Popular Books to Read in 2016
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Check out our book wishlist to read this 2016 below:
The Feelgood Plan: Happier, Healthier and Slimmer in 15 Minutes a Day by Dalton Wong and Kate Faithfull-Williams
It's time to get back on track in terms of fitness and health with "The Feelgood Plan: Happier, Healthier and Slimmer in 15 Minutes a Day" by authors Dalton Wong and Kate Faithfull-Williams. If you’re looking to burn the Christmas fats off your hips, then this book is the perfect choice to read. It is filled with so many positive ideas such as setting your goals right just by doing some 15-minute workouts per day. Dalton and Kate's simple and easy-to-grasp fitness tips will surely change your body and mind.
What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Seuss
Treat your kids to something delightfully entertaining by reading this Dr. Seuss' "What Pet Should I Get?" book. Sometimes, kids find it hard to decide on their own, but Dr. Seuss pens a novel that's all about decision-making with a classic childhood twist via a pet story. Trust that this picture book is going to be a favourite amongst your little ones.
This is Happening: Redesigning Mindfulness For Our Very Modern Lives by Rohan Gunatillake
Are you leading a very busy life? "This Is Happening: Redesigning Mindfulness For Our Very Modern Lives” by Rohan Gunatillake will give you an eye-opener for the minute things you take for granted that’ll surely redefine your modern way of living. The book has over sixty practical exercises designed with a mobile approach to fit your busy and hectic lifestyle.
The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k by Sarah Knight
According to Sarah Knight, it's time to stop pleasing everybody and give yourself some worth. "The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k" is a good read if you’ve been underwhelmed, stressed out or overworked in life. Sarah shares the simple method of not saying sorry that'll help you spend your time on things that truly matter more.
The Narrow Door: A Memoir of Friendship by Paul Lisicky
Time to give a fresher take on romance this 2016. “The Narrow Door: A Memoir of Friendship” as written by Paul Lisicky is a compelling novel of loving and losing. But just like any other adversity, the two characters in the book will learn that amidst the adversities -- natural disasters and all -- they come back stronger in life and in love.
How to be Single by Liz Tuccillo
How does one face and triumph the single life? Liz Tuccillo narrates the fun (but often dreaded) whirlwind life of single people in the form of Julie, her main character in the book, “How to be Single”. Quitting your job and traveling around the world might seem a little too scary and disadvantageous, but Liz pens a novel that will surely open your hearts to the possibilities of “what ifs” while still single. The book’s film adaptation is coming out this year, too!
The Finest Hours by Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman
Time to get inspired with Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman’s “The Finest Hours”. Based on a true story of one of the most daring coast guard sea rescues of all time, the book will give you a real glimpse into the dangerous realms of nature and how bravery can literally save a soul. Chris Pine stars in the book's film adaptation.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith
What happens when classics meets brain-eating species? A "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" novel by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. Set in a seemingly quiet English village of Meryton, the fiesty heroine in the form of Elizabeth Bennet is out to defend her town from flesh-eating corpses whilst dealing with a love affair (and swordfights). The movie might seem comedic, hilarious and all the while thrilling, but the authors surely know how to spawn a masterpiece with zombies.
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