what books do you recommend?

Mads Y.
Recently, I have read some pretty good books. If you want self-improvement, I recommend The 7-Habits of Highly Effective People and the book Awakening the Giant Within. For personal fiction, I really enjoyed The Hate U Give and On the Come Up. I hope this helped!
Erich S.
Just finish reading “who moved my cheese?” by Dr. Spencer Johnson.
Loved the message. Very interesting and easy to read.
Abram C.
If you like fantasy books, Stormlight Archive series (very long but worth the read!) if you’re looking for a light nonfiction read, would recommend Whiskey in a Teacup. Great to listen as audiobook too!
Tiger P.
Here’s a variety of Excellent books:
The Number 1 Ladies Detective Agency series by Alexander McCall Smith
-compelling beautiful writing. Stories take place in Botswana Africa

Nevada Barr detective series takes place in National parks. book 1 in series Is “Track of the Cat”

Private eye series by Sue Grafting book titles Goe through the alphabet. 1st book is:
A is for Alibi

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Imaginative writing. Story is better than the movie

Hotel on the Corner by Jamie Ford -captivating historic novel

Excellent Non-Fiction titles
The Serengeti Rules by Sean B Carrol

The Death and Life if Monterey Bay

The Angle of Repose

The life changing magic of Tidying up by Marie Kondo

Funny / silly future world setting titles:
Off to be a Wizard series by Scott Meyer ( on-line only?)

Kenzi Y.
Now I'm reading Think and Grow Rich. It's a great book. I think it's the only book that specifies the rules for you have what you want.
Madaleno Q.
Anything with humor is good if you are just starting out. A lot of comedians are getting published on paperback in addition to their Netflix contracts.
Katelyn C.
You have to figure out what types of books you enjoy. Self help, romance, action, fantasy? Once you find a book you like, it helps to go on Amazon, search that book, and see what auto generates as similar or frequently bought together. Normally Amazon gives you the ability to read the first chapter of any book you may be interested in buying so do that to see what you might find interesting.
Sarah F.
A little life by Hanya Hanighara. The Secret History by Donna Tartt. The Door by Magda Szabo. Building a Life Worth Living by Marsha Linihan.
Mango C.
I like to read horror stories. If you are into that, pretty much anything Stephen King. If you want something more dramatic and true, try an autobiography or biography. My favorites so far are "Me" by Elton John, "Becoming Michelle Obama" by Michelle Obama, and "Bossypants" by Tina Fey. But if you are talking more about self-help/care books, I recommend "You Are A Badass" by Jen Sincero, "The Power Of Positive Thinking" by Norman Vincent Peale and finally, "You Can Heal Your Life" by Louise Hay. These are all amazing books to read.
Jimmie U.
It depends for age matters. If you are still in childhood area, read dork diaries. I used to read when I was a small child. But for grown people, I recommend the Bible. Currently I am reading that right now.
Andrea C.
The subtle of not giving a f**k will let u know that what are important in our daily life and what are not necessary to be concerned for. It lets u know which is to give a f**k and what is not.