Banish Quarantine Boredom With These 6 Thought-Provoking Reads
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Best Books To Read During Quarantine
What better way to spend a quarantine than with a good book? Although being stuck in our homes wouldn't be our first option, we have to do our parts to stop the spread of the coronavirus a.k.a. COVID-19. These books from Barnes & Noble will help you make the most of your self-isolation.
Reading is a great way to exercise your mind while you're cooped up inside. It's a perfect source of entertainment and knowledge at the same time. You'll adore reading these books to cure your boredom.
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1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
A modern classic, The Alchemist fuses magic, mysticism, and wisdom to tell a beautiful story of one young man's self-discovery. Santiago embarks on a quest that will bring him greater riches than he could ever imagine. Along the way, readers are enlightened of the importance of following our hearts and our dreams.
2. In Five Years by Rebecca Serle
In Five Years in an unexpected, yet unshakeable love story. When Dannie Kohan finds herself propelled five years into the future, she wakes up in a different apartment next to a different man. An hour later she returns to her present-day reality, where she's unable to ignore the future she's seen for herself.
3. Untamed by Glennon Doyle
In the format of a powerful memoir, Glennon Doyle tells an inspiring story of finding joy and peace from within. She teaches readers to break free of worldly expectations in order to listen to the voice inside of us. Only then can we learn to become brave and embrace our true selves.
4. The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley
In this mysterious novel, a group of old friends honor their tradition by ringing in the New Year together at an isolated estate in the Scottish Highlands. However, it's not long before group is caught up in a decade's worth of nostalgia as well as secret resentments. When someone winds up dead in a house full of suspects, there's no telling how this case will resolve.
5. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
Eleanor Oliphant is a woman who struggles with social skills and prefers to spend her weekends alone. However, this all changes when she meets Raymond, the IT guy who works in her office. This novel tells the miraculous story of two friends who open their hearts save each other from a life of isolation.
6. The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel
While bartending at a five-star hotel on Vancouver Island, Vincent meets the mysterious Jonathan Alkaitis whom she marries a year later. This story becomes about crisis and survival, as the author takes readers through unseen landscapes. Greed, guilt, love, delusions, ghosts, and unintended consequences are just a few of the themes that encompass this novel.
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