There is no better therapy than reading books. And experts say reading is one of the best habits you can have. Reading makes you a better man and helps you focus more and that’s why you should read more often. If you haven’t started reading yet then font worry, you can start reading anytime.
And to start reading, all you need is a good book to read. But how would you find the best book to read when there are like gazillion books out there? Well we can’t say that there is one of few best books out of them, but we do have a list of books that are considered best by a major proportion of the population.
We have prepared a list of the best books to read like Mitch Albom books. So go ahead and take a look at the following books and choose a couple of them to read this year.
1. The Harry Potter Series
If you think the Harry Potter series is for children then you are very wrong. This is one of the most popular series in the world and whoever reads this series, has become a huge fan of Harry Potter and the magic.
The story starts with an eleven-year-old Harry who got a letter from Hogwarts and soon his life changes for good. It’s the kind of book that you have to read once in your lifetime. So go and pick up the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and start this adventure. There are seven books in the series.
2. To Kill A Mockingbird
To Kill A Mockingbird is considered a book that was ahead of its time and it’s written by Harper Lee. Harper Lee is considered one of the most influential authors of all time and he has written some of the best novels in his career till now. It was published in the 1960s and it features some of the burning issues such as race, inequality, and segregation. With all these uncomfortable truths that the author has beautifully written in this book, the book has changed the perception of so many people.
The author narrates the story through the eyes of a young girl named Jean Louise Finch. Many other characters change the perception of the lead character and help her to understand things in a better way. The character of Atticus Finch is also a role model who is determined to right all the wrongs.