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Teen? New Reader? Here’s Your Guardian Angel

Book reading is always encouraged. ALWAYS.

And if you’re a teenager wanting to start reading, here’s 7(coz that number’s luckyy) recommendations for you to begin with. Just the right stuff to keep you hooked onto both the story and the habit of reading:

  1. The Feluda Series by Satyajit Ray

Best parts about it- Lucid language, Comic relief in the midst of incredible plot twists, Great main and supporting characters

Set all over India, the Private Detective Feluda works through some mystery plots that are so incorrigible and yet easy to solve. Despite you age I assure you that you wouldn’t be able to keep this book down without finishing it. From haunted houses, to robberies, to murders and even rebirths this series has everything. My personal favorites from the series are The Golden Fortress and The Bandits of Bombay.

2. One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M Mc Manus

Amazingly-awesome plot+ Lovable suspicious characters+ totally unexpected ending= A perfect YA mystery novel.

Trust me, with this one you wouldn’t wanna stop until the end. And after that you’d want more

3. The Sisterhood of Travelling Pants by Ann Brashares

This book is #love

Its so relatable and like the perfect depiction of teenage life. The prospect of the travelling pants is soo good, you’d want to have something like that with your friends. The four MCs are so different and so real. You gotta give this a try

4. Holding Up The Universe by Jeniffer Niven

Now I know you’ve all heard of All The Bright Places. What if I tell you that this book will be just as good without totally ruining you? Nice right?:D

This books talks about so many things that we-the whole teen population become offenders or victims of. This’ll change the way you see the world, honestly.

5. Pollyanna by Eleanor H Porter

You always need a break from teen angst and ray of positivity helps. This is such a sweet, heartwarming book ah *clutches her heart*. It’ll make you see the good in everything. EVERYTHING.

6. The Naughtiest Girl by Enid Blyton

You can’t go wrong with Enid Blyton.

This is one of the funniest books I’ve read. Her antics and reactions, super good!

7. The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

The last one, a romcom.

I won’t say much except the fact that this may not be a literary masterpiece but its such a feel good book. The male character is dreaaammmyyy(where are real life guys like him)

And that’s all! I hope you try these out and readers recommend more books you think would be good for newbies!

have a nice day!!


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  1. Omw! I watched the sisterhood of the traveling pants and loved it! I never knew there was a book though. And girl – male characters in books and on TV are always dreamy😂. Yet there ain’t no guys irl taking notes😂🤷‍♀️. This is such a fun post and all the books sound awesome and interesting🌼

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  2. WAIT DID SOMEONE MENTION “SET ALL OVER INDIA”??? I!! NEED!! i’ve only read one of us is lying out of all of these (DON’T COME AT ME WITH THAT SWORD, I SWEAR I SHALL CHECK THE REST OF THEM OUT) but that one ended up disappointing me a little 😥 LOVE THIS POST!!

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  3. Hehe, So Many
    Books So Little ‘Time’
    Yet Always Now to

    Write HAha
    With SMiLes

    Dear Akshita
    All Stuff Considered
    in ‘Modern Life’ It’s

    Really Amazing to
    Even See Someone
    Read A Hard Cover Book

    And That’s
    Why i Visit
    Book Stores
    to Remind me
    Now They Still Exist
    in Books and Nooks
    And Crannies As such

    Involved in Another World Free
    in Escape
    One For Sure…

    Not Gonna Lie in School
    i Rarely Cracked A Book
    i Just Paid 100 Percent Focus
    on All the Teacher’s As They
    Smiled And Lectured And It
    Was Enough to Get me Through

    3 College Degrees

    Yet i’ve Learned So Much More on my
    Own With And Without Any Books At All
    For What
    Even A


    Cat Will
    A Human
    to Be Finally
    Wild and Free
    Again Yet That’s
    Another Book Just
    Another ‘Call of the Wild’ Free..:)

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    1. Ikr same!
      I read it in years back, when parents used to threaten you with boarding schools. And after reading this, I was like now it doesn’t sound so bad uk😂

      You should! Its great!

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