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Even the best book, if read when you’re not in the mood for it, could feel uninspired. But if you can match a book with the perfect mood, you’re on to a great adventure. Here are a few books to match the way you feel…
When you want to be inspired, shaken and surprised, read… “We are all completely beside ourselves”. Do not read any reviews of this book, and I mean it – here even the tiniest of spoilers is going to truly spoil the book. You’re in for one of your biggest adventures as a reader, believe me.
When you want to get lost, or feel lonely, read… “The wander society”. It’s magical, unconventional – in the sense that it’s not going to tell you what you expect from it – and inspiring a creative spark.
When you feel like you’re failing and want to make better decisions, read… “The art of thinking clearly”. It’s a non-fiction book that collects all the cognitive biases you, I and everybody else has. Reading it will help you to think clear and make good choices in any situation, personal or professional.
When you’re in for a twisted, dark story, read… “Sharp objects”. Gillian Flynn became famous for her novel “Gone Girl”, but she has two other ones that are just as good, do believe me about it – and “Sharp object” is a great one. Just as twisted and dark as her most popular one.
When you’re feeling down and need a pick me up, read… “The help” – well, that is if you haven’t seen the movie, since it was quite popular. This book is one that can really boost your mood and make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
When you’re in the mood for something great, but can’t find the best title, read… “This is not the end of the book”. Umberto Eco and Jean-Claude Carriere are at their finest while conversing with each other, and the book is one that will inspire you to want to read more, think more, and love more books.