March Book Haul

Do you like buying new books? If you’re a reader, I think I know the answer. But the problem is how to come across new kinds of books and know about them before buying them. Worry no more! My book haul posts will help you out.

In today’s post, find out some books which I have got.

  1. From Tiggie, With Love by Nitin Sharma

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Sarika is a journalist who has lately felt bad about her current professional status. Then she gets a golden opportunity to interview a very famous entrepreneur of India – Rehaan Dutt. While she is very excited about this, her husband has started acting weird. Some eavesdropping added to that issue. And now Sarika is headed to India to find out the secrets her husband has been hiding.

The book is interesting from the very beginning. Something I feel is very important for me to continue reading these days. This is the first book of this Chandigarh- based author and till now, I am getting very good vibes from this book. The dormant state by

2. The Dormant State by Dibya Satpathy

the dormant state by dibya satpathy

This is an excellent political fiction novel. It’s about a guy named Aniruddh and how he comes from a normal middle-class family and ends up being a very powerful person in the state of Odisha. With delicious writing style, awesome twists and turns and an amazing plot, this book became my favorite right from the page 1. I think it’s book none of my friends should skip reading. Not at all.

3. The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling:

This book was sent to me by Paper Boat. Yes, the brand that makes delicious drinks. Comment below with which is your favorite paper boat drink.

Okay so this is a classic and it’s about Mowgli. Do I need to say anything else? Like really?

  1. Songs of the mist by Shashi:

I just got this novel today and I will also review this on my channel. It’s a part of a trilogy and is a spiritual fiction novel. It has been written for people who feel anxiety and stress for they’re completely clueless about their life aka for people like me. I have a feeling it’s going to be somewhat like The alchemist by Paulo Coelho, can’t say much until I finish reading it.

  1. The Great Indian Diet by Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Luke Coutinho:

the great indian diet

It’s a non-fiction but before you say it’s not your type, listen! It’s an amazing book that highlights how nutritional and healthy Indian diet is. With the help of research and scientific facts, the author has nicely explained how we can stay healthy with our native Indian diet and I think being healthy is something we all need. IT’s book which you should read and everyone in your family must read. I know a lot of you hate non-fictions but try this one! You will thank me later.New moon by

5. New moon by Stephanie Meyer:

It’s the second part of twilight series. I really liked the first book and I am eagerly waiting to get started with the second part of this vampire novel.

6. The Mortal Instruments and Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare:

These are total 9 books. Brand new and I didn’t a single penny for these. How did I get these then? Well, I visited my home in Punjab a couple of days back and I blackmailed my cousin to bring these books from me. He has had these on his shelf for a year and never touched any of the books. So, I got these for myself. They’re currently on my bookshelf at home and will soon pay a visit to Delhi 😉

That’s it. These are the books I am looking forward to read in 2016 and hence are a part of my March Book Haul. Tell me about the books you’ve bought in this year or better tweet the pictures to me using hashtag #readwithmanpreet

I hope you enjoyed watching my video and my March Book haul.

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