The 7 Best Books of all time which you must read!

Tosh Daves By Tosh Daves, 5th Jan 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Books are arguably Man's greatest invention and to this day, there are thousands of books to choose from. This article will give you an insight on what I believe are the best books ever!

The 7 Best Books of all time which you must read!

One of the best presents you could ever give someone would have to be the gift of words. Novels have for generations sparked curiosity and interest amongst people of all ages. They provide entertainment, knowledge and much more :) Then the next question comes up: Which novel should I get? It is quite hard finding a book you like and many of us spend hours hunting in the library or bookstore finding novel which we like. So I decided to help all of you by telling you some great novells which I am certain you won't regret buying. So here they are: 7 great novels which you should buy

7. The Percy Jackson Series

I know this series is kind of old and gained fame years back,but till this day, it leaves a mark on me and I can still remember the thrill I got out of the fights and the surprises and really educated me on the various Greek Gods. If you are into mythology, this will be a good read.

6. Life of Pi

This book is a really touching story and very entertaining. The sudden twist at the end was really worth reading through the entire 400 pages. Really a good way to waste your time though

5. Friedrich

This novel is the least famous amongst all of the books mentioned here but really gives a us a good taste of the history of Germany. The style of writing really evokes sympathy for the characters in the novel and at the end of the novel, you will be yearning for more.

4. The Twilight series

The movie has many mixed views and now with the movies released, it is hard to find someone who doesn't know what the series is about. Romance, passion and surprises. If those are what you look for, pick up the first book and begin your adventure...

3. The Perks of being a Wallflower

The life of a teenager summarized into 100+ pages of diary entries will really give you something which all you introverts can relate to. Friendship and love are major theme in this story and is a novel I think everyone can learn from

2. The Mortal Instruments

When an average girl is suddenly plunged into a world of creatures she once thought were mythical, she is in for a real adventure, and so are you! Drama, suspense and passion. That's what this series is about. You will be all to enjoy the romance alongside thrill and adventure. A great experience

1. Harry Potter series

Yes. This is the winner and tops the list, though by a small margin. It is the storyline that has captivated all audience for close to 2 decades and since then, the world has never been the same again. Despite being a wizard, the main character goes through many difficulties which students can relate to such as peer pressure, the desire to fit in and conflict. And yet, with the help of his friends (as usual), he can overcome all the odds and at the end of the 7 fascinating books, he emerges victorious. A must read for everyone.

So there you have it, the 7 best books that I have read so far. These are my opinions though, so please ensure that you do like the book before buying it. But don't let my suggestions restrict your book selection because there are many great fiction books out there I have yet to discover.


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I write for the average person out there who needs entertainment and at times, advice. The main goal of my writing is to help people solve their problems so they can grow to become better humans.

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author avatar Vickie Collins
6th Jan 2015 (#)

I really agree with you about the Twilight series. I read them in about 4 weeks, and they are 600-800 pgs long. Great read. I have never read the Book of Pi but I saw the movie and enjoyed that.

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author avatar Bluejay
8th Jan 2015 (#)

I think you should have mentioned the names of the authors too..Otherwise,It was a nice article.

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