No Regrets by Kaveree Bamzai

Today’s priorities should be reflective of tomorrow’s regrets that you don’t want.

Germany Kent

No Regrets: The Guilt-Free Women’s guide to a Good Life by Kaveree Bamzai is truly a life-saving book for women who have been caught up with the fast-moving life so much that they have forgotten to live for themselves, to take a break, to love themselves, to think of themselves before anyone else.

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I do not belong to any religion, My religion belongs to me by Aza Garcia

Enlightenment is the key to everything, and it is the key to intimacy, because it is the goal of true authenticity.

– Marianne Williamson

I do not belong to any religion, My religion belongs to me by Aza Garcia is a spiritual fiction book which introduces the idea of enlightenment and not confirming yourself to the boundaries of religion. The author has talked about this through the voice of Satya and how one doesn’t need to follow the institutionalized religion.

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1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

I can bear any pain as long as it has meaning.

As you all know I have been raving about 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami for over a month now, on my stories, twitter, or posts and why shouldn’t I?? I mean, seriously, what a piece of art it is!!! It feels like I knew these characters personally, like they were right there in front of me all this time, like the last month I had spend in 1Q84.

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Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

You must return to the present before the coffee gets cold.

Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi is set in a cafe in Tokyo. It’s been there for 100 years but this cafe doesn’t just serve coffee, it also gives the chance to travel back in time. Many believe it to be a myth but people who seek to travel back can do it only if they follow a set of particular rules.

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The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali

The past was always there, lurking in the corners, winking at you when you thought you’d moved on, hanging on to your organs from the inside.

The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali is set in the 1950s in Tehran which was fighting for its democracy and amidst all that was a girl and a boy who fell in love but unfortunately, after all the struggles they had been through they were separated just before their marriage only to meet after 60 years.

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