SO WHEN LAST DID YOU READ A GOOD BOOK ?

You know, that thing that is commonly used as a coaster for your coffee mug

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also quite handy when you need to swat that scary looking spider.

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For those fellow bookworms like myself, I don’t need to tell you how exciting and exhilarating it is to just curl up with a steaming mug of coffee, some biscuits and an excellent book, (especially on a rainy day).

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Reading does not just keep your brain alive and stimulated, it can transport you around the world without you having to move from that comfortable armchair.

When you open up a book, you open up your mind to a vast and amazing world.

I always go into a “mini depression” each time I complete an interesting book, but then the next one comes along, and I find myself searching for those biscuits and coffee once again, and a quiet place to read.

I have compiled a list of my favourite “FAVOURITES”….these reads were so good, I had to read them again….Please feel free to add your favourites…I’m always looking for something good to read.

MY TOP 10

  1. SHANTARAM – GREGORY DAVID ROBERTS
  2.  A FINE BALANCE – ROHINTON MISTRY
  3. DA VINCI CODES – DAN BROWN
  4.  A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS – KHALED HOOSEINI
  5.  THE KITE RUNNER – KHALED HOOSEINI
  6.  ANGELS AND DEMONS – DAN BROWN
  7. LIFE OF PI – YANN MARTEL
  8. THE LOST SYMBOL – DAN BROWN
  9. THE WHITE TIGER – ARAVIND ADIGA

AND NO 10 IS A PERSONAL ENDORSMENT BY MY BEST FRIEND, AND SHE HIGHLY RECOMMENDS THAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD READ THIS, AT LEAST ONCE IN HER LIFETIME.

10    WOMEN WHO LOVE TOO MUCH – ROBIN NORWOOD

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