1. Looking for Alaska (By John Green )
We all know the Author for his epic romance, ‘The Faults in our Star’. If you particularly love this book, there is no way you should miss out on Looking For Alaska. The well-developed plot has an idea that will not only touch your heart but your soul as well.
The story is about shy an introvert fellow, Mikes Halter , and his friend, Alaska Young, who is his exact opposite ,to say the least. As the story progresses, they experiment with different forms of their relationship, which comes to an unexpected end towards the climax, making it altogether more heart touching.
2. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (By Stephen Chbosky)
Probably some of us might know about this book due to the successfully adapted 2012 movie with the same name, the story appears far too convincing on the pages.
3. Arms and the Man (By George Bernard Shaw)
A social drama written by a genius, the book has been included here, as it happens to be my personal favorite. Although the story dates back to 1885, it is something that one can definitely relate to.
4. The Unexpected Guest (By Agatha Christie)
No one will believe you if you tell them that you love reading but have not read her books before. But if that is the case, this is the one you need to work on, immediately. Known for her mystery stories, this book is another classic from the famous writer.
5. The Shining (By Stephen King)
If you are particularly fond of the horror genre, it would be a surprise had you not read the book still. Based on the life of an aspiring writer Jack Torrance, his wife and son Danny,( who possesses special psychic abilities),the story keeps you gripped till the end.
Written by Avinash Srivastava
A Writer of Stories, Loves Novels and Movies