What to read in June?
Read, read, read. If you ran out of ideas, here are a few suggestions what to read.
It’s an interesting book based on the true story. The author comes from Australia and after escaping from prison, he manager to hide in India. He describes his life there and how from a tourist he became an important player in the mafia world.
Some people love it, some people hate it. I found this book very interesting and was enchanted by the poetic style of the author.
An absolute bestseller that revolutionized the lives of millions of people. On one of his seminars Robert told a story when a young woman who wanted to be a writer asked him, what she should do to become a best-selling author. Robert answered: ‘Take some selling lessons’. The woman didn’t listen and her books are still not known anywhere.
This book makes you change the idea about finances and how to manage your life. It’s a must!
3. Haroun and the Sea of Stories & Luka and the Fire of Life by Salman Rushdie
Two amazing stories dedicated to the sons of the author. Written like children stories they are appropriate for any age readers. I especially love how Rushdie included video game in the second of the novels.
4. Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larson
Find out why this series became one of the biggest phenomenon of last years.
5. The Old Man and The Sea by Ernest Hemingway
One of the most famous books of all times. Many people say it’s the worst book they’ve ever read, but they must be ignorants. Even if you’re not a fan, there’s a reason why this book is so well known, so read it once more and pay attention why this book is such a marvel. The story of an old fisherman and his dream is unbelievable and touching.
PS. Hemingway had a rule that he’d write 500 words a day, every single day. Probably that’s why he became such a great writer. That’s an example we should look at.