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15 Books to Keep you warm this Winter

15 Books to Keep you warm this Winter

In winter, everyone loves to get cuddled up in a warm blanket and read a good book whilst enjoying a warm cup of coffee. No one can wrangle with the actuality that the best thing to do in winter is to grab your favorite book and enter in a world of wild fantasy through the door of imagination. So, here is a list of some splendidly written books to keep you warm in the cold breeze this winter.

  1. “Let it snow”

    by John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle:

Following the adventures of three teenagers, the story shines on the hilarious and charming interconnected tales of love and romance; making it a must read for this winter.

  1. “Girl Online”

    by Zoella Sugg:

This debut novel by the famous you tuber, Zoella Sugg, focuses on a fifteen-year-old anonymous blogger and what happens when her blog goes viral. This delightful romance story is perfect to read on a cold lonely evening.

  1. “13 reasons why”

    by Jay Asher:

The story revolves around a girl, Hannah Baker, who commits suicide and leaves behind 7 tapes stating 13 reasons why she ended her life. This novel deals with the unspoken topics such as sexual harassment, suicide and bulling.

  1. “The Kite Runner

    by Khaled Hosseini:

This is a heartbreaking story of friendship between a wealthy boy and the son of a servant. The Kite Runner is a beautiful novel set in Afghanistan. It is about the price of betrayal, and the possibility of redemption; and an exploration of the power of fathers over sons—their love, their sacrifices, their lies.

  1. “Holding up the Universe”

    by Jennifer Niven:

A cute love story about a chubby girl and a boy who has a short memory. This romantic story about a pair of misfits is perfectly fit for reading on a cold day.

  1. “Eleanor and Park”

    by Rainbow Rowell:

The story is a dual narrative between a red hair girl, Eleanor and a half Asian boy that meet on a school bus on Eleanor’s first day at school. It is a book of honest, heart-wrenching portrayal of imperfect but unforgettable love; ideal to read this winter.

  1. “Frost Blood”

    by Elly Blake:

This New York Bestseller is about a girl Ruby who has concealed her powers of heat and flame from the cruel ruling class Frost Bloods, her entire life. A perfect winter must-read book about a world where flame and ice are mortal enemies but together they can change everything.

  1. “Nothing”

    by Annie Barrows:

Two teenagers, Charlotte and Frankie think their lives are boring unlike the girls in the novels they read. They just go to school. Come back. And spend time at home. But when Charlotte decides to write about their boring lives, she is surprised to find that being fifteen is not as boring as she thought it would be. This weird, heart breaking and complicated love story is perfect to read with a cup of hot coffee.

  1. “To kill a Mocking bird”

     by Harper Lee:

A classic novel that is compassionate, dramatic, and deeply moving, which takes readers to the roots of human behavior –to experience kindness, love and hatred. This book is considered a masterpiece of American literature.

  1. “Pride and Prejudice”

    by Jane Austen:

Another classic novel about love and marriage that is perfect to read in your cozy bed.

  1. “Fault in our Stars”

    by John Green:

An award winning novel about a tragic love story of two cancer patients. Their hot romance will warm your cold evenings.

  1. “Looking for Alaska”

    by John Green:

This is another remarkable book by John Green. It is a story about a young boy’s adventure while he looks for his friend and crush, Alaska, who mysteriously disappears one day.

  1. “Me Before You”

    by Jojo Moyes:

A heart breaking romantic novel about a girl changed by love. This novel is perfect to read whilst being cozy in your sweaters and socks.


  1. “If I Stay”

    by Gayle Forman:

It is a story of a young girl Mia whose life changes in an instant as she undergoes a car accident. It is a book about the power of love, true meaning of family, and the choices we all make.

  1. “Harry Potter”

    by J.K. Rowling:

This list would have been incomplete without the magical Harry Potter series written by J.K. Rowling. Harry Potter books are the best to read on a cold day to keep you warm.

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  1. Loved this list. “Let it go” is my favourite. I will try to read others as well. Perfect reading list for this winter break.

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