Books are described as the best friend of every reader. They have the potential to change our thought processes which can change our life completely. Authors write with the mindset that books could be read for years.
#1. Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
In this book, Dr Yuval Noah Harari shows the whole transition of human history and the catastrophic development of the Scientific, Cognitive, Agricultural Revolutions. He breakdowns – who we are, where we’re going, what makes us intelligent, and what makes us Sapiens.
#2. Atomic Habits – Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results
It is a must-read book for someone who wants to build habits and continue with them for the rest of their life, then this book is for you. James Clear explains that a positive change comes from the compound effect of several small decisions – waking up 10 minutes early, exercising for 15 minutes a day, or doing anything for a shorter period but every day. He calls it atomic habits.
#3. IKIGAI: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life
Francesc Miralles and Hector García co-authored this book where they study that as per Japanese people, every person has a reason to jump out of their bed every morning. It’s their IKIGAI that does it. This book will give you life-changing tools to discover your personal IKIGAI.
#4. Rich Dad Poor Dad
We all know how money is essential to lead a good life. But do we know how to use it or invest it to get higher returns? In this book, Robert Kiyosaki shares his personal experiences with the world, comparing the money mindset of his rich dad and poor dad. The rich dad here is Robert’s friend’s father, who started as a small businessman and ended up becoming a wealthy man, whereas the poor dad, i.e. Robert’s dad is a teacher at a school who doesn’t know how to invest money.
#5. A Brief History Of Time: From Big Bang To Black Holes
One of the top bestseller books to read in 2022 is this book written by Stephen Hawking. He emphasises whether there was a beginning to the time or could time run backwards and if the universe is infinite, or does it have boundaries. He also reviews theories of the cosmos from Einstein, Newton and other great scientists.
#6. A Thousand Splendid Suns
This book is one of the best novels to read by Khaled Hosseini. The story highlights Mariam, a fifteen-year-old girl who is sent to Kabul to marry Rasheed. Almost 20 years later, a friendship develops between Mariam and Laila- a local teenager, in nature as a mother and daughter relationship. When the Taliban took over, life became a hopeless battle against hunger, cruelty and dread. However, love guides them to devastate the obstacles with incredible heroism.
#7. I Am Malala
This book is written by Malala Yousafzai, emphasizing her life’s brutal incident wherein she was shot in the head by the Taliban. Through this book, she inspires young girls – the pen is mightier than the sword, i.e. education will take you places than brutality ever will. She is the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize to date.
#8. Murder on the Orient Express
If you are a murder mystery lover, you must buy this book online, written by Agatha Christie. A snow pile blocks the Orient Express in its tracks just after midnight. By the time it’s sunrises, a passenger lies dead in his compartment. Hercule Poirot, the detective, notices the murder is still on the train as there is no way out and thus starts his investigation.
#9. Life’s Amazing Secrets
In this book, Gaur Gopal Das says, “Stop goingthrough life and start growing through life.” While navigating their path through Mumbai’s terrible traffic, Gaur Gopal Das and his rich friend Harry talk and delve into ideas ranging from the human necessity to discovering one’s purpose in life and the key to eternal happiness. It is the best book to read if you want to lead a happy and purposeful life.
#10. Eat That Frog
In this book, Brian Tracy helps the readers with 21 great ways to stop procrastinating and get more done in less time. Today people don’t have enough time for everything on their to-do list. But successful individuals don’t try to do everything. They learn to concentrate on the most crucial tasks and ensure they get them done.