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The Five best selling books of 2016

Reading is like a conversation. All books talk. A good book makes you want to live the story. However, the great ones leave you with no option. Here is a list of the best selling books of 2016, which can provide you with great food for thought.

  1. Life Mantras by Subrata Roy

Life Mantras is an inspiring take on life that motivates the reader to fight difficulties and combat challenges in life. This book is like a spiritual teacher, which focuses on traits like honesty, genuineness and kindness. It highlights the basic truths of life that can help you to be at peace and contented with yourself. In the book, Saharasri Subrata Roy has penned down his life experiences and the way he chose to battle them. He has expressed his views eloquently as to how self-assurance maps your way to victory. The book explains life-transforming truths that can help in shaping up the reader’s life.

  1. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by Jack Thorne

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is an extension of the Potterverse of JK Rowling that garnered an overwhelming response from readers across the world. The story in the book begins nineteen years after the events of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and follows Harry Potter.

  1. Think With Me by Subrata Roy

Think With Me is Saharasri Subrata Roy’s second book. It dwells upon the major issues concerning India. The book covers an array of topics like India’s population, media, religion, education and the electoral system.

  1. Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath

The book is based on changing the way you look at yourself, for the better. It can bring about a major change in the way you look at your life and the world around you. Highlighting the strategies on applying your strengths to your everyday life, the book has helped a number of people in discovering their top five talents.

  1. I am The Mind by Deep Trivedi

Through this book, Deep Trivedi explores the psychological territory of the mind. He has focused on the wisdom to lead day-to-day life and has covered all the facets– family, business, career, etc. The book revolves around the philosophy that once a person becomes the master of his mind, he will gain acute insight into the mind of other people. Such simple yet profound philosophy is potent enough to give you an edge over others in this competitive world.

All the people who are passionate about reading might have read most of the books on this list. For all those who are yet to go through them, these five books can provide you with great food for thought and change your perception for the good.

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