Top 10 Incredible Books - Must Read

Top 10 Incredible Books - Must Read


In the modern world, there are innumerable books have been published. Every writer writes a book to make his name in the list of top writers and every reader reads only those books which he thinks can benefit him/her most. I am going to discuss some of the incredible books which you must read before they get too old. These are the books which have been written in very simple language so that you can understand every word even if you are not a native English speaker.

The following are some of the best selling books, which will take your reading experience to next level:

1) Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Atlas Shrugged is one of the most incredible novels ever written. It is a story of mystery, intrigue, and politics depicted through the life of Dagny Taggart-a woman who runs a transcontinental railroad company in the United States. The novel contains 1200 pages which are divided into three parts. The main character Rand has dedicated this novel to 'the best of minds'. This book takes you on a roller coaster ride and makes you experience all of the emotions. It is full of twists and turns and keeps you fully engrossed until the very end.

2) The Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger

The Catcher in the Rye is another difficult book to get through but it is difficult only once. A must-read for all teenagers, this book is also considered one of the best novels ever written. This novel describes the story of teenager Holden who is rejected by his parents and society. He becomes an outcast but he thinks that everyone is 'phony' except for a few people like his little brother's innocent child-like qualities. When he goes to New York for a few days, he gets an experience of what life can be like without parents and with no responsibility. This is another interesting read.

3) The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand

The Fountain Head is one of the most controversial novels written in the 20th century. The story is about Howard Roarke, an architect who does not care for anything but his work. He goes through many difficulties to achieve his dream house and when he finally builds it all hell breaks loose. It is an inspiring novel about how to make your dreams come true. This novel tells how a genius thinks and acts in society.

4) The Lord of the Flies by William Golding

This novel is an example that how easily things can go out of hand when we are left to our own devices without any adult supervision. It is a story of how a group of schoolboys stranded on an island revert to their animal instincts. This book makes you think about yourself and society in general. A group of schoolboys goes on a holiday on an isolated island but they do not realize that how much they are cut off from the rest of the world.

5) The Hobbit by J R R Tolkien

The Hobbit is one of my favorites. This novel describes the story of Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit who wants to be left alone but can't because he accidentally acquires a magical ring that makes him invisible and keeps on drawing him into trouble. With his 13 dwarves, Gandalf the wizard and a very special creature called Gollum, Bilbo sets out on an adventure to find the evil dragon Smaug's treasure. Bilbo like every other hobbit loves to live life comfortably but he does not realize that his comfortable life is in jeopardy because of the ring.

6) Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J K Rowling

The Harry Potter series has changed my perspective towards reading. This book has got everything- adventure, magic, fantasy, and a lot of imagination. The story of Harry Potter is an enchanting one. I bet that when you read the book, you will not be able to put it down. In this book, Rowling introduces us to a world where magic exists and good wizards defeat evil ones. It is the story of Harry Potter, an orphan who goes through a living hell but he does not lose hope. He works hard to achieve victory over evil at last.

7) The Catcher In The Rye by J D Salinger

The Catcher In The Rye is about the story of Holden Caulfield, a teenager who is running away from his life. He cannot stand the hypocrisy of society and he doesn't want to grow up like other people around him. But one of my favorite lines of this novel is "what knocks me out is a book that, when you're all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it."

8) The Lord of The Rings by J R R Tolkein

This novel is another roller-coaster ride. After finishing this book, I shared my thoughts about this even with friends who hadn't read it yet because I just couldn't stop talking about this. The Lord of the Rings is a story about good and evil, friendship, trust, and hope. It is the story of how a Hobbit called Frodo's simple life changes when he discovers that there is an evil force at work that will take over the world if he does not destroy it. The story is of Frodo, a hobbit who agrees to be the bearer of 'the ring'. But he does not realize how much he has got involved in the war and what price will come out of it.

9) War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

Tolstoy's masterpiece tells the story of five families during the time of 1805-1812. This epic is a must-read for all those who love history and war. The epic is about the story of Napoleon's invasion of Russia and its disastrous retreat from Moscow. But what I love the most about this book are character sketches. Tolstoy has made these characters live forever. One of my favorite quotes from this book is "It is terrible to kill, but there is nothing more magnificent than to mow down waves of men with cannon fire and crush the enemy's ranks, all the while knowing that there is a good chance that you will die." It describes in detail life in Russia during Napoleon's invasion period. The characters are well defined and you will feel like you know them personally after reading this book.

10) Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

Who doesn't love vampires? I have read many vampire-related novels but Twilight is on a whole different level. The novel's protagonist, 17-year old Bella Swan moves to her dad's place in the rainy town of Forks. One day at school she meets Edward Cullen, who is an angelic-looking kid with red eyes. He gives her the creeps and she wants to stay away from him but he eventually gets into her life. Bella soon realizes that Edward is a vampire. The story gets exciting when she falls in love with him. She does not care that he is a vampire and they become friends. This book will surely give you chills running down your spine the whole time that the reader enjoys this novel.

These are my picks of the most memorable novels I have ever read. So if you want to read something new, try any one of these books. You won't be disappointed.

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