Dork Diaries Crush Catastrophe by Rachel Renee Russell

The protagonist Nikki Maxwell’s adventures continue in this 12th instalment of the blockbuster Dork Diaries series. In the newest diary, Nikki Maxwell does a countdown to the end of the school year, and juggles some big questions about how she’ll spend her summer. In the middle of all the funny chaos she needs to make a big decision and face situations she’s never faced before.

The Art Of The Good Life by Rolf Dobelli

Are you someone who spent too long making a PowerPoint presentation or have you lost sight of what makes you happy? To answer to all such questions, the book jots down 52 intellectual shortcuts for you to think wisely and make better decisions, at home, and at work.

Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert

Told using Gilbert’s trademark wit, intelligence and compassion, the book tries to talk about the pros and cons of getting married and frankly examines questions of compatibility, infatuation, fidelity, family tradition, social expectations, divorce risks and humbling responsibilities. The author’s memoir is ultimately a clear-eyed celebration of love in the real world.

Love Story by Eric Segel

A classic love story of all times, the book is one of the most amazing romances written in the world of literature. The plot’s simplicity and subtlety, as well as its characters’ adorability is profound and there is no way, one may read it without shedding a few tears.

The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind by Dr Joseph Murphy

This book provides a step by step programme to unleash the power of your subconscious mind and discover a new you. You have the incredible potential to be whatever you desire, imagine and truly believe. By following the guidance offered here you can stop going through life as a victim of circumstances and become the master of your own destiny within a year.

The Diary Of A Domestic Diva by Shilpa Shetty Kundra

Those who find it difficult to cook food during a busy day and those who worry about the food being delicious and nutritious, must read Shilpa Shetty’s quick and hassle-free methods to do the deed in the easiest possible manner.

The Square and the Tower by Niall Ferguson

The book talks about the Second Networked Age, where computer plays the role of a printing press. It showcases the reality of the networked world and people’s lives that revolve around technology, and once the reader understands its complexities, both the past and the future, start looking very different to them.

The Midnight Line by Lee Child

Jack Reacher aimlessly strolls past a pawn shop in a small Midwestern town. What he sees through the window while strolling is a West Point class ring from 2005. The ring is tiny and a woman cadet’s graduation present to herself. The book finds out why would she give her present up.