20 Books You Should Read in 2016

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Reading is an activity that is quickly becoming irrelevant and disregarded. With all the technology and entertainment we have in this day and age, watching TV or playing a video games seems more appealing and more fun to most people than sitting down to read a good book.

This year, the year of 2016, I have resolved to read more and I think you should too. I want to bring back the thrill of reading, expand my knowledge and use my dusty imagination. I want to bring back the good ole days.

Now, I have 365 days to read 20 books. That’s totally doable.

20 Books You Should Read in 2016:

For a Laugh:

“For The Love” Jen Hatmaker

“Me Talk Pretty One Day” David Sedaris

For a Classic:

“A Farewell to Arms”  Ernest Hemingway

“Candide” Voltaire

For a Read-It-Before-You-See-It:

“The Martian”  Andy Weir

“The Revenant” Michael Punke

For a Page-Turner:

“Room” Emma Donoghue

“Jane Eyre” Charlotte Bronte

For a Killer Re-Read:

“To Kill A Mockingbird” Harper Lee

“Of Mice and Men” John Steinbeck

For Curiosity’s Sake:

“Go Set a Watchman” Harper Lee

“Fahrenheit 451” Ray Bradbury

For Spiritual Inspiration:

“Restless” Jennie Allen

“Love Does” Bob Goff

For A Good Cry:

“The Language of Flowers” Vanessa Diffenbaugh

“Push” Sapphire

For A Splash of History:

“The Hiding Place” Corrie Ten Boom

“To End All Wars” Ernest Gordon

Memoirs Worth Reading:

“A Severe Mercy” Sheldon Vanauken

“I Am Malala” Malala Yousafzai

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