Autumn is the perfect time to stay indoors, away from the cold breeze in the late afternoons. But staying indoors can get boring. Indulge in some good reads. We bring you a list of five books of mixed-genre to enjoy with some hot chocolate in bed!
The creator of Sarah’s scribbles comics brings you a story of a Vampire and Werewolf falling in love. Elsie is over 300 hundred years old. One night she meets Jimmy at a bar. As they slowly start to know one another, they realized that they are their best chances to live a normal life. They share their insecurities, secrets from the different worlds, and adapt to each other’s monstrous appetites. The author gives a new humorous twist to this tale that we might be familiar with before. But trust me it is not.
Steffi doesn’t talk, but she has so much to say. Rhys can’t hear, but he can listen. Their love isn’t a lightning strike, it’s the rumbling roll of thunder. Steffi has been a selective mute for most of her life – she’s been silent for so long that she feels completely invisible. But Rhys, the new boy at school, sees her. He’s deaf, and her knowledge of basic sign language means that she’s assigned to look after him. To Rhys it doesn’t matter that Steffi doesn’t talk and, as they find ways to communicate, Steffi finds that she does have a voice, and that she’s falling in love with the one person who makes her feel brave enough to use it.
The final installment to the historical series charts the rise and fall of Thomas Cromwell. Cromwell was the Minister at the court of King Henry VIII. The third installation of the trilogy dwells in the last four years of Cromwell’s life. The story opens with the death of Anne Boleyn. Mantel writes accounts on how Cromwell rises to wealth and power and the events that eventually lead to his public execution in 1540.
Comedian and author Gavin Oattes brings you a book to encourage the readers to accept the challenges that life throws at them. Changes are never easy but Oattes urges us to take the first step and make those changes regardless. The book emphasizes on the little things, the little emotions form our daily lives that can make us feel the most alive. “Close your eyes and remember that feeling right there in that moment?”
The books depict the scientifically-proven practical plan to help Alzheimer patients achieve complete brain health. World-renowned neurology expert Dale Bredesen lays down a step-by-step method to stop Alzheimer’s in its track. The book is full of inspiring stories from the accounts of Bredesen’s patients.