Whether you’ve just turned twenty and want to up your reading game or are on the verge of thirty and looking to take in the last moments of your “best years” any of these choices would be a perfect addition to your reading list. There are certainly few books that allow a person to be realist, an idealist and of all a fundamentalist. Some of the books listed below are absolute must-reads for people in their early 20’s looking to built their knowledge and gain some critical life-long skills.
Author : George Orwell
The book contains only around 100 pages. And is very cheap to buy which is less than 1$. It is written by 46 year old dystopic genius late “George Orwell”. The book starts with about how jones was kicked out from his own farm when his animals rebelled against him. The book ends with how the farm managed by animals couldn’t sustain. “Napoleon” is an actual character in this book but an animal. This book represents life in much realistic way and will never get outdated. It deals with human emotions, jealously and politics in a story format compelled with the brilliance of Orwell.
Author : Gregory David Roberts
A story of an escaped Australian convict who takes refugee in India. It teaches you everything love, melancholy and a path of thought. It is the story of a man who tries to escape his past, only to get more deeply pulled into the world of crime and violence that he sought to escape. Gregory David Roberts is an Australian writer and Shantaram is his first novel. In fact, his book Shantaram draws a lot of inspiration from his own life.
Who Moved My Cheese
Author : Spencer Johnson
This book deals with change in your work and in your life. Spencer Johnson reveals how people can adopt to change in a positive manner. The book narrates the story of four creatures, two mice and two tiny humans who are on a hunt for cheese. This tale of four characters is the maze is similar to that of all the people who are hunting for good jobs, money, stable relationships and success. He shows as how we can successfully deals with the inevitable changes in life. Since published in 1998, the book has remained popular among readers of all ages.
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Author – Robert Kiyosaki
The book deals with the secret’s of increasing one’s financial independence and financial intelligence. He offers real life examples and relates his own story in which he had two people who influenced him the most. This book claims to teach how how to become rich without requiring a high income and take control of one’s financial future.
Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Author : Robin Sharma
This book takes us into the core of a spiritual journey that leads us to view our life from a whole new angle. The book bestows on us the key to living a great, meaningful, healthy and happy life. It became the international bestseller with more than three million copies sold worldwide.
Author : Khalid Hosseini
The kite runner is about the friendship between two young Afghani boys who eventually lose touch as a result of the war and the rising reign of the taliban. The boom gives a different view of Afghanistan and emotions of the people during the time. The book reveals the friendship and loyalty that is not lost between all the cruelty that is surrounding the characters.
How To Win Friends And Influence People
Author : Dale Carnegie
The book includes tips and techniques about improving cinversational skills, gaining new cloents, making friends quickly, and changing the way people think. This book teaches readers how to deal witb people, which is usually the biggest problem that one faces. The author provides tip on hoe to indirectly correct someone’s mistakes, and to avoid giving direct orders.
The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People
Author : Stephen R. Covey
If you want ti live a fulfilling life of success of happiness, then this book is the perfect choice for you. The book reveals seven habits of the highly effective people around us, and how we can be effective if we incorporate some of these habits. It discusses three stages of character development: dependence, independence and interdependence.
Catcher In The Rye
Author : J.D. Salinger
The book explores the themes of rebellion, independence and identity through the adventures of a teenage boy. The book promises to be an inspirational need for teenagers and adults alike who are facing or have faced similar mountains. It was originally published in 1951.
Who Will Cry When You Die
Author : Robin Sharma
For anyone seeking help to live a more enriched and free life, Sharma guides readers through a path of evocative ideas. For everyone looking for inspiration to lead a more meaningful life and seeking out newer horizons that seem far away, this book takes them on a life altering journey. This is a book for anyone who wishes to live a beautiful and fulfilled life. The book was published in 1999.