The best thing that came out of COVID is the free time we are getting to develop skills or pursue our hobbies. We witnessed storms and harsh cold weather in Omaha during the month, so basically we made no road trips and just stayed at home. There was not much to photograph, but on the other hand good chance to get closer to this year’s reading goal (60 books). This month I read a total of 10 books out of which 4 were on Kindle and the rest were borrowed from the local library.
|1||Shanta : The Story of Rama’s Sister||Neelakantan, Anand||Kindle||Hindu Mythology||3/5|
|3||The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit||Finkel, Michael||Book||Survival story||4/5|
|6||The Nickel Boys||Whitehead, Colson||Book||Fiction||5/5|
|7||Adulthood Is a Myth (Sarah’s Scribbles, #1)||Andersen, Sarah||Book||Graphic||4/5|
|8||Chetna’s Healthy Indian: Vegetarian: Everyday veg and vegan feasts effortlessly good for you||Makan, Chetna||Book||Health & Food||2/5|
|9||A Burning||Majumdar, Megha||Book||Fiction||3/5|
|10||The Ardent Swarm||Manai, Yamen||Kindle||Fiction||4/5|
Best among all was of course “The Nickel Boys”, a story inspired by real incidents. It also won the Pulitzer prize – 2020 in Fiction.
My top 3 picks:-
- The Nickel Boys
- The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit
- The Ardent Swarm
Have you read any of the above listed? If yes, which one is your favorite?
Happy Reading! Keep Traveling !!!