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Shelf Series #7

Shelf Series #7

Echoes  – Danielle Steel

A good mix of history with storytelling. Set against the backdrop of World War 1 & 2, the story follows the journey of two generations of women – a mother and her daughter- and their search for love. their journey takes them through social realities, struggle for survival, risks, separation and love but they still manage to help others and continue to believe that ‘he who saves a life saves the world’.  

A profound story of hope and life in the midst of war, death, evil and loss. the author shows that hope can still exist in the midst of trials and seemingly insurmountable circumstances. 

Shelf Series #6

For Women Only – Shaunti Feldhahn

Basically, this book is about the things men wish women knew about them. The author goes on to explain them in all of the chapters and they include but not limited to the following. Men want respect. Sometimes, Men are insecure too. Naturally, men feel the mental burden to provide. Just in case you doubted this, men want sex. Men are visual and they care about your looks, even if they do not admit it. Men are also romantic but sometimes do not show this part of them because they are scared of rejection or failure. In all, it is a great read for anyone trying to understand the men in her life better.

Shelf Series # 5

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving  A F*ck – Mark Manson.

The aim of the book is to help the reader to think a bit more clearly about what they choose to prioritize as important in their lives. In fact, the book is less about ‘not giving a fck’ and more about what is worth giving a fck about. the author tells us that having problems is a good thing; only that we have to decide on what kind of problems we choose to have. The book is a very humorous one and not your typical self-help book. It is more of a self-evaluation book. It is not rocket science, it doesn’t tell us of new worlds unknown to us. Rather it informs you about what you already know in simple words that would make you see things from a panoramic perspective. 


Which of the books have you read and how much did you like/not like it? I just completed the one by Mark Manson last night and I had a great time reading and good laughs in between. 

Which would you love to read? Holla, in the comment section. I might be able to help you out.

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