MY MAY READING LIST

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Hello everyone! Hope you all are doing well. Now that I`m on my holidays from college, I can read as many books as I like. So, today I decided to share my May reading list with you guys.

1.  THE WEDDING BY NICHOLAS SPARKS:

To be honest, I have already read this book. I had ordered it online and it arrived a little early then I accepted. Anyway this book is the sequel of The Notebook. I love The Notebook, it is one of my favorite book. This one is kinda meh… Not bad, but not that good either. It is a good read if you need a little break from life and need to read a sweet romantic novel.

WILSON LEWIS HAS ALWAYS FOUND IT DIFFICULT TO EXPRESS HIS EMOTIONS. NOW, WITH HIS THIRTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY APPROACHING, HE CONFRONTS THE FACT THAT HE AND HIS WIFE JANE HAVE GROWN APART… AND HE WONDERS IF SHE EVEN LOVES HIM ANY MORE.

2. ELEVEN MINUTES BY PAULO COELHO:

I`m reading this book and I have only reach the middle. It is a interesting book and I haven`t been able to put it down. It might give a perspective on certain things that we think  differently about.

Eleven Minutes is the story of Maria, a young girl from a Brazilian village, whose first innocent brushes with love leave her heartbroken. At a tender age, she becomes convinced that she will never find true love, instead believing that “love is a terrible thing that will make you suffer. . . .” A chance meeting in Rio takes her to Geneva, where she dreams of finding fame and fortune. Maria’s despairing view of love is put to the test when she meets a handsome young painter. In this odyssey of self-discovery, Maria has to choose between pursuing a path of darkness—sexual pleasure for its own sake—or risking everything to find her own “inner light” and the possibility of sacred sex, sex in the context of love.

3. THE RESCUE BY NICHOLAS SPARKS:

I haven’t read this book so I can`t comment on it, so only going to share the story plot.

When confronted by raging fires or deadly accidents, volunteer fireman Taylor McAden feels compelled to take terrifying risks to save lives. But there is one leap of faith Taylor can’t bring himself to make: he can’t fall in love. For all his adult years, Taylor has sought out women who need to be rescued, women he leaves as soon as their crisis is over and the relationship starts to become truly intimate. When a raging storm hits his small Southern town, single mother Denise Holton’s car skids off the road. The young mom is with her four-year-old son Kyle, a boy with severe learning disabilities and for whom she has sacrificed everything. Taylor McAden finds her unconscious and bleeding, but does not find Kyle. When Denise wakes, the chilling truth becomes clear to both of them: Kyle is gone. During the search for Kyle, the connection between Taylor and Denise takes root. Taylor doesn’t know that this rescue will be different from all the others, demanding far more than raw physical courage. It will lead him to the possibility of his own rescue from a life lived without love and will require him to open doors to his past that were slammed shut by pain. This rescue will dare him to live life to the fullest by daring to love.

4. SALEM`S LOT BY STEPHEN KING:

Thousands of miles away from the small township of ‘Salem’s Lot, two terrified people, a man and a boy, still share the secrets of those clapboard houses and tree-lined streets. They must return to ‘Salem’s Lot for a final confrontation with the unspeakable evil that lives on in the town.

5. LONE EAGLE BY DANIELLE STEEL:

Danielle Steel’s fifty-first bestselling novel tells the story of an extraordinary man, the woman who loved him, and a bond so powerful it could never be broken. It is about finding the courage to let someone you love fly free….
The phone call came on a snowy December afternoon. Kate was certain it was Joe, the brilliant, visionary man who had been her soulmate, her driving force since the night they met, almost thirty-four years before. What she got was the one call she had never wanted, and didn’t expect.

6. THE BOOK THIEF BY MARKUS ZUSAK:

The Book Thief centers on the life of Liesel Meminger, a ten to fourteen-year-old in Germany during World War II. Liesel’s experiences are narrated by Death, who describes both the beauty and destruction of life in this era.

After her brother’s death, Liesel arrives in a distraught state at the home of her new foster parents, Hans and Rosa Hubermann. During her time there, she is exposed to the horror of the Nazi regime and struggles to find a way to the innocence of her childhood in the midst of her destructive surroundings. As the political situation in Germany deteriorates, her foster parents hide a Jewish man named Max, putting the family in danger. Hans, who has developed a close relationship with Liesel, teaches her to read in secret. Recognizing the power of writing and sharing the written word, Liesel begins to not only steal books the Nazi party is looking to destroy, but also write her own stories and share the power of language with Max.

7. CARRIE BY STEPHEN KING:

Carrie knew she should not use the terrifying power she possessed… But one night at her senior prom, Carrie was scorned and humiliated just one time too many, and in a fit of uncontrollable fury she turned her clandestine game into a weapon of horror and destruction…

8. HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD BY J.K. ROWLING AND JACK THORNE AND JOHN TIFFANY:

The story begins nineteen years after the events of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and follows Harry Potter, now a Ministry of Magic employee, and his younger son Albus Severus Potter, who is about to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

9. THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON:

It is about a London lawyer named Gabriel John Utterson who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, Dr Henry Jekyll, and the evil Edward Hyde.

10. INVASION BY ROBIN COOK:

With his finger on the pulse of the latest medical technology, Robin Cook preys on our deepest fears with uncanny skill. Now, in his most provocative thriller to date, he explores a sudden outbreak of strange new symptoms that defy diagnosis. The cause is unknown — and unknowable — because it is unlike anything humankind has ever seen .

This is my reading list. Hope these help you to form your own reading list for the month. Have a nice weekend everyone 😉

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