It is correctly said that “Books are our best friends”. It’s great if you read lots of books as they are quite beneficial in shaping up your knowledge, give the meaning to your life, transform the way you think and above all removing your all-day-long stress after work. Only a book lover or an avid reader can only tell the joy of reading a good book.
You must have heard that phrase “books are many, time is little” which means there are a number of books and thousands of sources from where you can read if you don’t want to purchase a book, but for reading, you would need patience and some effort.
If you are a beginner or a pro at reading books, then you can surely check out and find whether you have missed reading any?
Table of Contents
1. To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
A novel published in 1960. It is the timeless and a classic novel that explores themes of justice and innocence through the human behaviour and the experiences of a six-year-old girl, Scout who watches her father defending a black man in the courtroom in the 30s. It is one of the best novels one could ever write.
2. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
A young sailor from Marseilles, Edmond is set to become captain of own ship and to marry his love of life. However, his enemies provoke his arrest and lifelong imprisonment, until he intends to escape in search of hidden treasure.
3. The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger
The character named, Holden Caulfield narrates his story from the previous Christmas, when he was kicked out of his school to learn about his life and his attempt to make sense of himself and the events that have shaped him.
4. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is a British classic and one of the most loved books among the avid readers. The books details about the social mored of 19th century England, Austen crafts a novel that is amusing, timeless and utterly beautiful.
If you haven’t read this book before, it’s high time to meet Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy yet now.
5. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
This book is a New York Times bestseller. In his book, Nazi Germany and Liesel Meminger who are young girls steal for their survival. Liesel learns to read and in a habit of sharing the books stolen by her with her neighbours and the Jewish man who hides in her basement.
6. Dune by Frank Herbert
You can almost feel like your mouth is getting dried with thirst as you start reading this book. Dune tells the story of young Paul Atreides and his family who is having control of the desert planet, Arrakis which is the only source of the ‘spice’ melange, the most important and valuable substance in the cosmos. It is a great work of fiction.
7. Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons
The Cold Comfort is a wickedly funny portrait of British rural life during the 1930s. The book revolves around a character named, Flora Poste who is a city girl who comes to live with her strange relatives on a gloomy starkadders of cold comfort farm and her reluctant efforts to bring her family up to date equipped with modern living.