There are two kinds of people in the universe, first are the people who read, second are the people who don’t deserve breathing.
So rather than creating any sort of furor, I chose to ignore them entirely.
But when it comes to reading, there is already so much, that sometimes newbie’s get awe-stricken a bit.
So here I present,
5: Perks of Being a Wallflower
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Charlie is 15 wrecked, introverted and prone to panic attacks, after extremely tragic deaths of his aunt and a friend.
The story takes place with, Charlie eventually becoming be friends with final year seniors Sam and her gay step brother Patrick. And how their presence changed Charlie’s perspective of living.
The book gives a great deal of love, friendship, and depression.
4: To kill a Mockingbird
Some of you might have read it in school, but we didn’t, and when I read it became one of my favorites.
Jean Luis Finch narrated imperative subjects like rape, racism, and belief as a child of second grade. Luis, her brother Jem and Dill a friend of them, mock Boo Radley, a neighbor who lived near their place.
Soon her father Atticus defends a Black man accused of rape being a lawyer. And with all the hate, Atticus Finch rewrites heroism with new set of words
Harper Lee intelligently decorated Maycomb at the times of great depression.
3: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Being the first book of the trilogy, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy remains to be the most famous and the most hilarious of the rest.
Douglas Adams writes how Arthur Dent the protagonist, discovers his best mate Ford Prefect is an alien and warns him about the world’s end.
The book has the camaraderie of science and an amazingly imperfect tour.
This one can actually turn non-readers into muggers.
2 : The Catcher in the Rye
It is the Young Adult fiction before Young Adult was cool.
This novel from 1951 is the verse of Holden Caulfield, a 16-year-old teenage boy who is in a psychotic care.
The story reveals how Caulfield, being not the most Sapient guy, revealing the reasons for his conditions.
J.D Salinger created Holden in all the shades, from being trashed after his brother’s death to being uncanny about being expelled and revealing his parents about being a failure along with his bond with his sister Phoebe and being a misunderstood teenager, Salinger typically created all of us in a burning time.
Honorable Mentions( More of famous mentions)
- The Song of Ice and fire
- Harry Potter (Like obviously)
- The Lord of the rings (Well….)
- The Great Gatsby The Alchemist.
- The Fault in our stars.
1 : Schindler’s Arc/ Schindler’s List
I must mention, the United States version calls it Schindler’s List, and this is the popular name of this book. The heart-wrenching book by Thomas Keneally was actually convinced to him by Leopold Pfefferbag a Jewish, Austro-Hungarian man. The story revolves around a Czech manufacturer, Oskar Schindler.
Being a rich German speaker, Oskar lived a contented life in the age of World War II. But with the multiple experiences of killing. Schindler began sheltering the Jewish Refugees at his workplace and helped 1200 of them to escape. The book also covers a post war sequence that sums Schindler’s life up.
The book has absolutely no areas to skip, and dotes the readers till the end. And Keneally has won Booker’s prize for this Book as well.
It’s a great deal of binge reading already, don’t just stay here, go get the books.
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