“If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.” – J.K. Rowling.

That’s what we believe in and will make you believe too.

For the readers, it is a reminder that there’s a lot of interesting stuff out there in the world to read more. Whereas, for others, the quote tells us that there’s definitely a book waiting for you to open, and it will blow your mind!

Where books are considered best friends, do you have yours?


Getting yourself into the reading habit is one of the best favors you do for yourself. When you have an interesting book in hand, you forget the rest of the world. So, let’s talk about the secret now.


What’s the Key to Read More?

Why’s that, when there are hundreds of books, but you still don’t have one for you? It’s just because you haven’t read the one matching your interest. With FAYVO, you can find the most related reading recommendations, search for the trending books, and see what’s in there, especially for you.

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Well, not all of us pick up and enjoy a highly recommended book just because we belong to different genres and have diverse reading tastes. Also, our reading styles are unique. So. If you get distracted easily or find it difficult to sit down long enough to finish a book, that’s pretty normal.

For the new starters, there are a few beginner books. These books are quick, simple English novels, entertaining easy reads with small-medium-sized chapters. So, don’t be discouraged if you didn’t breeze through that 800-page novel recommended by a friend.



One of the most important steps in starting to start reading or start reading again is to find the right books. Finding a book for you doesn’t mean you blindly follow a list that says ‘everyone must read.’ Instead, here are some practical tips to get the right read for you.


## Find the right books for your personality

## Analyze your genre

## Create a booklist

## Allot time to reading

## Find your peaceful reading spot

## Grab your favorite snack

## Set goals


Reading is like running – you have been doing it your whole life but can’t take part in a marathon unless you have done enough practice for it. Similarly, many of the popular books are great, to be sure, but they just aren’t the best place to start.

So, thinking of yourself as a beginner is not something bad. Accept it, and it will help lead you to the best books for you to start a reading habit. Here we have a quality of the five best books to start reading habit.


The Best Books for You – FAYVO Picks


Normal People;



Author: Sally Rooney

Genre: Fiction

The book is easy to understand, hooking, and is a coming-of-age story of Connell. Turning the pages, you meet a popular boy in school and his relationship with his quiet and intimidating schoolmate, Marianne. In the book, you’d love to read the topsy-turvy journey of the teenage couple. They have been together through their school and university years. During all those times, they deal with insecurities, weave in and out of each other’s lives and end up creating an unbreakable bond. If you are choosing your first book to read, this one is the best in terms of dialogues, remarkable imagery, and a creative story about what it’s like to be young and in love. It is overall an engaging short read that you may be looking for.


A Thousand Splendid Suns;



Author: Khalid Hosseini

Genres: Domestic Fiction

The book is about life and its unpredictability. When you start reading it, you’d feel the concept right from the beginning. A Thousand Splendid Suns is about the twists and turns of life, and it shows that they can ruin the best-laid plans. Once you start moving forward with the story, you’ll struggle to put the book down, even when things take dark turns, and you can’t imagine a happy ending. Khalid Hosseini has beautifully written a book that makes you feel a range of emotions that are positive, negative, and neutral. After all, he is known for his solid storytelling style.


To Kill a Mockingbird;



Author: Harper Lee

Genre: Southern Gothic

It is about the social issues and the long-going racial inequality in the world. In the book, you see the world through the eyes of two kids. There is Jean Finch and her older brother Jeremy, who live with their widowed father, Atticus. Their father is a lawyer who is asked to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman. All the white people get together against the black man, but Atticus decides to defend the man and bring out justice. There becomes the story of extreme courage and the sad reality of racism.


My Family and Other Animals;



Author: Gerald Durrell

Genre: Autobiography, Drama

It is a delightful, lyrical, and altogether magical read. Be it your kid or an elderly person, or yourself, everyone would love to read this light-themed book. What was planned to embrace the natural history of the island ended up as an enjoyable account of Durrell’s family’s experiences. This is about one family and a lot of animals combined with insects like puppies, toads, scorpions, geckoes, ladybugs, glow-worms, octopuses, bats, and butterflies. The movie takes you to your childhood which will leave you with mixed feelings.


The House on Mango Street;



Author: Sandra Cisneros

Genre: Novel, Fiction

It is a very realistic story of Esperanza Cordero, a 12-year-old girl. She lives in Chicago, and the book begins by presenting her emotions on moving into a new neighborhood. The House on Mango Street talks about the sensitive topics like domestic violence, sexism, racism, and sexual harassment faced by girls in every part of the world. However, this book is one of the best easy reads for beginners, especially among young adults.