Reading can be a wonderful way to uplift your mood and bring joy. Especially during the exam season, when everyone is stressed, reading some good books is a great fall back option to feel better instantly. Here is our list of books that will help uplift your mood.
Author: Gail Honeyman
This book follows the life of Eleanor Oliphant who is a socially awkward and solitary woman with a mysterious past. Eleanor’s carefully structured routine is disrupted when she develops a crush on a musician and starts to make positive changes in her life. As she navigates new relationships and confronts her past, the story unfolds with humor and heart, highlighting themes of loneliness, and resilience.
Author: Fredrik Backman
This is a heartwarming novel about Ove, a grumpy and solitary old man who is set in his ways. As Ove attempts to plan his departure from the world, his life takes an unexpected turn when new neighbors, a lively family, move in next door. Through a series of comical and touching events, Ove finds himself reluctantly pulled into the lives of those around him, and in the process, discovers renewed purpose and unexpected friendships. The novel explores themes of love, friendship, and the profound impact one person can have on the lives of others.
Author: R.J Palacio
This book is a touching and inspiring novel that follows the life of August Pullman, a young boy with facial deformities who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream school for the first time. The story unfolds through multiple perspectives, providing insights from Auggie, his friends, and family. As Auggie navigates the challenges of fitting in and overcoming prejudice, the novel explores themes of kindness, empathy, and the beauty of embracing differences. "Wonder" is a heartwarming tale that encourages readers to look beyond appearances and celebrate the uniqueness that each person brings to the world.
We hope you found some books that you might enjoy this exam season. Thanks a lot for reading!