Best 10 books about life

Best 10 books about life

In this world, Everyone has a specific goal or a meaning of life. Some of us want to be a  life long learner and the others just want to figure out why we are here, and what we are meant to do with our lives.

There are lots of books out there some entertain us, some give us information but there is a category with teaches us about life.

Here we have several books on our list which will give a life lesson. 

List of best books about life

The Secret

By Rhonda Byrne

The Secret is the best-selling self-help book of 2006. It has sold 30million copies and has been translated into 50 languages.

This book is based on the Law of attraction and it is gonna tell you how to believe in what you want and actually, you’ll get that because you believe in it. You can read The Secret quotes to know more about this book.

First, it was released as a film in march 2006, and later the same year as a book. 

The Alchemist

By Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist is an allegorical novel written by a Brazilian author Paulo Coelho and first published in 1988. It was originally written in the Portuguese language and after it became a widely translated bestseller book.

In this book, there is a story of an Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago. The boy wents to a journey to the pyramids of Egypt to find a worldly treasure. After getting the recurring dreams of the treasure. 

While reading readers gets lots of knowledge about life through this book. Read The Alchemist quotes to understand more about the book. 

Life of Pi 

By Yann Martel

Life of Pi is a philosophical novel by a Canadian author Yann Martel and it was published in 2001. 

In this book, A boy named Pi Patel an Indian Tamil boy from Pondicherry. He was the son of a zookeeper and had lots of knowledge about animals. He started exploring issues of spirituality from an early age.

Pi was migrating to Noth America from India with his family and at the mid of the sea their shipwrecks. Pi gets stuck in the mid of the sea in a liveaboard with a Bengal tiger, a hyena, an orangutan, and a wounded zebra.

Thinking, Fast and Slow

By Daniel Kahneman

Thinking, Fast and Slow is a best -selling book authored by Daniel Kahneman and published in 2011. This book is about the research that Kahneman conducted over decades. This book covers all three phases of his career: Cognitive bases, Prospect theory, and happiness.

Kahneman also talked about the two main part of the brain which works two provide rational and irrational data. These data can affect our personal and professional life extensively. 

The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path To Higher Creativity

By Julia Cameron

The Artist’s Way is a self-help book written by an American author Julia Cameron published in 1992. 

This book helps people who have a creative mindset and want a self-confident in harnessing their creative talents and skills.

Other than that author has tried to show a connection between artistic creativity and a spiritual connection with God.

The Power of Habit

By Charles Duhigg

The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business is written by an American author Charles Duhigg and published in 2012. 

This book is all about understanding the power of habit and how can we improve our lifestyle by changing our bad habits into good ones.

It has a systematic way to create a new and good habit. Lots of easy to understand techniques like – Finding a habit loop and change its element to create a good habit.

You can read the summary of The Power of Habit.  

The History of Love

By Nicole Krauss

The History of Love is a novel written by an American author Nicole Krauss and published in 2005. It was the author’s second novel and won the 2008 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing for fiction.

In this novel, There is a story of a boy named Leo Gursky and the love of his life, Alma. WIth pocket of adventure oceans and decades, the novel is filled with the thrill and mystery.

This book has a connection of joy and it will make you keep thinking about the characters of this book, even after finishing the book.

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