11 Fiction books that you must read in your lifetime

Reading is one of the best ways of escaping reality and creating your own imaginary universe, at least for a couple of hours. Out of the numerous literary and non-literary genres available, the category that involves fiction is the most liberating. Why? Well, probably because it’s not real, at least not entirely. Fiction books are incredible because at the root of the main plot, there always has to be some sort of truth, and that’s even more fascinating. Here are the Fiction books that you must read in your lifetime.

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To Kill a Mockingbird

by Harper Lee

This is a very popular book that has been told from the point of view of a six-year-old. Scout Finch. The story revolves around a crisis in Scout’s hometown Alabama, where an African American man Thom Robinson is accused of raping a white woman. The novel explores social issues of class, race, ironic injustice of American Legal system and sexual politics in a humorous yet brutally honest way. Jean Louise Finch’s father is a lawyer who is defending a falsely accused black man accused of raping a white woman. Lee received a Pulitzer prize for this book.

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Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen

This is one of the best and most famous works of Jane Austen which tells us about the marriage market and the maneuvers of polite society that prevailed in the 19th century in England. This novel is among the best ones in English Literature. The plot revolves around Elizabeth Bennet and haughty Mr. Darcy and the beauty of human characters and imperfections are captured in a candid manner. The book teaches us how to love and accept someone in spite of differences and because of who they are. This shows us how Elizabeth tames the handsome yet haughty Mr. Darcy and eventually falls in love with him.

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Little Women

by Louisa May Alcott

This novel is amazingly written with several memorable characters that take us into a comfortable American home of the 19th Century. There are different character traits shown in every character of the novel like shyness, mischievousness, vanity, and temper. The book narrates a coming of age story of four March sisters during the Civil War times in America. The way they go through all the harsh realities of death, poverty, illness, love, and dreams. You will learn more about the importance of family and a comfortable home with your loved ones.

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The Kite Runner

by Khaled Hosseini

This amazing novel narrates the story of a complicated and unbelievable friendship between the son of a wealthy merchant Amir and the son of his father’s servant Hassan. The story is told against a backdrop of varying political aspects of Afghanistan from 1970 to 9/11. We experience the lives of ordinary people in Afghanistan about how they die, eat, love and pray and you can witness a well-knit story that includes family secrets, friendships, and forgiveness.

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

by Roald Dahl

This is a wonderful book that children and adults both enjoy reading. The book is about Willy Wonka, a chocolate factory owner, who gives children a tour of his weird and phantasmagorical chocolate factory. Charlie Bucket is a kid living in great poverty with his family and he gets a chance to visit this amazing factory. This work of fantasy is amazing to read as it leaves the readers mesmerized.

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Stone Mattress: Nine Wicked Tales

by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood’s “Nine Tales” is a beautiful collection of short fictional stories that will leave readers speechless. Full of turbulent relationships and psychological insight, the book is beautifully tied together by the author’s dark humor. From mental disorders to revenge to vampires, the wide range of interesting topics makes “Nine Tales” a must-read book. Vibrant and terrifying, funny and eclectic, the stories featured in the book give characters an opportunity to put their courageous and revenge spirit to the ultimate test; the methods used are both trivial and exceptional.

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Big Little Lies

by Liane Moriarty

If you haven’t had a chance to check out “Big Little Lies” in 2014, when it was released, you should do it right now. The novel is centered on the lifestyles of 3 mothers from a peaceful Australian suburb. They all have kids and in appearance, their lives are perfect. But what happens when one of the main characters is murdered? Between abusive husbands, cheating wives and school bullies, “Big Little Lies” tries to emphasize that sometimes the most innocent lies can have the greatest impact on people. Want to know who the killer is? Liane Moriarty’s book is fascinating, fun to read, and a bit disturbing, but in a good way.

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Harry Potter Series

by J. K. Rowling

This is a captivating series of books that both children, as well as adults, love to read. The story begins with an orphan boy who is mistreated by his uncle, aunt, and cousin but leaves us spellbound as we are taken into the world of magic, wizards, and spells. You will also experience great friendships, the pain of loss and fierce battles. This series is not to be missed as movies do not have even half the essence of books.

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Adultery

by Paulo Coehlo

Paulo Coehlo is one of the world’s most influential international novelists. In “Adultery” the plot is centered on the life of a married woman who apparently has it all- a stable marriage, sweet kids, good job and a loving husband. Sadly, Linda is not happy at all. In fact, she’s tired of faking happiness and she feels that her life doesn’t have meaning anymore. One day, she comes across an ex-boyfriend, Jacob and falls in love with him. What will Linda do next? Will she leave her husband and kids, or will she make a huge mistake?

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The Silkworm

by Robert Galbraith

If you’re a mystery novel enthusiast with a weakness for characters who are private detectives, then you’ll love “The Silkworm”. Written by J. K. Rowling under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, the book is centered on Cormoran Strike, main-character and private eye who is approached by a woman named Leonora Quine. Leonora wants to hire Strike to find her husband, a notorious writer who’s gone rogue. If you want to know more, you’ll just have to read the book. As you might have guessed, “The Silkworm” is packed with mysterious, puzzling situations, murders and intrigue, so you won’t be sorry for buying it.

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Song of the Shank

by Jefferey Renard Allen

Jefferey Renard Allen’s “Song of the Shank” is a contemporary work of art about an unforgettable man living in a fictional America throughout the Civil War era. The beautiful novel is centered on the life of a 19th-century slave known by the name of Thomas Greene Wiggings, who was a piano prodigy but also an autistic, blind slave. Incredibly alluring, and painfully beautiful, “Song of the Shank” explores themes of art and genius, religion and class, race and more. Leaving aside the fictional aspect, the author is also focused on realistic elements throughout the book; the portrayal of the main character and his ability to influence the lives of other people is what makes the book so special and brilliant in historical fiction.

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