I read at least a little bit every day. I always have at least two books to finish so I usually carry one with myself  on weekdays, thus I can read while travelling. I also have an e-book reader but I prefer tangible books over digital ones. Generally, I read non-fiction books, but I really love good novels as well.

Some books I've read so far in Hungarian:

~ 336 pages
Stephen Hawking: An Unfettered Mind by Kitty Ferguson        
Thanks to my father, I was amazed by space exploration from a young age. My grandfather bought me this book because he knew I was excited about black holes and the theory of space and time. I'm not good at physics (shame on me), but this doesn't stop me from learning the very basics of theoretical astronomy. The book itself was hard to understand at all, so it took me half year to finish (plus I only read it in the evenings). It's about professor Stephen Hawking's life and his most important theories. I can't really describe how breathtaking it was.
My book

~ 274 pages
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki
When I was around 8 years old, my father often read me from this book in the evening before I fell asleep. Unfortunately, he never finished it. In February, 2017 I found another book written by Robert Kiyosaki on my father's bookshelf. After I read it, I thought I should have a look at "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" as well. I didn't regret it, this book changed my perspective on money.
My book's cover photo

~ 384 pages
Rich Dad's Guide To Investing by Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter
The book I read from Kiyosaki before the "Rich Dad, Poor Dad". This man is a genius, I'll definitely read his other writings. I learned a lot from this one. You shouldn't put this into the bottom drawer after finishing it, you can open it again and again to refresh what you've learned.
Click here to see how my copy looks like!

~ 256 pages
Unstoppable by Nick Vujicic
The author is a world-famous christian motivation speaker and evangelist. He has no limbs. The book was great but became a bit boring and repeating by the end.
Click here to see the Hungarian cover!

~ 256 pages
Pablo de Santis: The Paris Enigma
An extremely gripping novel written by an Argentinian author. I was on a holiday with my family in August and I was bored as hell. I found this book at our accommodation and read in only two days.
I like the design of the Hungarian edition

~ 458 pages
Metro 2033 by Dimitry Glukhovsky
I got this novel as a birthday gift from my mother who knows I love undergrounds. The story takes place in an apocalyptic world, in Moscow's metro system. The Hungarian translation made some part a bit weird but I still enjoyed it. It has sequels, I'm going to read Metro 2034 next time.
This is how my book looks like

The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
I became a big Hunger Games fan after watching the first film so these books were must-read for me. Even the translations are very good.
I had had the first and the second part but my brother lost one so right now I only have the second on my shelf