Books are something that never go out of date. They will always keep you entertained and will also fill you with knowledge and wisdom. Let’s look at some of the books that everyone must read in their lifetime even if they don’t like reading.
1. Sapiens, By Yuval Noah Harari:
This book contains the prehistory of humankind. This is undoubtedly an excellent book that deals with many aspects of human anthropology. If you are curious about the existence of humans, then you must read this book.
2. Kafka On The Shore, By Haruki Murakami:
Murakami is one of the most remarkable people that English literature could ever have. This book might not be for everyone to read, but we sure want you to give it a try as it worth every ounce of your efforts.
3. Outliers, By Malcolm Gladwell:
The famous saying that you need to spend 10,000 hours on something in order to be successful. Well, this great saying comes from this book only. This book will help you with many aspects of life, and it is a treat to read.
4. The Alchemist, By Paulo Coelho:
This book is an incredible piece of literature. It tells you about the story of your life in the world and the ability to turn it into gold. If you have still not read this book then what are you even doing?
5. Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, And The Quest For A Fantastic Future, By Ashlee Vance:
This book is about Elon Musk, and it deals with many aspects of his life. It doesn’t not only showcase his success and achievements but also deals with his failures.
6. Origin, By Dan Brown:
Origin is Dan’s latest book, and it deals with interesting facts like where we came from and where we are going as humans. It is a great book to read if you are looking for something fresh in your life.
7. Man’s Search For Meaning, By Victor Frankl:
This is probably one of the most robust books. This book is primarily for people who are struggling to find direction in their life. It will make you understand that a man has the capability to change the world around him. Thus, it is something you should definitely read.
8. Factfulness, By Hans Rosling:
This book will restore your faith in humanity while hitting you right on the face with facts and the progress humanity is making. This book has been recommended by a lot of successful people, and it indeed makes sense.
9. Business Adventures, By John Brooks:
This book is not only on our list but is also one of the favorite books of Bill Gates. It will let you know all the valuable and essential principles that are key for any entrepreneur.
10. Letters From A Stoic, By Seneca:
Seneca was one of the greatest thinkers that the world had, and his works are notable. His teachings are so amazing that even 2000 years ago, he managed to figure that humans usually are not in control of their lives. This might be an ancient book to read, but it is totally worth it.
11. The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck, By Mark Manson:
The book mainly centers around the idea that 100% positivity is not real. It will help you to determine who you are and who you want to be. If you are a beginner, then do start with this book.
12. 1984, By George Orwell:
This book was actually published in 1949, and it seems more relevant in this time than ever before. The author’s vision of the future where the government controls and monitors the lives of the people is fantastic.
13. American Kingpin: The Epic Hunt For The Criminal Mastermind Behind Silk Road, By Nick Bilton:
This book is the story of an online store for illegal activities. The silk road was the way to the transaction of drugs and other unlawful amenities. This book is a great one if you want to dig into something like this.
14. Astrophysics For People In A Hurry: Neil Degrasse Tyson:
These people will make everyone fascinated by space happy, and it is a perfect read for people like them. Complex notions are also explained in more straightforward terms in this book, making you read it again and again.
15. 12 Rules For Life, By Dr. Jordan Peterson:
This book reflects the intelligence of Dr. Jordan and the brilliance with which he writes his books. This book goes deep into the mind and how its functions. It also says that how a small action can have substantial consequences if not done with care.