5 must read books before the year ends

As the year draws to a close, the literary world beckons with five captivating recommendations that promise to enrich your reading experience.

5 must read books before the year ends

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As the year draws to a close, the literary world beckons with five captivating recommendations that promise to enrich your reading experience. Each book on this curated list offers a unique journey into realms of imagination, contemplation, and emotion.

These diverse and captivating books offer a range of perspectives, from the future of artificial intelligence to historical struggles and personal reflections. Choose one or explore them all to enrich your reading list before the year ends.

And the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro


Immerse yourself in this thought-provoking and emotionally resonant novel by Nobel Prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro. “Klara and the Sun” explores the implications of artificial intelligence and the essence of humanity through the eyes of an AI companion. As the year wraps up, delve into this beautifully crafted narrative that raises questions about love, consciousness, and the future.

Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir

If you’re a fan of science fiction and thrilling space adventures, “Project Hail Mary” is a must-read. Andy Weir, the author of “The Martian,” takes you on another gripping journey through space, science, and survival. Join Ryland Grace on a mission to save humanity, filled with humor, ingenuity, and unexpected twists. It’s a page-turner that will keep you hooked until the very end.

Mindful Marketing by Zebra Learn

ZebraLearn, a new-age publishing company, has joined forces with Rajesh Srinivasan, a contemporary marketing strategy consultant and author, to launch a first-of-its-kind cartoon book ‘Mindful Marketing’ designed to master modern marketing. This innovative book features a series of pocket cartoons and frameworks accompanied by insightful commentary from the author, Rajesh. The book applies a lens of humour and thoughtfulness to spotlight prevailing practices that impede organizations in the realms of marketing, branding, culture, and more.

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah, known for her powerful storytelling, delivers another compelling historical fiction novel set during the Great Depression. “The Four Winds” follows the journey of a woman named Elsa as she faces the challenges of poverty, dust storms, and societal expectations. This poignant tale explores resilience, love, and the strength of the human spirit, making it a timely and impactful read.

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

As the year comes to a close, take a moment to reflect on life’s choices with “The Midnight Library” by Matt Haig. This enchanting novel follows Nora Seed as she navigates a library that allows her to explore different versions of her life. Filled with philosophical insights and a touch of magic, this book encourages readers to ponder the infinite possibilities that shape our existence.