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Our September Collection Is Here: Best Books Of The Month!

Written by Nancy Agrahari
September is here and we can’t wait to share our favorite collection with you. We all know how important books are for us, right? Books are a significant part of the life of an avid reader. Be it motivational, paranormal, fiction or that juicy erotica! Each one of these books has a significant role in our life.
I love how reading takes us to a different world. It changes our whole demeanor as a person. I think the fact that reading has such a control over our heart and soul is absolutely incredible. So, this month our team of super talented readers decided to pick a book to read and after a lot of discussions, we picked “The Thousand Splendid Suns by the renowned author Khaled Hosseini and it was INCREDIBLE!
Though I have personally read it a dozen times, I couldn’t just get over it. One of my favorite quote from the book is “Like a compass needle that points north, a man’s accusing finger always finds a womanAlways.”  (We suggest you read it if you haven’t already)
So, keeping our reading fiesta in mind, we bring to you the fresh September Collection. This month, the world of books has brought us its finest collection. From the real Khalid Hosseini to the incredible Heather Won Tesoriero, this months edit will move, change and inspire you! Buy or steal them from a friend, these books are a Must have!
1. Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs

 

 

This book is a first-hand experience in the world of Steve Jobs and his daughter Lisa Brennan. The book will take you inside the culture that not only created but nurtured genius himself and the life of the people around him. His daughter, Lisa Jobs has done an incredible job on the clarity of her life with her father Steve Jobs.

2. The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker

Okay, this book is amazing! Written by the Man Booker Prize-winning author Pat Barker, the book is beyond the narratives of the great war heroes of Greece. This time the book is from the perspective of Briseis, the Princess of Lyrnessus who was captured and forced into sexual slavery.

3. Sea Prayer by Khalid Hosseini

We won’t deny how excited we were when we heard that a new book was on its way by the incredible Khalid Hosseini. (Okay, we might just be a tad-bit bias for him, but we suggest you read his books and let his words change your world.) So, coming back to his new book, the Sea Prayer is actually a poem inspired by Alan Kurdi, the 3-year-old Syrian boy whose body washed ashore in Turkey.

Sea Prayer is devastatingly beautiful and a must read!

4. Washington Black by Esi Edugyan

The book by Esi Edugyan is a follow-up of her Man Booker Prize-finalist novel Half-Blood Blues. After reading the book you will see the world of slavery and freedom, friendship and betrayal in a whole different light.

5. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

This book will shake you. The author Hank Green has done an incredible job in his pursuit of the bad world of Social Media. This book through a woman takes you to the fame of Social Media and the world behind it.

We hope that you read and love these books the same way we do. Do tell us which one is your favorite and if we missed any.  Happy Reading 🙂

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