Even if all else fails, books will never let you down. They can be your best friends and bring out emotions from within that you didn’t even know existed! If you’re looking for books to lift your spirits and leave you feeling happy, we have the perfect list for you!

Those Pricey Thakur Girls – Anuja Chauhan

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A judge, his wife, 5 daughters and a boy next door. It only gets harder to put this light and fun read down with each passing page. You will instantly connect with this book, which will serve as the perfect pick-me-up for a boring day, when you can’t step out (thanks to the rain)!

Ladies Coupe – Anita Nair

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Can a woman stay happy single, or does she really need a man to make her happy? A regular middle-aged woman finally steps out of her life to ask herself this fundamental question. A warm, endearing story that most women in contemporary India will enjoy thoroughly!

The Royal Wedding – Meg Cabot

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Remember Princess Diaries and the AMAZING life of Princess Mia? She was just your average girl who turned into a princess overnight! Who DOESN’T envy her life!? Well, brace yourselves, as Princess Mia heads towards wedded bliss with her long-time boyfriend in Meg Cabot’s latest! We’re sure you’re going to love it.

Untruly Yours – Smita Shetty

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An NRI woman who seems like she has it all together, is brought to India after an unexpected call. She goes through an emotional rollercoaster ride and a journey of self-discovery. A gripping book about love, marriage, friendship and parenthood. It will be hard to put this one down!

A Suitable Boy – Vikram Seth

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While you need a little patience to get through this one, owing to its length, we can assure you – you will not be let down! It is good enough to get you through the entire monsoon. This book touches upon issues many families faced in post-Partition India, by focusing on stories of four families in particular.

Keep The Change – Nirupama Subramanian

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When a young accountant from Chennai finally quits her job and moves to Mumbai, her whole life changes! She lets go of a few inhibitions and begins to see the myriad opportunities that exist. Utterly refreshing, this book has got to be on your monsoon reading list! 

Americanah – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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A beautiful story of a young woman who lives the dream of a million when she moves to America. She struggles, she achieves and may have even found the perfect partner. But when she decides to return home, life takes another turn. Beautifully written, the narrative of this book will capture your heart.

The Last Lecture – Randy Pausch

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If this heartwarming book doesn’t make you smile, bring tears to your eyes and make you want to make the most of your life, all at once, nothing will. When a professor in his last days was asked to give his “last lectures”, he chose to speak not about death, but about the gift of life!

Life Is What You Make It – Preeti Shenoy

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When destiny throws the unexpected your way, how would you deal with it? This is story of a young girl, who has everything going for her, until there is a twist in her journey. Life Is What You Make It is a wonderful account of a girl’s growing-up years and the challenges she faces.

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