Friendships That Will Melt Your Heart

“Good friends, online good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, online good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, mind good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, try ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, online good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, mind good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, try ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, healing good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, online good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, mind good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, try ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, healing good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, viagra 40mg good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
      For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, online good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, mind good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, try ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, healing good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, viagra 40mg good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
      For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, approved good books, buy information pills and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, sildenafil ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
       For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
  And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, online good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, mind good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, try ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, healing good books, viagra and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, viagra 40mg good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
      For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

“Good friends, approved good books, buy information pills and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ? Mark Twain

Every book that has ever been written has been done so with a purpose. A purpose to evoke emotions, sildenafil ignite curiosity and edify you. It's unfortunate that not everyone is bitten by the 'book-bug'.  But there are certain textual masterpieces that nobody, not even a non-reader, should ever miss the pleasure of having read. So, here are a few books that you have to get your hands on and devour them like your life depends on it. For the love of all that's precious, just do it:

Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance

Zen and the art
       For every fact there is an infinity of hypotheses.

No. This book is not solely about motorcycles just like how every Salman Khan movie is not only about him. O wait it is only about him, but you get my point. The book is  a beautiful amalgamation of philosophy, values, relationships, and so much more. Pirsig will make you re-evaluate yourself, and plant a seed of wanderlust deep inside your soul. I am not saying that the book will help you attain Zen instantly (Not Maggi you know), but it'll definitely illuminate the path towards it.

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

The perks
  And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

Everybody feels alone and insecure (Unless you are Dan Bilzerian, of course). It is what makes us human and yet we treat it like a stigma. This book humanizes the feeling of isolation and loneliness and makes the concept of being an outcast relatable. The story is intricately woven around a high school loner, who has a secret suppressed deep within him. It’s heart-breaking and warm at the same time, and I don’t know how that’s possible.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

dear-mr.-henshaw
I am sort of medium...I guess you could call me the mediumest boy in the class.

This is a highly underrated book. It explores the emotions of a sixth grader whose world is falling apart.  The story is narrated in a letter form where the boy is writing to his favourite author talking about his life. By the time you are done with this book, you will be happy-crying and blaming it on the onion ninjas. You cry baby!

The King In Yellow

Yellow
Books are the blessed chloroform of the mind.

If you have seen the first season of True Detective, you probably have heard the term ‘The King In Yellow’ being thrown around. Its origin is from a horror book penned by Robert Chambers. The book is a collection of ten short stories, each with its own eerie tone and narrative. It’s interestingly stitched together and hard to put down (All the best with the paranoia that ensues).

The Catcher In The Rye

catcher
Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody

It will be incriminating if I don't mention this work of art. Constant mention of it in the media goes on to show the kind of impact the book has had on pop culture. What makes this novel a must read is its characters. Salinger has conjured characters that you can't help but empathize with.  Believe me, there is no phoniness to that statement.

By the end of these books you will feel like you have found the Rabbit's Hole. I hope you take the red pill and discover for yourself a range of new worlds residing in those pages.

Camaraderie between animals from different species is very rare, see nearly as rare as KRK making an intelligent statement. Thus, cialis 40mg unusual friendship among creatures of different species makes for a sight to behold.  So my dear readers, seek be prepared to have your hearts melted like an ice-cream the love-of-your-life vehemently refused to eat. And by the love-of-your-life I mean the girl that you met an hour ago, you creep.

Bubbles the African Elephant and Bella the Black Labrador

Bella and Bubbles
P.C

They look like a superhero duo ready to protect the world from the scums of the universe.

Bea the Giraffe and Wilma the Ostrich

Bea and Wilma

P.C.

An ostrich and a giraffe defining friendship goals. Just look at these two, so cute you want to punch yourself in the face (Secretly your girlfriend wants to do the same).

Shere Khan, Baloo and Leo

Sher Khan, Baloo and Leo
P.C.

Shere Khan the tiger, Baloo the bear and Leo the lion. The trio to end all trios.

Torque the Dog and Shrek the Owl

Torque and Shrek
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Torque adopted Shrek the owl chick when he was just 6 months old himself. Look at their faces. Tell me, don't you want to cuddle them??

Mabel the Chicken and the Puppies

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For some unknown reason, a year-old chicken Mabel has taken a liking to a litter of puppies.

Fred the Labrador and Dennis the Duckling

Dennis and Fred
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Since the time Fred the Labrador rescued Dennis the duck, they have been BFFs.

Milo the Dog and Bonedigger the Lion

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Milo the dachshund took Bonedigger the lion cub under his wing. Five years later, the 500 pound lion is still cannot get enough of his best friend.

Tinni the Dog and Sniffer the Wild Fox

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Tinni the dog and Sniffer the wild fox have been thick as thieves since they met in the forests of Norway. Disney are you seeing this?? You have your new script here.

Mani the Wild Boar Piglet and Candy the Dog

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Unbelievable!! Just look at these guys hanging out. Looks like something right out of Zootopia.

Kasi the Cheetah and Mtani the Labrador

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Kasi and Mtani were raised together at Bush Gardens in the U.S. Their unusual friendship is a treat to watch.

Doesn't this just make you go all soft eh? So go punch a wall, man up, and tell your best friend what an idiot he is and high-five him on the face.

 

Bibhu Sarkar

I love orange soda.