Supervisor Elham AbolFateh
Editor in Chief Mohamed Wadie

5 Spiritual Books ..You Can’t Wait to Read

Sat 16 Nov 2019 | 04:22 PM
Ahmed Yasser

You still have plenty of time to start reading  good and entertaining 5 books . There are 5 books that beg you to skim through this week. There are plenty of highly-anticipated books releases on the way.

*Immigrant Montana by Amitava Kumar

Kumar’s novel of a young Indian immigrant who recounts his loves lost and won as a college student in the early 1990s has the feeling of thinly veiled memoir. It’s a deeply honest look at a budding intellectual’s new experience of America, filled with both alienation and an aching desire to connect.

“Immigrant Montana”

“Ohio” by Stephen Markley

This debut novel set at a class reunion, churns with such ambitious social statements and insights — on hot-button issues of the past dozen years, there’s a real pleasure in this hopscotching narrative with each new point of view, a clearer sense of the hidden story emerges as the reader slowly pieces together some shocking revelations.


*Mindless Guide For Frazzled by Ruby Wax

If you’re looking for straightforward، actionable advice on decluttering your life and learning to live in the moment ”Ruby Wax’s A Mindless Guide For The Frazzled” is the perfect book for you.

Mindless Guide For Frazzled

*Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli

Kim Sutton, Director of Marketing at Powell’s Books, Portland, Oregon, cited Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli, about a family trip to the U.S. and Mexico border. ”Sutton” reported that our marketing team is very excited about ”Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli”.

The timely subject and Luiselli’s gorgeous prose, combined with her authentic portrayal of intricate family dynamics, make this one of our top picks for 2019.

Lost Children Archive

*Myths Of Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky

If you’re going to read only one book the next year، let it be this one. Sonja Lyubomirsky’s The Myths of Happiness is an informative and refreshing read that debunks the myths of happiness perpetuated by the society that marriage, parenthood and financial prosperity are prerequisites for a happy life. The author investigates how such culturally imposed expectations make it difficult for people to cope with the realities of adulthood.

She offers practical advice on how to prevent rumination cope with adversities and make the most of a given opportunity to reach and exceed one’s happiness potentials.

Myths Of Happiness