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10 Best Fiction Books Of All Time


Best Fiction Books Of All Time
Do you look out for fiction books in your spare time? Fiction is one of the richest genres of literature. Several great writers have written their masterpieces, which keep the readers fascinated. If you are finding it difficult to choose your next fiction book, it might help to start with the most famous names in the list. You can look out for other fiction books of authors that you have liked in past. On the contrary, you can even ask someone for suggestions, someone who has an interest in the literature and has a good collection of books. If you don’t have the time to do any of it, here is a list some of the best fiction books that might interest you.

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice
(By: Jane Austen )
Jane Austen was one of the best fiction writers and the same had been reflected in this book. This book has some of the most memorable characters who are all working against their circumstances and individual fears including the arrogant, good looking, and extremely rich Mr. Darcy or the vibrant Lizzy. It is one of the classic romantic novels written in an exquisite manner and justifies its reputation.

The Da Vinci Code: A Novel

The Da Vinci Code: A Novel
(By: Dan Brown )
Even after being adopted for a movie, the Da Vinci Code never lost the attention of readers. The book has a powerful yet amazing story that goes around several truth and facts about Christian religion. Dan Brown has dealt magnificently with politics, science and religion in this book. He has a clear authenticity in this book, which makes it even more compelling for the audience.

The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner
(By: Khaled Hosseini )
The Kite Runner has millions of readers all over the world. An extraordinary story of friendship between a rich boy and the son of his father’s servant has been depicted in this novel. The historic stories of Afghanistan shared between these two friends makes it interesting and the reader goes through a forty year long history of this country. Hosseini has achieved something that is quite difficult for most of the writers with his first book- highlight that part of human nature that goes beyond loyalty and blood.

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games
(By: Suzanne Collins )
Suzanne Collins has completely justified the death-plot of the book with some extraordinary narrative skills. The book includes different scenes of violence without distracting the reader from the main storyline. The author has depicted human feelings when faced with extreme violence making it an amazing book to read. There are emotional moments that make the reader cry and some funny moments, leaving them in splits.

To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird
(By: Harper Lee )
This book has fascinated readers over the past five decades and it continues to do the same even today. The simple yet fascinating story of a Southern family keep the reader bound until the very end. Starting with an understanding of the town and the Finch family to the moral crisis spread in the town, it is a mesmerizing tale. If you are looking for a simple yet captivating book, this is the perfect option for you.

1984

1984
(By: George Orwell )
George Orwell was among some of the most important English writers of his time and the time afterward. 1984 gives an excellent depiction of Orwell’s feeling towards Soviet Russia. The story revolves around Winston Smith who is an employee at the Ministry of Truth. This book is based upon several real events that might have been a part of communist Russia. You don’t need an excellent understanding of history to enjoy this book as the author fills you with all the necessary details.

The Alchemist

The Alchemist
(By: Paulo Coelho )
Paulo Coelho is indeed one of the best writers that Brazil has given to the world and the Alchemist is among one of his best creations. The story goes around a shepherd boy who has been looking and dreaming about treasures throughout his life. He follows his dream, which takes him to a life-changing journey with several spiritual messengers changing his life forever. It is an excellent book and you will certainly be fascinated with the narrative skills of Paulo Coelho.

Catch-22: 50th Anniversary Edition

Catch-22: 50th Anniversary Edition
(By: Joseph Heller )
It is one of the funniest and most enjoyable books of the American literature. The book everything in it starting with a hilarious few chapters and proceed with a surreal which ends with a somewhat tragic point. It is one of the best war novels ever written and keep the reader amused throughout the book.

Lolita

Lolita
(By: Vladimir Nabokov )
Lolita is a complete package that questions human moral values, love, and a literary rollercoaster that keeps you interested throughout the novel. Most of the reader might even end up agreeing with the mindset of the lead character Humbert Humbert. A novel keeps you interested while making you laugh at points

Sense and Sensibility

Sense and Sensibility
(By: Jane Austen )
It is an amazing story of love, passion for roman, and a story that ends up with the survival of the two sisters. Sense and Sensibility has illustrated the romantic troubles and well as struggles faced by Marianne and Elinor respectively. If you are looking for an excellent fiction that makes you feel compassionate about love and life values, this is the book for you.
You will certainly enjoy most of the novels given in this list. They will keep you fascinated and entangled with an excellent use of English language by the different authors.
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