Presenting the must read books for youPapiya Bora
Books for which you should always say yes to
There are many bookworms in this world that just loves to cuddle them up into a couch with a cushion and grab a book with a cup of coffee to spend their entire day with. So today we are going to line up 10 books which everyone should read. Presenting the must read books for you.
1984 by George Orwell: This is one of the books where you will get into the world of Winston Smith. In this book he tries to develop in a place where human nature and their individuality, love and freedom are forbidden.
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone by J.K.Rowling: Every 90’s kids as well as adults do know about this book. J.K.Rowling’s book about this wonderful orphan who turns out to be a wizard and the journey he takes into the wizardry world. Maybe most of you have watched the movie but not the books, so try them out.
The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R Tolkien: In the world of middle earth take place an extra ordinary journey where you will see the protagonist Mr. Frodo Baggins taking a quest that seems impossible to finish.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald: This is a book published in the year 1925 and is a story about a man where if he has the most indulgent life but cannot earn love.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: This is a lovely novel and at the same time the famous one too that shows between two characters in a world prevails the importance of manners and courtesy.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott: A story pictured in the 19th century of four sisters. Each of them has their own personality and quality and in this book you will go through their lovely journey in life.
Animal Farm by George Orwell: In this book you can see the realistic risks involved in revolution and the dynamics animals will give into.
Gone with the wind by Margaret Mitchel: This novel is based on the civil war time! There is a fated justice where the character Scarlett and The south both, lose their wars. Watching the movie and reading the book both is always a different journey you would take.
The Lion, The witch and the wardrobe by C.S. Lewis: A fiction where in a place called Narnia the story takes place. Four siblings turn out to be the prince and princesses of this place and they have to save the world of Narnia from the White witch. Quite an interesting story to hold upon!
The kite runner by Khaled Hosseini: the story is based on Kabul, Afghanistan where a boy named Amir tries to find the true friend despite of all the differences found.