If you are a regular know-all-the-famous-books voracious reader you have already read most of these so you may skip I won’t mind. But for those of you who want to show off that you “read” here’s a bunch of books you could actually read and not get bored and maybe magically fall in love with books.
I am not mentioning Harry Potter or Twilight or The Hunger Games and so because these are some books that shape you as a teenager and the books call the readers themselves I need not do it.
Note: This is not a ranked I listed my favourites. Let’s first go through the fiction section…
1. “All the ugly and wonderful things”
Author- Bryn Greenwood Page count-432
An unusual and disturbing love story but somehow you want this couple to be together. The story is messed up but trust me it will leave a mark on your mind.
2. “A walk to remember”
Author – Nicholas Sparks Page count – 240
3. “The book thief”
Author- Markus Zusak Page count – 584
A historical novel narrated by Death. It’s about a little girl finding solace in books. The war makes things happen.
4. “Tell me your dreams”
Author- Sidney Sheldon Page count- 363
An absolute best thriller on Dissociative Identity Disorder or Split personality.
5. “The girl on the train”
Author- Paula Hawkins Page count – 317
Another great thriller. All about the title literally. Take my word for it you’ll love it.
6. “A thousand splendid suns”
Author- Khaled Hosseini Page count – 384
7. “Angels and demons”
Author- Dan Brown Page count -664
First of the Robert Langdon series. Though it’s a thick book you’ll want in read it all in one sitting.
8. “The boy in striped pyjamas”
Author- John Boyne Page count -216
Written from the perspective of a nine-year old boy. You won’t believe how and when this innocent narrative turns into a powerful holocaust story.
9. “Paper towns”
Author- John Green
Page count -305
A young adult about a group of friends finding out secrets about a mysterious girl. Dialogues and quotes are brilliant.
10. “Red, white and royal blue”
Author – Casey McQuiston Page count- 432 LGBT romance novel. It’s so so good needs no explanation.
11. “The diary of a young girl”
Author- Anne Frank Page count -352
12. A brief history of time”
Author- Stephen Hawking Page count – 256 13. “Into the wild”
Author- John Krakauer Page count -224
14. “Wild: from lost to found on the Pacific crest trail”
Author- Cheryl Strayed Page count-336
Author-Albert Liebermann and Hector Garcia Page count -208
Thank you for reading. Have a nice day!