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The Good Book: Reading the Bible with Mind and Heart by Peter J. GomesIt is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine, cyclically regurgitate every 27 years a dark and abject entity, infecting the city with hate, feeding on the fear of people or directly some people flesh-and-blood. It is an adventure novel. Seven clumsy kids band together after a tragedy. They have in common a pretty unhappy life.
10 new good books to read
Looking for the best books to read? Although having the time to sink your teeth into a great novel and escape the real world might feel like a fantasy, it doesn't have to be. Set aside ten minutes a day and grab one of these new good book s with a cup of tea. You're welcome. Dawn O'Porter's new novel taps into the comparison traps we all fall into. While her three protagonists - Beth, Lauren and Ruby - seem to have it all on the surface, things aren't quite so perfect behind the scenes, and it only takes one shocking event for the truth to unravel.
I. Start Here: The Best Books of All-Time
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The page is a reading list sharing the best books to read in various categories based on many hours of reading and research. I only list the best books to read in each category. You can be sure that each one is fantastic and will be worth your time. Want to keep things simple? For many of the nonfiction books I read, I publish my personal notes and write a three sentence summary of the main ideas in the book. You can read all of these notes on my book summaries page. I use a simple process to read a lot of books.
Plus, reading has been shown to help us better understand and interact with other people , keep our brains sharp, expand our world views and grow as individuals, Green says. And some people are just more interested in one type of story romance , for instance versus another thriller , she adds. Regardless of the specific volumes that suck you in the most, here are just some of the things that can happen when you get lost in a novel. Reading makes us think and feel in new and different ways, explains Keith Oatley, PhD, professor emeritus in the department of applied psychology and human development at University of Toronto. Back in , Oatley and his colleagues found that after reading one of two different versions of the same story — one an original piece of fiction and the other a retelling of the same story written in a non-fiction style — participants who read fiction changed in their personality traits more than those who read the non-fiction version of the story, and reported feeling higher levels of emotions. Reading can give us a sense of belongingness that we all instinctively want as human beings, according to Green.