The rainy season is finally to stuck you at home, under the blanket, with nowhere to go because of the rains are at an all-time high. Pakoras with Chai is an old trend. Let’s get trendy having Chai with Books. Yes, books but let me clarify I am not talking about boring educational books.
There are some books that can add fun to your cozy rainy day. Some new, some classics and a few old, here I have listed six books that go perfectly well with a hot, steaming cup of tea.
Matilda by Roald Dahl
The book will make you lost in her struggles with her family because her family always try to tell her that a T.V. is way better than a book (as if!).
Into the Waters by Paula Hawkins
If you loved The Girl On The Train, this new thriller by Paula Hawkins is going to keep you hooked. It’s a story of a small community and the mysterious way where women always ended up killing themselves by jumping into the waters.
Chocolat by Joanne Harris
The book is for an Easter Chocolate Festival, and the hazards, during the forty days of Lent that the smell of freshly baked goodies essentially.
The best way to kill an otherwise boring rainy day at home is read all your old Archie comics.
Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella
If you love YA (young adult) fiction this is a perfect read. Sophie Kinsella’s Audrey, to cure her social discomfort while meeting people, ends up filming everyone around her, including her brother’s best friend who, for some reason, is fascinated by her.
The Girl You Lost by Kathryn Croft
The story is about a couple who lost their child by kidnappers when she was six months old.
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