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8 Books Everyone Should Read In Their Lifetime - Bookends
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While an entire lifetime might fall short to read every good book ever written Bookends brings you a few suggestions from genres ranging across Irish comedy to Science fiction ID: 903878 Download Pdf

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8 Books Everyone Should Read In Their Lifetime Reading books is not only a great pastime but also means to acquire knowledge and vocabulary. While an entire lifetime might fall short to read every good book ever written, Bookends brings you a few suggestions from genres ranging across Irish comedy to Science fiction. Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die: #1 - The Book Thief - By Markus Zusak: The book thief is a book many people claim to ‘not keep down’. It is a war story that has moments of sadness told through the innocence of a child’s eyes along with portrayin g moments of hope, kindness and friendship throughout one of the worst periods modern history has witnessed. If you’re a book lover you will relate to most of the parts of the protagonist; Liesel. There have been many re - reads of this book and it is suitab le for anyone learning English as the language it is written in is simple yet beautiful. #2 - The Kite Runner - By Khaled Hosseini: Known to be one of the most moving stories ever written, The K ite Runner is a story of 2 friends as good as brothers and their journey through life from their early days in Kabul flying kites to the war torn years in Afghanistan. During this time, Amir betrays his friend Hassan and flees to America, it is a story abo ut his redemption and his journey through life set in 2 very different backgrounds. #3 - My Name is Red - By Orhan Pamuk: My Name is Red is a very moving story set amidst the splendor and religious intrigue of 16th century in Istanbul. It blends philosophy and art with thriller and archaic Islamic views. The author Orhan Pamuk was the first Turkish author to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature (2006). Also Read: What Makes a Used Book Special? #4 - The Hunchback of Notre Dame - By Victor Hugo and Wuthering Heights - By Emily Bronte: These 2 are classics written in the 1800’s. While both books are intensely romantic, they bare also strange and tragic at their heart. Both the authors are known to be revolutionary writers at the time. Hugo while making the main characters poor and lowest of the low in society was a tad bit opposite to Emily Bronte who created a unique and multi - voice narrative which hasn’t be equaled. #5 - Peter and Wendy - By J.M Barrie: Peter and Wendy is also a book that people pick up time and again to re - read. Ther e have been many adaptations of the story of Peter Pan but this one is loved by all owing to the imagination and humor put in it. It is an age old book written on the lines of fanta sy hence it may come across as a book having hundred - year - old ideas. But it takes everyone back to the days of Peter Pan making us feel like kids and take us to a magical place. #6 - Wizard’s First Rule - By Terry Goodkind: This book comes under the genr e of a good and sought after Science fiction. It is based around a young man’s quest to save the world! It is a mixture of adventure, dragons, battles, romance and magic. Also Read: 4 Tips On How To Be a Zero Waste Book Lover #7 - Dune - By Frank Herbert: This is epic novel set thousands of years into the future based on a space opera. It narrates the story of a far off desert world and its fight for freedom. This book has been an inspiration to several science fiction fans. It is set in redemption, revolution and man’s coming of age. This novel is a perfect mixture of geopolitics and human intrigue. #8 - Ross O’Carrol - Kelly Novel Series - By Paul Howard: This series of books is Irish humor at its best! It is set in Dublin around the life and love interests of Ross within the rugby community. Bookends is an online marketplace for buying and selling used books and pre - loved books with shipping all over the UAE. Discover our wide variety of second hand books at the most affordable prices. Make the right choice by being a book lo ver in the most susta inable and eco - friendly manner! Original Source: https://bookends.ae/blogs/blog/books - everyone - should - read - in - their - lifetime

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