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As they say, there is no friend as loyal as a book, and rightly so! From suspense, social issues, family problems to love stories… we at POPxo have prepared a list of books for every kinda girl. So awaken the reader in you and grab your choice of book before the year ends! Here are some of the must read books this year!
Mrs Funnybones by Twinkle Khanna
Twinkle Khanna’s book makes for the perfect travel buddy. Written with light-hearted humour, Twinkle talks about her own life with her husband, kids and her mother. This hilarious yet sarcastic take on her own life will surely leave you giggling.
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy
This is the story that takes you on a journey across the Indian sub-continent through the eyes of a transgender called Anjum. Be prepared to feel a concoction of emotions. It’s Arundhati Roy’s finest and of course, what else do you expect from such a prolific writer.
Goodbye, Vitamin by Rachel Khong
Things take an unexpected turn when the protagonist decides to move back in with her parents and things turn out to be quite different haywire. It is an interesting read to experience Ruth dealing with her father’s dementia, mother’s creative cooking skills and so much more!
Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
A fan of Sherlock Holmes and all that is full of suspense and mystery? Then this book is a definite read for you. Let this story be the new thriller blockbuster in your life. And if you’re smart enough you might crack the mystery before the book actually ends.
No Other World by Rahul Mehta
Rahul Mehta’s new book features an Indian gay boy living in rural New York, struggling with taboos and discord in his own family life, while trying to adjust in a whole new country in the United States.
We Are Never Meeting In Real Life by Samantha Irby
Let this book tickle your funny bone as you glide through the collection feeling excitement, laughter, empathy… all at the same time. Besides, this book has essays that have been written in a very relatable and fun way, making a light read you wouldn't want to miss.
Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami
This collection of short tales written by the internationally renowned writer, Haruki Murakami talk about men who don’t have women in their lives. It is a mix of simple, eccentric and slightly unrealistic stories. Set in contrasting themes, Murakami’s sense of portrayal and style of writing is sure to strike a chord!
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
This is a cute love story about Indian teenagers whose marriage has been arranged by their parents. Skip the rom coms and read this oh-so-adorable book instead.
The Windfall by Diksha Basu
This book is based on Mr. and Mrs. Jha’s transition into the upper class NCR life. This novel centers around the transformation. The questions and situations they face as they come to terms with their new life.
A Crown Of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi
If you are all about butterflies and rainbows, then this the book for you! In this story you will find it all, a young princess, a tragedy, an enemy and lots and lots of drama.
Go read them all!