For those of us who have to get up every day and do it all over again, the best way to keep our spirits high is by filling our minds with knowledge. Reading books is one of the most effective ways to reduce stress and keep your brain sharp. And that's why it's important to always have a book on hand whenever you're on the go or waiting for something. So here are some of my favorite Hood Novels that I've read (and re-read) over the years:
|1||Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011-2015) Vol. 2: The Starfire||9.8||Buy On Amazon|
|2||Robert Ludlum's The Treadstone Resurrection||9.6||Buy On Amazon|
|3||The Stranger in the Lifeboat||9.6||Buy On Amazon|
|4||Red Hood/Arsenal (2015-2016) Vol. 2: Dancing with the Devil's Daughter||9.4||Buy On Amazon|
|5||Welfare Wifeys: A Hood Rat Novel (Hood Rat, 4)||9.2||Buy On Amazon|
|6||In the Electric Mist||9||Buy On Amazon|
|7||No Way Out: A Gripping Novel of Suspense||8.8||Buy On Amazon|
|8||Red Hood/Arsenal (2015-2016) #2 (Red Hood/Arsenal (2015-))||8.6||Buy On Amazon|
|9||Best Laid Plans: A Hood Misfits Novel||8.2||Buy On Amazon|
|10||Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011-2015) Vol. 4: League of Assassins||8.2||Buy On Amazon|
Comparison Chart for Best Hood Novels
I'm a voracious reader. I love books, and I love learning new things through books. It's my favorite media format.
I read two to three books a week, on average. I try to read at least 50 pages a day. I love how books give us insight into life. There's so much you can learn from books that can apply to your life in so many different ways.
In fact, I've been reading a lot of books lately. Below are some titles that have been particularly enlightening for me this year:
1. Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011-2015) Vol. 2: The Starfire
2. Robert Ludlum’s The Treadstone Resurrection
3. The Stranger in the Lifeboat
4. Red Hood/Arsenal (2015-2016) Vol. 2: Dancing with the Devil’s Daughter
5. Welfare Wifeys: A Hood Rat Novel (Hood Rat, 4)
6. In the Electric Mist
7. No Way Out: A Gripping Novel of Suspense
8. Red Hood/Arsenal (2015-2016) #2 (Red Hood/Arsenal (2015-))
9. Best Laid Plans: A Hood Misfits Novel
10. Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011-2015) Vol. 4: League of Assassins
10 Common Mistakes Most People Make When Reading A Book.
What are the common mistakes that people make when they read a book? How can you overcome these mistakes and improve your reading skills as an effective book reader? Here are the common mistakes that most people make when reading a book.
Reading the book in a hurry: The most common mistake that people make when reading a book is to read it in a hurry. This mistake is made by those who have little time to read the book and they just want to finish it as soon as possible. The problem with this is that the reader will not be able to grasp the meaning of what he is reading.
Not being motivated to read the book: This is another mistake that people make when reading a book. They are not motivated to read the book and this makes them lose interest in it. This can be due to many reasons such as being busy with other things or having no interest in the subject. If you are not motivated to read the book, then you will never finish it. You need to find a way of motivating yourself to read the book.
Relying on memory to remember: Another mistake that people make when reading a book is relying on memory to remember what they have read. This is not a good idea because you will forget most of the things that you have read. You need to take notes while reading the book so that you can remember what you have read.
Not understanding the author’s purpose: Another mistake that people make when reading a book is not understanding the author’s purpose. The author has a reason for writing the book and you need to understand that reason. If you don’t, then you will miss the point of the book.
Skimming through the book instead of reading it thoroughly: People who skim through a book do not read it thoroughly and this leads to them missing out on important information in the book. They tend to read the beginning and end of the book but not the middle part.
Reading a book that is beyond your level: It is important to choose a book that is within your reading level so that you can understand it well. If you choose a book that is beyond your reading level, you will not be able to understand it well and this will lead to frustration.
Reading only for information: The most common mistake that people make is to read-only for information. They open a book looking for answers to their problems or answers to why something happened. This kind of selective reading will not get you anywhere, especially if you need to study for an exam or complete coursework in college. You need to read the book as a whole, not just look for answers.
Reading only to finish: Another common mistake that people make is reading only to finish. This means that they do not enjoy the book and they just want to get it over with. This will not help you retain the information and it will make reading a chore.