“I don’t like reading books” said no one ever! Books are an integral part of our lives. Some we read for fun and some we learn from. Down below are listed a few books one should absolutely and most definitely read once in their lifetime. Have fun reading!

To Kill A Mockingbird
This book is written by Harper Lee. It won a Pulitzer Prize and has become a classic of Modern American Literature. The rich texture of the finely woven novel with it’s amazing plot and vocabulary let’s the reader walk in the shoes of the characters of the book. It will never stop being a good book and will never stop inspiring people! The book is a must read!

Harry Potter(the whole series)
Dive into the World of magic with J.K. Rowling’s amazingly written Harry Potter series. The most attractive thing about the book is that it is written in a very simple language and still has the ability to keep you glued to it the whole time! The book is age friendly and hence can be read by children and also by adults!

The Help
The Help is written by American author Kathryn Stockett. It is set in the early 1960s when African-Americans worked in white households in Mississippi. It is a very touching story and inspires the reader to be the change and change for the good. Emotional at times, “The Help” had also been produced into a wonderful movie!

The Kite Runner
Words are less to describe this book written by Khaled Hosseini. It is, hands down, one of the best books I’ve read so far. The way of storytelling is so gripping, it is hard not to complete the book in one go. The vocabulary used keeps you glued to the book. Although it doesn’t have an ending which can either be described as happy or sad, the story is extremely beautiful. THIS ONE IS A MUST READ FOR EVERYONE OUT THERE.

The Da Vinci Code
Yet another amazingly written book by Dan Brown. It is a mystery thriller novel where a ‘symbologist’ Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu after a murder in the Louvre, go on a adventure to discover the location of the Holy Grail. It is a gripping book and a must read.

Five books is very less a number for books you must read! So, if you guys like this article, there could be a part two! Till then, Happy Reading!

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The thousand splendid suns by Khaled Hosseini, the author who wrote The kite runner too ❤️