Currently I am reading the newly launched book, Unhooked by Munmun Ghosh. It is tough to describe the genre of the book, but I still would like to place it in the 'reality' section.
This 'migratory population' had led to a lot of singles now handling their life individually. They are out of the social circle of their parents or families, living singularly.
Apart from this book, my favourite genre is reality, truth and destination. As a person, I like real things, and professionally, I like to understand changes and the reason behind the changes in the society.
I like to read books for what they are, and personally don't have any particular favourites. The key take away is important rather than the book or its author. However, I have enjoyed reading Catch 22 by the American author Joseph Heller. The book is set during the Second World War and it gives a third person point of view through different characters.
I also loved reading Life of Pi by Yann Martel. The book deals with the issues of practicality and spirituality from an early age. The next book in my reading list is that I am writing. The title is Life on Square Wheels, though I don't intend to get it published.