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5 Books all introverts should read

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You must have a lot of people around you who feel shy and don’t speak much. Such introverts love to keep quiet and observe people. Here are some books that introverts should read and can relate to very well:
1.    Stepehn Chbosky’s “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is a book most of the people can relate to. It is about how at some point of time in school life all are quite, interested in books only and can’t express things into words and thus were introverts.OMGKAV1004-12.    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes” is a good option for the introverts out there. Although Sherlock is little more vocal in comparison to lot of people, he has the qualities of an introvert person. Introverts would love this book.????????????????????????????????????3.    Donna Tartt’s “The Goldfinch” is a book about how an introvert is pushed by his extroverted friend. This is something to which every introvert can relate to as they also have faced such a situation wherein somebody tried to make them open up.OMGKAV1004-34.    Leonard Mlodinow’s “Subliminal: How Your Conscious Mind Rules Your Behaviour” is a book in which introverts can get the answers to a lot of questions they ask themselves. It tells how an introvert can be quite a moment but full on social the next minute.OMGKAV1004-45.    Carol Rifka Brunt’s “Tell the wolves I’m Home” is a novel to which any introvert can relate to very well. Every little thing mentioned in the novel is something an introvert goes through. After reading this novel, they would feel as if it is written on them after all it describes a story of an introvert.   OMGKAV1004-5

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