The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
Eccentric, brilliant, simple, easy and unique. A must read for anyone wanting to understand how the autistic mind works. For a teacher like me, handling some kids under this condition, this opened up my eyes on the reality on what’s keeping these special people distinct. Brilliant work.
One Day by David Nicholls
Honestly, I got teary-eyed on some parts of the book. It has quite an unfortunate ending but still a pleasant read.
A perfect example of “what should have been” and “what you missed out so badly”.
I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella
Similar to Kinsella’s other books, this is yet again a fun read with quirkyness every girl can relate to.
Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops by Gael Cooper and Brian Bellmont
Humorous book which listed “the lost tastes and trends of the 70’s and 80’s”. I just hope they would come out with the trends of the 90’s and 2000—my time. 🙂
Instant: The Story of Polaroid by Christopher Bonanos
I’ve always been fascinated with cameras. So I got really interested to Polaroid’s mixed success and fall story. A must read if you want to discover “the Apple” of the earlier times. 🙂
Steal like an Artist by Austin Kleon
– Techniques on releasing your inner artistic creativeness.