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The sharpest reads from 2000 to present!

1. South of the Border, West of the Sun
Haruki Murakami (Vintage)

Originally written in 1992 (with the English translation released in 2000), this novel from one of Japan’s most popular authors is about Hajime, his childhood sweetheart Shimamoto, and the chain of events that eventually led him to choose between his wife and family in the attempt to recapture the magic of the past. Reading this book just gives that tinge on how looking back is often necessary in order to move forward.

2. The Alchemist
Paulo Coelho (HarperCollins)

Considered Coelho’s most famous work, it was originally published in 1988. It has been translated into 56 languages, has sold more than 65 million copies in more than 150 countries.

3. The Five People You Meet in Heaven
Mitch Albom (Hyperion)

Albom’s first novel is about a guy named Eddie and the five people who significantly affected his life. It remained on the NY Times Bestseller list for 95 weeks and was adapted to a TV movie in 2004.

4. The Five People You Meet in Heaven
Mitch Albom (Hyperion)

Albom’s first novel is about a guy named Eddie and the five people who significantly affected his life. It remained on the NY Times Bestseller list for 95 weeks and was adapted to a TV movie in 2004.

5. The Beatles Anthology
The Beatles (Chronicle Books)

Released in 2000, the same year the compilation album 1 came out. With docus, interviews, rare photos and inspired artworks, this one’s ace since the band members wrote this themselves.


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