Here’s a list for you all to get your reading marathon started. These are few of my personal favorites and hope you all pick a few from the list.

So here we go:

  • Malice by Keigo Higashino- How much grudge can a person keep? And to what intensity he or she will go to take a revenge? Keigo Higashino also known as Japanese Stieg Larsson brings forth a story of a perfect crime. The readers will keep on wondering if our suspect is as innocent as he looks or some secret is being kept.
  • Evil under the sun by Agatha Cristie– The queen of mystery had to be mentioned again. In this Hercule Poirot mystery, Agatha Cristie once again leaves us wondering about how any of our suspects could have been a murder but Poirot as always saves the day. It’s a quick read and a page-turner.
  • The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger– Released in 1951 as a novel, written as a series first the catcher in the rye is considered as one of the best coming of an age novel. It’s an unfiltered experience of a young boy expelled from his school. Holden Caulfield is considered one of the most unpredictable characters of modern literature.
  • Bridge of clay by Markus Zusak– Once again the Australian writer proves that he is a king when it comes to portrayal of complex human emotions through words. It is a story of five brothers and how they tackle with the world post their mother’s death and father’s abandonment.
Bridge of clay
Bridge of clay
  • Turtles all the way down by John Green– Our favourite romance novelist this time came up with a beautiful coming of an age novel which addresses mental health issues in teenagers. It takes you through weird analogies and of course classic John Green quotes that make you put the book down and wonder about your existence for the next few hours.
Turtles all the way down
Turtles all the way down