This May has been perfect for the reader in me. Even though I managed to read only 3 books, 2 of them scored a 5/5 rating, and that’s something unprecedented. With 2 books rated 5/5, I’m forced to declare both of them as the book of the month.
Twenty-Two Years To Life is one such fantastic read that echoes long after reading. The plot is based on a true story set in Middle Eastern country Gaza taking us through the lives of Palestine families amidst the war-torn Gaza due to the illegal Israeli occupation. Finally a worthy competitor for the Book of the Year 2017.
The Break-Up Clinic that deals with how today’s generation fails to handle emotional situations by taking hasty decisions like alcoholism, drug, and suicide. It has been a short, crisp and to point with a message to the readers that one can practice and live a happier life making this an excellent read.
Previous Books of the Month:
May 2017: Twenty-Two Years To Life, The Break-Up Clinic
April 2017: Introduction to the Constitution of India
March 2017: Blood in the Paradise: A tale of an impossible murder
February 2017: A Perfect Murder and Other Stories
January 2017: The Penguin History of Early India From The Origins to AD 1300 by Romila Thapar
December 2016: State vs. Amrit Kumar
November 2016: Dark Matter
October 2016: The Illuminati: The Counter Culture Revolution-From Secret Societies to Wikileaks and Anonymous
September 2016: Train to Pakistan
August 2016: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
July 2016: The Devil’s Prayer