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How to choose a book to read?
Jul 30, 2017 12:26 AM 1659 Views
(Updated Jul 30, 2017 12:42 AM)

Many people get confused while choosing a book to read and the question arises in their mind is "How to choose a book to read?" Now answer to this question is, "It depends". It depends on many factors.


If can not read long books, start with short stories, as reading a 2 page short story is easier than reading a 200 page book.


If your English is at a beginner level, start with the books of writers like Chetan Bhagat, as there you will find comparatively simple words and sentence construction.


There are some books  which are master piece and it is said that you must read them before you die. You can easily search those books on google by typing something like "Top ten books of all time etc.


Choosing a book also depend of your purpose of reading.


Like if you are unhappy with your life or searching the meaning of the life, or want to improve the quality of your life, you should read some self help, philosophical or spiritual books.


If you want to improve your managerial skills to get success in corporate life, you should read some management books.


If you want to improve your English writing, you should read some English grammar books.


Choosing a book also depend on your interest. If you like to read fiction, read some novels or story books.


Last but last the least, no matter what genre you read, but you must read.


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