10 Top Books that should definitely make it to a mans personal library – must reads 2017

 

Every book-lover has to admit, books are the most fantastical escapades away from reality. Reading is invigorating in all senses of the word, the remarkable lands, the grand setting; the relative characters all have the magic to spin around you a captivating tale until you are have tangled all your worries and gruesome reality in it.

You don`t have to be a Hermione Granger or even Lisa Simpson, you just have to be “well-read” with “worthy” books. In the age of Kindle, a well read man is deemed intensely attractive. A superior level of intellect that is acquired through good books is sexy and charismatic all at once.
However tastes in books differs with every gentleman, you may not like the book that is being raved about on every reading forum so here we are….We have selectively put together a list of must reads for every man….

[ALL THE BOOKS ARE CLICKABLE LINKS]

1.RICH DAD POOR DAD

 

“The love of money is the root of all evil.”

This book explores the significance of “financial literacy” and “undaunted entrepreneurship”. It has all the philosophy relating to wealth and financial success. A must read for comprehending the investing scenario and for the liberty of your financial goals.

2. THINK AND GROW RICH

 

“More gold had been mined from the mind of men than the earth itself”

Think and grow Rich is reckoned as a cult classic by many for its effectively written style and timeless principles. Napolean Hill`s preaching to achieve “success” are very realistic. The most surprising part of the book is Hill does not necessarily emphasize on financial richness, he is equally concerned with spiritual and social richness. An overall success we all have only dreamt having.

3. HOW TO WIN FRIENDS & INFLUENCE PEOPLE

 

“Don’t be afraid of enemies who attack you. Be afraid of the friends who flatter you.”

Our bonds with people around us especially in business are the most herculean to maintain. This bestseller lays down some fundamental ground rules in dealing with people. It gives effective key points in snippets to understand the entire working of relationships.

4.

“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.”

This staple classic creates a distinct line between what is right and what is wrong. It portrays a society that has conveniently forgotten how to read its moral compass. Ethics moralities are all components of this tale which has a strong message for standing up for the right even if the stakes are really high.

5.

“There is always something left to love.”

This book has been written on an epic scale with broadly universal themes. It follows the magically realist style of writing in which Gabriel Garcia Marquez pioneered in.

It feels as though you are rising up from a dream as this novel unfolds. It deals with solitude, faith, loss, disaster and the inevitability of time.

6.

“Be yourself; no base imitator of another, but your best self.”

In this essay, the author asserts that each person can achieve his greatest genius by hearing his intuitive voice. It is a simple and pure philosophy and is proved life-altering to anyone who`s life extensively based on philosophical ideals.

7.

Men are always more worried of their bike`s health than their own and this book is targeted to those car and bike fanatics. The Better Man Project is overflowing with fresh ideas on crucial topics of manhood, finance, sexual intimacy, grooming and fashion skills.

It contains concise plans and DIY projects to help you achieve better health, more happiness and lets you bask in the glory of being a man.

8.

“I hope you aren’t holding an ice cream cone against your chest, ’cause your heart just warmed—and your ice cream just melted.”

This New York best seller is a fresh and hilarious take on the “modern romance” scenario. Acclaimed standup comedian Aziz Ansari has some interesting insights about dating in this technology obsessed times.

If you enjoy the blend of humour and romance this is a treasure read for you!

9.

“I hope she’ll be a fool — that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.”

The great Gatsby follows a beautifully flawed yet engaging character Gatsby who represents an entire age and whole class within him. The book addresses the universal issue of never ending human way and an inevitable solitude filled ending. Fitzgerald has beautifully penned this piece making it one of the best works in literary arsenal.

10.

“People are always ruining things for you.”

The catcher in the rye is a highly thought-provoking novel resonating with youth and teenagers while they transfigure their life from childhood into adolescence.

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