prejudice is also i book i have i love it
Deborah U.
I really enjoyed reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, it is a beautifully written historical fiction that you will be unable to put down. You easily fall in love with the characters and the plot is consistently interesting, this book gives you a different perspective of the lives of German children during WW2.
Jane Y.
Some books I like are 13 reasons why, stop surviving start fighting, we were liars, Eleanor and Park, five feet apart, the fault in our stars, all the bright places and the best books are read are by Jane Lee, Horror the wedding and my favorite, cancern attack. Please read my fave! I promise you won't regret it!
Patr Cia P.
Pachinko. I was just talking about it. It’s a story about several generations of this Korean family living throughout the second war, immigrating to Japan and relearning how to live. It has romance, suspense and everything. It’s brilliant.
Theodore Z.
Anything by Elena Ferrante. She explores the female psyche profoundly and tells stories about how women relate to their surroundings, their family and their self-image
Anthony Z.
Meet Me In The Bathroom, by Lizzy Goodman. Great oral history of the NYC garage rock revival scene of the early 2000's, where the writing style and pacing itself encapsulates the feeling of the actual moment in that time
Valentina O.
Red sister by Mark Lawrence is so far really good! Also, a decent amount of Terry Pratchett books are also good. Small Gods, The Night Watch, Hogfather, Clay Feet, Lords and Ladies, and Carpe Jugularum are all good ones to start with
Christian N.
Ikigai will be a good book to start with. It depicts the secret to long and happy life.
Think like a monk is also a good book to read to overcome negativity and overthinking and live a peaceful life.
Manass S C.
Crank by Ellen Hopkins. It’s a sequel to glass which is a sequel to fallout. I haven’t finished fallout yet, but so far so good. These books have changed maybe perspective on a lot of things in a positive way which makes me feel good inside. The fact that I took something away from these books I mean.
Karl Dieter F.
Oh gosh. Anything by V. E. Schwab. Anything by Max Gladstone. Anything by Elizabeth Bear. Erin Morgenstern's books. Diana Abu-Jaber's books. Anythomg that sinks its hooks into you and doesn't let go.
Ka S Q.
The Plague from the autor Albert Camus, witch allow us to think about the actual momento se are living, and about the vulnerability of the human life
Ruth G.
Tuesdays with Morrie – the book is sad but gives you very important lessons for a fulfilling life!
Little Women – this book makes you laugh, cry, sad, happy, everything and I adore it!
Chris U.
Hi! I would recomend "The cronicles of Narnia" or perhaps "The school of good and bad". I am into fantasy mostly so these would me my choices. But not everyone has the same taste, so there's that. Hope this helps at least a little bit.
Rebecca S.
I like fantasy and action so I recommend the whole series of Percy Jackson. I found the books interesting and also the movies.
Jiri F.
I'm currently reading Norwegian Wood by Murakami!! Even though I'm only 4 chapters in, so far I find the plot to be quite interesting and it puts me in a melancholy mood. Not to mention, his writing style is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l which makes the story a lot more fascinating whenever i read it. I would definitely recommend this book if you have no clue on what to read next 🙂
Marzena Y.
The Selection is a great book that anyone who loves drama, romance, royalty, and suspense should read. It’s like the TV show The Bachelor “royalty addition” with some Hunger Games vibes.
Gretel A.
“Atomic Habits” by James Clear or “Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy. Both coincide with creating routines and habits. Like the Fabulous app, they talk about the importance of starting with smaller habits to build a huge change in your life.
Mj Q.
𝐈 𝐚𝐜𝐭𝐮𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐡𝐚𝐯𝐞 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝 𝐚 𝐥𝐨𝐭 𝐨𝐟 𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐈 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐦 𝐨𝐧𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐲 𝐰𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐠𝐨𝐨𝐝. 𝐈 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝 𝐨𝐧 𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐩𝐚𝐝 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐈 𝐜𝐚𝐧'𝐭 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐭 𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐠𝐨𝐨𝐝 𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤𝐬 𝐈'𝐯𝐞 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝 𝐛𝐮𝐭 𝐈 𝐝𝐨 𝐤𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐚 𝐥𝐨𝐭 𝐨𝐟 𝐠𝐨𝐨𝐝 𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤𝐬 𝐢𝐧 𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐩𝐚𝐝.
Abel T.
A good book that I am currently reading is two from the heart by James Paterson it’s a two story in one and it’s obviously a romantic story
Mackenzie X.
If you are younger I recommend “ivy and bean” series and if you are a teen I recommend “chicken soup for the teenage soul” if you are middle age or older a Harry Potter book would be really good cause it would make you imagine what’s happening because of the good descriptions even if your younger you could read Harry Potter! Hope this helps! Have a good
Klodyn Z.
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood. …
The Silver Pigs by Lindsey Davis. …
The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert. …
Five-Carat Soul by James McBride. …
1984 by George Orwell. …
The Alice Network by Kate Quinn.
Marciele N.
There's so many books, but the book that I'm reading right now is highly recommended, it's the 7 habits of highly effective people
Elmo N.
I am into ubran fiction// non-fiction.! It helps me excape my reality at times.! Or give me a better light to a situation.! No matter what it is.!
Louka P.
I personally love reading, but I would say some of my favorites are definitely Verity(it has it all), the trilogy of the hunger games(heavier read but totally worth it), the selection for some young adult love dystopia and a good girl's guide to murder, including good girl, bad blood.
Pl Cido P.
I just started to re-read the Harry Potter series. So, Harry Potter. If that is not something you are into then Hatchet or Alabama Moon.
Ava Y.
I would recommend (if you like war books) boy in the striped pjamas.If you like more befriends /middle school Dork dairy and diary of a wimpy kid ^^
Roger Q.
A book I would recommend reading is 100% FALL. And by the same author TWO WOLVES. Fall is just great in my opinion because the suspense in it is amazing and of course it’s a mystery novel. There is so so many plot twists in it as with two wolves and it gives you motivation to keep ready because you want to know what’s going to happen.
Jana U.
I like the book of 7 habits of highly effective teenagers because it helped me to build habits and to transform in a better way
Benjamin Y.
Totto-chan and Le Petit Prince. Both are very charming books, unique and bizarre, yet very real and has interesting point of view for life.
Fayona Z.
I would definitely recommend the Harry Potter books if you haven’t yet read them but I haven’t read too many books recently. I prefer audio books
Sandra R.
I enjoy reading history. One of my favorite historical novels is "Clan of the Cave Bear" and the rest of the series. The story line is interesting plus it includes details about how to do or make. I keep a copy in my survival supplies.

Another good life skills book is "Running With the Wolves". It takes the fairy tales back to the original version the explains the lessons it was intended to teach. It's from thepoint of view of the wild woman archetype yet my sons enjoyed it too.

Kianna S.
I just finished not a happy family by Shari lapena. All of her books are good. Now I’m reading it ends with us by Colleen Hoover. So far so good
Edin Ia E.
I recommend the book called willow. It is about a girl who is getting hooked into a boy named jake, little does she know he is with the wrong crowd and becomes toxic. She goes on a healthy clean start with her life leaving him in Florida. This book is impowering and I loved reading it. It makes me feel that people out there are going through relatable situations. This has been my favorite book ever!
Natalie F.
I read everything from kids books, to self help books. I love to go to my local library, there are always GREAT recommendations there. Currently I am reading the Chronicles of Narnia. The red queen series is good and so are the Percy Jackson books. I also found that biographies and little advice books are great to read before bed!
Alexia C.
Atomic Habits by James Clear. This book is about breaking bad habits and creating better ones that work for you. He gives you informations about how our habits create our identities and that how when we want to change a habit of ours, we have to stop looking at the outcome and start looking at who we want to become then the outcome will follow. He also gives other helpful information along the way.
Summer G.
picture of dorian gray, i feel this book allowed me to explore the effects of beauty and being self aware of how others perceive you to be beautiful through our main character dorian
Ivo F.
My current favourite book is Ugly love by Colleen Hoover but a good self-development one is Something to smile about by Zig Ziglar.
Samantha W.
I love read fantasy like Sarah J.Maas, Christopher Paolini or Victoria Aveyard. The books just take you away from the real world somewhere where I really enjoy to be.
Karen M.Mc.Manus written books are really good too. They are more murder mystery kind of books, but I like them. Kierra Cass writes princess books and they are obsessing. Kerstin Gier written books are exellent to read before going to bes, cause they are not too scary.
Atomic habits was good too. It had some really silly information but it was still really good.

I hope you are having a great day!

Luv u<3

Kirk U.
Mystery:"The bat" Jo Nesbo
Romance :"Jane Eyre" Charlotte Bronte
Classics:"The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" Robert Luis Stevenson
Have fun reading :)!
Allison G.
I would definitely recommend these books:
Romance: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
Greek Mythology: Heroes of Olympus series
Grace P.
I dont usually read book cuz i get bored while reading the first chapter i like to read blogs and websites where i can get important information for my daily life
I would like to read more quran and islamic books
Aquira Q.
Opal Plumstead by Jacqueline Wilson, it really depends on what you feel like reading right now, but I just recommend this book generally. It made me shed a tear or two because of the unfairness and other stuff (I don't wanna spoil anything lmao) but this was a good read (atleast for me)
Happy reading ^^♡
Rebecca P.
So depending on your taste in topics for fantasy I would suggest unwinding series by Neal S. There are audiobooks of the series everywhere. If you are more into health one I just started is called Body Book by Cameron Diaz. Honor among thieves by Jeffery archer is good too. So is the Stephany plum series by Janet Evanovich is good too. So is the Throne of Glass series but I need to catch up on those. It all depends on preferences cause I like strong female leads and also the unexpected heros
Lindsay O.
Two books stand out immediately. I can’t suggest just one. One is The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. You’ve likely heard of it, if not already read it. The other is The Way of the Wizard, by Deepak Chopra. You’ve likely heard of Chopra, but probably not this book. It found me in a mysterious way. Maybe it’s finding you too.
Madelein W.
A book that I recommend to read is A Wrinkle in Time, there are many different versions of this story and I enjoy the plot. I like the graphic novel version the best, mostly because it’s the only one I have read, the original novel is just a chapter book novel, and the second novel is based on the Disney movie. I have never seen the movie, but I think it might be as great as the graphic novel.
Ubirani Z.
"La matematica è politica", Chiara Valerio. È un saggio che analizza come lo studio della matematica aiuti ad esercitare la democrazia, il pensiero critico e a smantellare il principio dell'auctoritas, ancora presente nella cultura di massa. L'autrice è una matematica e scrittrice, lavora da anni nell'editoria e, in parte, nella divulgazione. Il libro è piuttosto breve, ma scritto in modo appassionato ed appassionante, con una scrittura lucida è critica. È poi fonte di interessanti spunti di riflessione su temi d'attualità: d'altronde la politica è sempre attuale e ci riguarda sempre da vicino.
Un altro libro potrebbe essere "il più grande uomo scimmia del Pleistocene", Lewis. È un romanzo anacronistico, quasi satirico e tanto comico. L'ho letto parecchi anni fa, ha rivoluzionato il mio rapporto con la lettura, intensificandolo. Dovrei rileggerlo con gli occhi di adesso. Lo consiglio vivamente.
Lenny F.
One of my favourite’s book to start with is : The Leader who had not title , written by Robin Sharma. Is one of the most amazing motivational ways to transform our lives 🌺💕🙏🏻
Corey T.
Depends on what you're into. For scifi and fantasy I can recommend Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. They have a very unique style. If you prefer a more generic style, I can really recommend the dreampark books.
Deanna Y.
I'm actually making a list "my notebook of noteable books" and right now it contains four books: Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas, 1984 by George Orwell, The Dispossessed by Ursula LeGuin and To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Destiny T.
I would recommend you to read the book "The Amish Mother." An amish girl who's is a widower and has 7 seven children falls for her brother in law.
Paolo F.
I really enjoy the book ‘What Alice Forgot’ by Liane Moriarty. Every time I reread it I find something new to love. It’s a whirlwind of emotions from beginning to end and I feel like I can connect with the story personally.
Emily E.
My favourite book to date is currently One Day by David Nicholls. The relationship between the two main characters reminded me of one of my own but the plot twist had me heartbroken – it was beautifully, beautifully written.
Dean G.
Everybody has a different taste in books and novels. For me personally I love adventure and magic with a hint of drama so my favourite book series is the six of crows written by Leigh Bardugo and other books by the author hope this helps
Nathalie A.
Rich dad poor dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki is a really good book if you are interested in finance, Ugly Love – Colleen Hoover is a really good love and drama book (and one of my favourites despite hating most romance books) and Maybe you should talk to someone – Lori Gottlieb is a book exploring the therapy world and shows how therapists think, its really compelling!
Hope you will like at least one of these 😁
Marina Z.
Well i am from greece and i mainly read greek books, however i would recommend you the tedx book(the official one) and also a book that i have been reading which is in greek but the original one in english called a brief history of the human from Yuval noah harari. I hope you read them they are truly amazing!! Have a nice day
Yurena J.
I recommend “21 lessons for 21th century “ by Harari
It gives you a noble perspective about what’s going on the world, what has happened and what will. Besides points out some simple but hard to notice facts about we humans
Laur Nio C.
what every BODY is saying?
Author:joe navarro
This book is amazing it'll teach u body language.
And if u prefer fictional books try to read sherlock holmes it's very cool too.
Makaylyn X.
Winning the war in your mind is a great book creating a wonderful time to think about your life and what goes in it definitely recommend it to anyone over the age of 15
Elliot F.
A physical journal is what ai prefer most. It makes me feel more engaged with what I am writing and the emotions involved.
Loli B.
If you like learning about philosophy from the daily coaching stories from Fabulous, I’d recommend reading Sophie‘s World by Joachim Gartner. I have read it several times since I received it as a 15th birthday present many years ago. It’s fiction, but it’s a wonderful introduction to philosophical ideas and how to apply them to your own life. It’s also a book that changes with your perspective on life, so each time I read it it seems different.
Lizzel N.
Its kotlc for me. Kotlc means keeper of the lost cities, the best serise i ever read. Keep in mind its a long time commitment (the seirise has nine books and ten is coming soon) still, the best thing ever
Cari C.
I read murder mystery and romanace novels. Deborah Sharp is good. So is Sylvia Day. Alice Claymore is good too. I love reading and am always on the lookout for new things to read.
Karen Z.
Mindset by Dr. Carol Dweck. I'm about half way through it and it's facinating. A real insight into how and why people do the things they do and how best to achieve your goals.
James F.
Big horror fan here! Right now reading "Survivor Song" by Paul Tremblay. Liked a lot of his books so far do definitely worth a read
Josh X.
Depends on the genre. If you like classics, Pride & Prejudice or Emma (both by Jane Austen). If you like more contemporary action/adventure, the Dresden Files series by Jik Butcher. If you're looking for something surreal, Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut.
Umii N.
"Atomic habits" by James Clear.
Reading this book along with this app is incredible like you are reading about how to be consistent and how to build and organize your habits and then this app literally keep you on that track…. 100% recommended
Zella E.
The Phantom of the Opera because it has quite a few twists and turns which are very cool and some are sad. So if you're into this type of books you should read The Phantom of the Opera.
Daisy S.
I would recommend you to read Atomic habits by James Clear it is basically a book which tells you how to build good habits and break the bad ones but if you want to read something fun then read the Harry Potter series.I personally liked it very much.It is both suitable for adults and children so it's upto you ,which book you want to read……Hope this helps ❤️
Nat X.
Honestly I'd definitely recommend any books made by John Greene, like 'the fault in our stars', 'paper towns', and you can find the rest yourself. I'd also recommend 'they both die at the end' it's really good!
Anna Maria E.
It depends on who you are and what you like. I personally like murders and traveling and mystery genres so my top two books are The Hunger Games and Northern lights.
Nu A X.
I would reccomend Animal Farm. It is a classic and it may seem intimidating. But if you are interested in a thought-inducing read – esspecially about some politics related topics, sociaty and such…
Ukasz J.
Hi 👋🙂 I'm in the middle of reading ”The real happy pill" Anders Hansen. I would recommend it as a good read and decent knowledge 👍
Deusa T.
For the moment I am reading a book from Marc Levy a French Novel writer. The book name is La prochaine fois (literally Next time in English 😊). I really like this writer, the stories are so touching, so beautifully tell and most importantly you will wish to live in the story, to be one of the Characters, to explore their world. Just before this one, I read from the same author Et si c’était vrai ( this one is a masterpiece as well). I also read some English book like the institute of Stephen King a good one as well although it made me feel sad because the story is on kids so. I will be able to provide some more book titles in the future as the message is becoming quite long 🤣
Hans Ulrich F.
I recommend any book written by James Patterson. His books are amazing and super engaging and keeps you on your toes wanting more!!
Aiden Q.
I recommend you to read the biography books. We can look and admire people who have accomplished something in their life from afar, but we have no idea how they came to this level and what they compromised. Biography books inspire people. It surprises. Effects.
Guerra T.
At this point, the book I liked reading the most was that of writer Matt Haig – "The midnight library". If you could choose the best life to live, what would you do?
Amy F.
I love fantasy and historical biographies so there is always a pile of books in my to read file in that genre. Sophie's world by jostein Gardner will be my recommendation.
Athay E.
Is really don't know what you would like. But from the genres I engage with, I honestly thing 48 laws of power is a great book. Being an ir major, I really found it mind blowing how the past events replicate themselves in modern day life and how we can leverage power off it.
Terezinha C.
Can’t hurt me by David goggins because it shows you what mankind is capable of and you can reach wherever you want without luck or talent
Autumn F.
Song of Achilles. I haven’t gotten over it and it has been months since I finished. And I haven’t finished a book on my own in years.
Ruby U.
There are many great books out there. But, my personal favorite series of books is Warriors. It is a book series about cat clans that are longed at war. I recommend reading them, they're a very fun and productive book series.
Donato G.
I would recommend Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan they are about Greek mythology it's great try reading that for a week and once you start reading it you'll absolutely love it!!:)
Victoria G.
I would recommend for anyone interested in mysterious books and secret societies to read "Series of Unfortunate Events" It has great meaning and very interesting
Khadija Q.
Before I Go To Sleep. A page turner, thrilling, mysterious, ambiguous but at the right amount. The end is very worth it. I wish I could re-read it.
Priyal F.
Recently I Read conversations with Friends from Sally Rooney. This a light Read to relax after a Day or on your commute to work. An absolute beautiful book is a dutch book from Stefaan Degand, called Met Mila gaat alles goed en ik klungel lekker verder. About loss and life.
It S W.
I have a few really good ones.
There’s a book by John Green that is called “An Abundance of Katherines” and its really funny kinda nerd but super funny😂. And then for a more romance novel there is, “A court of thorns and roses” by Sarah J. Maas
Violet J.
Depends on what type of genre you like. I like all genres pretty much, but these are my suggestions
Historical fiction: Moon over manifest
Dystopian: The Testing (book series), Brave New Girl (series of 2)
Adventure: Black Stallion
Nonfiction: basically anything on National Geographic
Fantasy: Harry Potter (series), Shadow and Bone (series), Percy Jackson (series)
Lauren P.
I am currently reading at phase deception and so far I really am enjoying it it took me a couple days to get back into the habit of reading but this morning I woke up and 100 pages flew by like nothing that’s when you really know that you have a good book in your hand
Teresa A.
I personally like to read non fiction but i also do occasionally read fiction. Most of my nonfictions are self help books or like books that discuss about civilization/human nature etc etc or history. For my giction preferences, i like to read fictions that almost can pass as no fiction with adventures & thriller. But overall how i pick my books are probably based on how the book narration clicked with my mental language. Cuz if its too heavy, i might not be able to enjoy them as much. So does if its too light, i might finish it way too fast and forget i ever read them.
Alfred F.
I don’t read often but I recommend the “Chaos Walking” trilogy by Patrick Ness. I watched the movie and now I’m reading the books and they’re very good. It’s written in a very different way then normal books. It’s fun to read and has a rollercoaster of emotions and suspense. It can definitely get a little gorey but that’s up to your imagination. It’s more of an action book. If you’re more into romance, I don’t recommend it. It does contain friendship and good lessons. It’s definitely a book I wouldn’t be able to stop reading but I have to because of how busy I am!
Stephen F.
If you’re looking for a non fiction book I suggest the women in the picture, if you’re looking for a fiction book I’m currently reading the Seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo and it’s really good!
Tamara B.
I am now reading a dutch book ( because i'm dutch) and it's called : allemaal willen we de hemel. and it's about the second world war.
Alexandra Y.
The Alanna series by Tamara Pierce was so inspirational to me as a young girl and it was so fun revisiting the series as an adult.
Lee J.
for me, i have a lot of brilliant books to recommend, but one of the great books that really interests me is "i know who you are" by alice feeney. to be honest, it's a bit twisted but i feel that i can relate to it because it tells a story of a girl or woman having to wear a personality that isn't really her. i found this book in the library when they were displaying some books for haloween. "i know who you are" is brilliantly written so i suggest you find it immediately and read it. (tw: contains mentions of rape and abuse)
Vivian Y.
I’ve been wanting to learn more about the Stoics so I’m reading Meditations by Marcus Aurelius (translated by Gregory Hays-supposedly one of the easiest to read translations out there!)
Kathryn O.
A Very Large Expanse of Sea:
i feel that this is a great book because it really makes you reflect and focuses on two world problems. plus a little romance isn’t to bad 🙂
Hunter P.
Mindset by Carol Dweck is a great book. Its about self-reflection – deep reflection and study of self. It will make you question why you do things you do and discover why you operated that way. You will undersrand yourself and others more. You will be encouraged, annoyed and amused. You will be full of hope of what you can do with what you have now. I wish I had read it earlier.
Omar G.
As an Egyptian I usually read Arabic books although I'm interested in history so I suggest a book that talks about Egypt history that calls the makrizy margins by Salah issa
Michelle O.
Right now I’m reading a non fiction book called Succulent Wild Woman by Sark. It’s very empowering. It’s a quick read with not a lot of “fluff” straight to the point. Almost feels like your reading her diary. Very colourful.
April Z.
The book I will always recommend to everyone is the Ego is Enemy. This book will help you a lot for your understanding your ego and on how can your ego affect you, the society and your loved-ones. It will nurture your self to know the differences
Alix I.
i would recommend “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”. This is my favourite book and it i feel so close to this book. This is my comfort book
Terezka N.
I would recommend a series of three books. They all are from one writer- Morris Glaitzeman
1. Book- once
2. Book-then
3. Book-after
I love ‘em all!
(But maybe they are just for kids around 8-13 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ but idk it rlly interested me)
The book series is about ww2. It’s rlly sad series but u should read it it’s rlly good! (Not native English speaker so sorry very much for any mistakes in my sentences)
C Lia Y.
I would recommend the solitaire mystery it's a beautiful book and I love the way it flows so effortlessly and the ending is beautiful
Dimitra C.
My favourite book is Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott. I like this book because it has a touch of romantic as well as adventurous content. It's a really nice book especially for beginner readers
Edeltraut A.
The Shatter me series (by tahereh mafi) are my favorite, just like Throne of Glass (by Sarah j. Maas) I would also recommend reading Taylor Jenkins Reid books, my favourite is Daisy Jones and The six!!
Bj Rn T.
Mathew F.
the 4 tolteques agreements because it explains how we make our own life difficult and how we can simplify it with just 4 little principles
Shelly O.
Pride and Prejudice. A court of thorn and roses. For romance. Throne of glass. The Witcher series. Six of Crows. For adventure.
Melissa C.
Well it may depend on what you really want. I recently read Song of Achilles which was a great book for me personally. Some others books I liked was "Thin Ice" by the Irene Hannon, "Ink heart " by Cornelia Funk, "Stepping on the Cracks" by Mary Hahn.
Nino E.
If you want to build new habits, I recommend you "the compound effect" written by Warren Buffett.
This book will change your mind.
Good lock
Pankaj X.
Hii! I don't know which is my favorite book actually, but I love "the secret garden" by Frances hodgson burnett, have a good day,bye!
Kelly Z.
I just finished The House in the Cerulean Sea and HIGHLY recommend it, especially if you like reading feel-good fantasy. If you want something more contemporary, I recommend anything by John Green.
Heather P.
Pick something that really interests you personally. Something you know you'll get through because it's what you like, doesn't matter if it's fiction or non-fiction, just as long as it is what you like.

Me personally, I love military, crime & SciFi stories, so I try & pick from these genre's that I know will be hard to put down.

Lino P.
I Read a lot so there a many books I recommend… It depends on what you like I guess. I, personally Would recommend; "The Chronicals Of Narnia" series by C.S. Lewis, "This Present Darkness" and "This Piercing Darkness" by Frank Peretti, "The Westing Game" by Ellen Raskin, "Number The Stars" by Lois Lowry, and finally "Finding Quiet" by Jamie Grace. Hope This Helps…🤗
Poppy Z.
Hi my favourite book at the moment is good vibes good life. I feel like it’s changed my life! It talks about how you can change your negative vibrations into positive ones. It explains what can give you low vibrations and why. Give it a read!
Kevin Z.
Keeper of the Lost Cities!! Seriously try reading the entire series and you’ll get hooked on it!!! BEST FANTASY SERIES EVER!!!!!!!!!
M Line Z.
"The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens" by Sean Covey. Or "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" if you are older 🙂
Bobbie L.
Definitely Goodnight Mr Tom it teaches you to be more appreciative and if you have any issues not to be afraid to talk to someone about them:)
Carla P.
Oh, it’s such a hard question for me, so many books that I love… There is one, quite easy and enjoyable to read that should be a good start called “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho.
Shadow T.
It depends on what sort of book you're looking for. If you're looking for books about personal-development then I just you read The Power Of Now, Ikigai, 10x, Atomic Habits etc.
Kania J.
I currently love micro-fiction. If you're looking for a quick read, perhaps try Love, or Something Like Love by O Thiam Chin or People from My Neighborhood my Hiromi Kawakami.
Esmeraldo T.
The book I am currently reading is called summer at forsaken lake. I'm not too far into it, but so far it's very interesting especially since I'm a city girl reading about the country life which sounds very nice to me! 🙂
Angie S.
I'm currently reading "Shout" by Laurie Halse Anderson and so far, its a great read. It's a sequel so I recommend reading "Speak" before going into it.