02.02.2016

Popular books to read for free

Below is a compilation of the best selling and popular latest Indian Books for the year 2013. Crossing generations and continents, moving from Kabul, to Paris, to San Francisco, to the Greek island of Tinos, with profound wisdom, depth, insight and compassion, Khaled Hosseini writes about the bonds that define us and shape our lives, the ways that we help our loved ones in need, how the choices we make resonate through history, and how we are often surprised by the people closest to us.
Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish is the story of 25 such IIM Ahmedabad graduates who chose the rough road of entrepreneurship. In a journey that will take him across the length and breadth of ancient India, Shiva searches for the truth in a land of deadly mysteries – only to find that nothing is what it seems. In his latest book, What Young India Wants, Chetan Bhagat asks hard questions, demands answers and presents solutions for a better, more prosperous India. Chanakya’s Chant is a racy and gripping account on Chanakya, one of the greatest political strategists India has seen. Reading with your kids is proven to build healthier relationships, improve basic reading skills and entrench them in imaginary experiences. Taking the average reading speed based on the grade level appropriate for each book, we calculated how long it would take kids to tackle more than 50 popular children’s books. After picking out the reading nook, get your kids excited about reading by gifting them their own personalized storybook. Piera Jolly shares her method for setting up a mimosa bar that is perfect for a wedding or bridal shower. My daughter and I have compiled this list of clean books for teen girls to help you determine books your teen can read so you won’t have to worry about the content.
This list will be updated on a monthly basis.  My children or I have personally read each book on this list to make sure they meet our standards for a clean read. Stargirl is being made into a movie, so read the book before it hits the screen (that’s a rule at our house, if you want to see a movie of a book adaptation you have to read the book first). The new books we are adding this month include two books by Ally Carter who also wrote the The Gallagher Girls which also made the list. I highly recommend the Girl of Fire and Thorns, this book is part of a series, I haven’t had the chance to read the remaining books in the series, but I plan to soon.
All of these books are the first in a series, we’ll keep you updated if the rest of the books are as great as the first books in the series. The Gallagher Girls is one of my daughter’s favorite series, she has actually read most of these books more than once. I’m so excited to read Just One Day and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is on my list too!
Wow I have to agree this year was especially tough narrowing it down to 10 favourite reads, I may have cheated a little and added a few at the bottom like you too ?? Shatter Me made it to my list too, it’s not usually the type of book I pick up, but I loved it! I have a few of these, but I’ve only read Every Day, Sky is Everywhere (one of my favorites ever!), and Statistical. All the books on your list are either books that I ADORED or books that I desperately want to read. I haven’t read *any* of these books yet, but at least 5 of them are on my to-buy list! I have yet to read all of these except Looking for Alaska, which was my least favorite by JG. I really need to read For Darkness Shows the Stars, Under the Never Sky, Tiger Lily (and another one of your recs: The Lost Girl).
If you are regular follower of Indian books, please add your comments on your preference of the best books in India this year. Abdullah and his sister Pari live with their father and step-mother in the small village of Shadbagh. Pari and Abdullah have no sense of the fate that awaits them there, for the event which unfolds will tear their lives apart; sometimes a finger must be cut to save the hand.
I had delivered a lecture Vision to Mission and the session got extended from one hour to two.
An intricately researched and elegantly written epic history peopled with larger-than-life characters, it is the work of a major scholar at the peak of his abilities. The story changes track as it narrates the tale of Gangasagar Mishra, the reincarnation of Chanakya, in parallel. Not to mention, it’s a great way to share in the enjoyment of your favorite childhood books.


From literary classics like The Velveteen Rabbit and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to 21st century favorites like Harry Potter, use this to help you figure out how long storytime needs to be.
Scroll to the bottom of this graphic to see the average words per minute for all elementary school grades based on academic fluency standards. But our chart will help you try out something new and delicious by properly pairing tastes. Jones book to the clean read list.  So far all of her books we have read are clean, so you may want to check out her other titles too. Just One Day by Gayle Forman: Ok, so I know this is a 2013 release but it honestly was one of the best I read! The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson: This book was one of the most beautiful books I read this year! Wanderlove by Kirsten Hubbard: This was just such a fun contemporary that just both satiated AND stirred up the travel bug that is oh so present in my life. Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi: Holy page turner — I stayed up until 4am to read this one because WHAT IF I DIED IN MY SLEEP AND NEVER KNEW WHAT HAPPENED?? For Darkness Shows  The Stars by Diana  Peterfreund: This book was sooo unique and I just was easily transported to this world! When she's not reading you can find her doing Pilates followed by eating gelato, listening to music with oversized headphones and teaching her niece how to be as awesome as she is. I really liked The Sky is Everywhere and Shatter Me (can’t wait to read Unravel Me!!)…and a lot of the other books are on my TBR!
You have a few on here that I haven’t read yet and you’re making me want to get to them before the end of the year!! And I’ve heard so many great things about Tiger Lily, but I haven’t gotten around to reading it! And I love the fact that Wanderlove takes place in South America, so that will eventually get read as well. The Neelkanth prepares for a holy war against his true enemy, a man whose name instils dread in the fiercest of warriors. Their father, Saboor, is constantly in search of work and they struggle together through poverty and brutal winters.
The inhabitants of that period called it the land of Meluha a near perfect empire created many centuries earlier by Lord Ram, one of the greatest monarchs that ever lived. Shiva, the Tibetan immigrant who is the prophesied destroyer of evil, will not rest till he finds his demonic adversary. Unbelievable secrets will be revealed in this second book of the Shiva Trilogy, the sequel to the #1 national bestseller, The Immortals of Meluha. But when your child comes home with a reading assignment or grabs a new favorite book at the library, have you ever wondered how long it’ll take for them to finish? In fact, this series will even work for a slightly younger crowd also.  I asked my son if he was sure that teens would like them and he assured me they would.
Smith to the list, I am finding that most of her books are clean so you may want to check out more of her titles.
Smith is another author that I found that has mostly clean books, so you may want to check out her other titles as well. I read that at the beginning of the year and then this Fall I got the chance to read Through The Ever Night and OHIOHWOGPIHW it is so good. A definite surprise for me because I didn’t expect to love this one so much because I really didn’t know much about it!
Your solo novels I’ve read so far have just blown me away (totes love your collabs as well). It does start off a little slow but I had this slow burn love for this story and by the end I was just wrecked! I just can’t get enough of him and his writing and how I always THINK THINK THINK after I read his books.
Smith:  This was one of my most recent reads and well that’s what I get for already making my End of Year Book survey post because this needs to get added!! Tell me a few of your faves from this year that you think I would love and should read SOOOON!!
The only one we share is Tiger Lily (LOVELOVELOVE), but I’ve read a lot of the other ones and they were AH-MAZING.


To Adbullah, Pari, as beautiful and sweet-natured as the fairy for which she was named, is everything.
This once proud empire and its Suryavanshi rulers face severe perils as its primary river, the revered Saraswati, is slowly drying to extinction. His vengeance and the path to evil will lead him to the door of the Nagas, the serpent people. The Vasudevs – Shiva’s philosopher guides – betray his unquestioning faith as they take the aid of the dark side. In his desperation, he reaches out to the ones who have never offered any help to him: the Vayuputras. Discover the answer to these mysteries in this concluding part of the bestselling Shiva Trilogy.
More like a parent than a brother, Abdullah will do anything for her, even trading his only pair of shoes for a feather for her treasured collection.
They also face devastating terrorist attacks from the east, the land of the Chandravanshis. Even the perfect empire, Meluha is riddled with a terrible secret in Maika, the city of births.
Society sees him as a Brahmin teacher who can barely make ends meet, but he’s the reincarnation of the man who brought the fragmented subcontinent together under a single empire Chanakya. Partly because this book is so good and partly because I really slow down during this time. I suddenly feel like I need to spend the next two weeks doing nothing but reading all of these fantastic books! To make matters worse, the Chandravanshis appear to have allied with the Nagas, an ostracised and sinister race of deformed humans with astonishing martial skills. Chanakya’s Chant by Ashwin Sanghi gives its readers a look into two parallel worlds that are tied together by the intelligence of the main protagonists. You can also check out my top ten favorite new-to-me authors of 2012 or my answers to my 2012 End of Year Book Survey wherein you’ll get a bigger picture of my year in books! The only hope for the Suryavanshis is an ancient legend: When evil reaches epic proportions, when all seems lost, when it appears that your enemies have triumphed, a hero will emerge. College life is what every youngster dreams of and she also manages to get into a premier management school for her MBA. The first story is set in 340 BC, when a young Brahmin man, fueled by the death of his father, vows revenge against the king and overthrows his rule by bringing in Chandragupta Maurya, the first emperor of the Maurya Dynasty. The scene then shifts to modern day India, where Gangasagar Mishra leads his life as a nonentity until he decides to groom an ambitious girl from Kanpur into India’s prime minister. When I answered, a voice at the other end said, The prime minister wants to talk with you … Some months earlier, I had left my post as principal scientific adviser to the government of India, a Cabinet-level post, to return to teaching.
Drawn suddenly to his destiny, by duty as well as by love, will Shiva lead the Suryavanshi vengeance and destroy evil? Life has cruelly and coldly snatched that which meant the most to her and she must now fight to get it all back. It brings together details from his career and presidency that are not generally known as he speaks out for the first time on certain points of controversy.
Renowned bureaucrat and writer Shashi Tharoor released the book in Mumbai and termed it a gripping and delightful read. It is a deeply moving and inspiring account of growing up, of the power of faith and how determination and an indomitable spirit can overcome even what destiny throws at you. It offers insight not only into an extraordinary personality but also a vision of how a country with a great heritage can become great in accomplishment, skills and abilities through effort, perseverance and confidence. A tale, at its core a love-story that makes us question our beliefs about ourselves and our concept of sanity and forces us to believe that life is truly what one makes it. It is a continuing saga, above all, of a journey, individual and collective, that will take India to 2020 and beyond as a developed nation.



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