Supriya Menon’s Reading List We’re In Love With

For those who don’t follow Supriya Menon Prithviraj on social media, you should know that she loves to read. We adore her for that because we, too, are an avid bunch of readers. Our articles on various book genres are proof of it. We’re going to be listing down Supriya Menon’s reading list that you might take fancy in. 

Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri

This book is a collection of stories about the Indian American community living in a world where they have to embrace different cultures. It talks about their struggles, emotions, relationships, and human behaviour. Jhumpa is able to reveal the secrets of the human heart so seamlessly, and you might just fall in love with that.

You can buy it here.

Supriya Menon’s Reading List

Roald Dahl Collection

We’re never too old to read Roald Dahl’s collection of books. The characters in his books are impossible to forget. The reason why many children are encouraged to read his books is that it’s a gateway to a whole different world. Yet, it manages to teach a lot about wisdom and learning. Mind you, it also applies to adults. 

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Roald Dahl Collection

Sulwe by Lupita Nyong’o

This NY Times Bestseller is written by Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o. It’s a journey of Sulwe who tries to live through a world that constantly reminds her of the colour of her skin. She is darker than everyone in her family and school. So she constantly wishes to look ‘beautiful’ like her mother and sister. It’s a beautiful book that talks about the beauty within and encourage readers to look at beauty beyond the colour of skin. Definitely one of our favourite books from Supriya Menon’s Reading List.

You can buy it here.

Supriya Menon’s Reading List

When Stars Are Scattered by Omar Mohamed and Victoria

What does it feel like to grow up in a refugee camp? This graphic novel as narrated by a former Somali refugee tells the story of life in a refugee camp. It’s about a story of two brothers surviving in a refugee camp in Kenya. One of the brothers get a life-changing opportunity to study in school, but he would have to leave his brother. As the story unfolds, you understand the meaning of sacrifice, friendship, a familial bond, and a better life. 

You can buy it here.

A Promised Land by Barack Obama

Who wouldn’t want to read a memoir by the 44th President of the United States? It’s about the small moments that Obama had to go through during his presidentship. If you’re someone who really wants to know about the operation that killed Osama bin Laden, this would be the book to read. It’s not easy being the President of the US, and Obama reveals the nitty-gritties of it. Some say you might just fall in love with his honesty after reading his book.

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Supriya Menon’s Reading List

Girl in White Cotton by Avni Doshi

Also known as Burnt Sugar, this book traces the fragilities of human behaviour. It’s about a girl, and her deepest darkest thoughts as she navigates through her life. Right from being a girlfriend, wife, mother, and caretaker to a mother who has Alzheimer’s, her emotional journey is as true as it can get. It’s heart-wrenching yet as readers we relate to what she goes through.

You can buy it here.

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment Eckhart Tolle

Have you taken the time out to self-reflect on everything you do? This book will help you do that. It will definitely inspire you to take on a spiritual journey of self-actualisation. It comes with a bunch of simple exercises that you can practice to understand your truest potential and give you the answer to who you really are.

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Moustache by Hareesh S. and Jayasree Kalathil

This book won the 2020 JCB prize for literature. Moustache is about Vavachan, a Pulayan, whose life takes a different turn when he briefly appears in a musical drama as a policeman with a huge moustache. What’s brilliant about this book is that it merges fiction with historical reality, talking about tradition, caste, religion, and folklore. This may sound mundane, but wait till you read it. 

You can buy it here.

Things No One Else Can Teach Us by Humble The Poet

Humble The Poet is a wonderful human being so you can only imagine what his book would be like. In this book, he shares his personal story of becoming a rapper, going broke, facing racial prejudice, heartbreaking experiences and more. While this may sound like a sob story, Humble teaches us to look at the positive side of life. Having undergone many challenges in his life, he teaches us how to have control over our emotions, and search for the silver lining even in the worst situations.

You can buy it here.

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These are some books from Supriya Menon’s reading list. If you’ve read any one of these, let us know in the comments below.

Aishwarya Gopinathhttps://pinklungicom.wordpress.com/
A foodie at heart, an aspiring novelist, and an enthusiastic writer by nature, I love to dig deep into culture and lifestyle of the place and people around me. I hope to make people cry, laugh, smile, angry, and satisfied with my writing.

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