Books contribute to our training and development on a professional and personal level. Reading is a useful and enjoyable way to spend your free time. And when would you have more time to read than in these quarantine days? Without further ado, we present to you “Top 5 books to read during the quarantine”.
1. The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout
This book delivers to us a very interesting and deep story. Mallory is a teenage girl who grew up in a foster home with a boy named Rider. One night, Mallory was taken to the hospital because of some burns and she never came back to the foster home. The two meet four years later and fall in love with each other.
2. Serotonin by Michel Houellebecq
Serotonin is a story about solitude, longing and individual suffering. Florent-Claude Labrouste has a normal life but he suffers from depression. During his treatment, he runs away from Paris, from social life, and from his friends. This book shows us the real face of depression and how much harm it can cause us.
3. The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint – Exupery
Even though it seems like a children’s book, it is also for adults. It reminds us of what truly matters and what doesn’t in life. This book is about the meeting between an aviator and a boy from another planet, who happens to be visiting Earth.
4. Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan
Archer’s Voice is about the meeting of a girl, who has terrifying memories, with a boy, who believes that love is the key to his healing and freedom. It’s a touching novel about suffering, destiny, and love.
5. Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay
Sarah’s Key presents a real story from French history. Sarah is a Jewish girl who is arrested alongside her parents but before she was arrested, she locked her brother in a closet. Julia is an American journalist who lives in France. She has to write about Vel’d’Hiv and finds a family secret that has been hidden for many years.
If you have more book suggestions to read during quarantine, feel free to share them with us in the comments.
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