Since the beginning of this year, many of us have been practicing self-isolation to flatten the curve.
But when many of us found out that the flattening the curve was taking longer than it should, we needed hobbies to fill up our time spent inside our homes.
While many of us started DIY home renovations projects or learned new skills online, some of us decided to curl up on the couch and watch Netflix or Amazon prime 24/7.
But lately, I started to get bored of re-watching episodes of The Office over and over again, that I picked up a book from a dusty shelf and started to read.
I was hooked on reading within days that I started reading more and more books off my bookshelf. I was shocked at how much dust has collected over the years of not reading.
The problem with reading that many books was that I ran out of books to read within months.
I was addicted and needed more books to satisfy my reading addiction, and that’s where I came across Amazon’s list of 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime.
I was shocked at how many books were on this list that I have never read!
Every genre is covered in this Amazon’s list of 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime, that I knew I was never going to get bored of reading.
Are you curious about Amazon’s list of 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime, and wonder which books you haven’t read yet? Then get ready, as I have prepared the list for you.
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So many books, so little time. With this in mind, the Amazon Books editors set out to compile a list of 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime.
So, how many have you read from this list? I know that I have some reading to do over the next few months if I am stuck in self-isolation again.
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