World Book Day is observed on April 23, every year. This day is also known as World Book and Copyright Day. It is celebrated to honour the phenomenal work by authors across the world. This day is another reason for you to take extra time to complete the book that you are currently reading. And, since it is already the weekend, you can spend your perfect weekend with your book and celebrate this special day.
Recently, in the pandemic, several books were published and even made it to the highly recommended books list by your friends and family. Don’t worry, if you haven’t heard about them, here we are for your help because we have and we curated a list of the latest books that one can make their next read.
We asked our fellow colleagues to recommend latest books that deserve to be the next read, and we got a list of mixed genres, from fiction to hard-hitting reality, these books caught our attention, and we hope it catches yours too.
Writers and Lovers by Lily King
This book is a 2020 novel by Lily King. Writers and Lovers revolve around an aspiring writer Casey Peabody as she struggles to move in her different phases of life amidst the grief.
The Silent Coup: A History of India’s Deep State by Josy Joseph
The title of the book states most of it but not all of it. This book is written by investigative journalist Josy Joseph and he shares the deep insights about India where no coups took place but insurgencies happened and is happening at a massive scale that makes it looks like, it is nothing less than a silent coup in India.
It Ends With Us By Colleen Hoover
This book as they say will break your heart into thousand pieces and will make you think even more deeply about love and commitment. It is written by Collen Hoover and was published in 2016. The book revolves around the life of Lily who struggles to know why can’t his partner give him the commitment.
Baa Izzat Bari by Manisha Bhalla, Dr Aleemullah Khan
This book gives the deep message of false arrests of Muslims in the country and how this rot game began and works. It is written by journalists Manisha Bhalla and Dr Aleemullah Khan.
Do Epic Shit by Ankur Warikoo
This book was released in 2021 and is a guide to help you in life. Ankur Warikoo in this book highlights how a person can help themselves and improve their habits. It also emphasises on kindness.