To anybody who loves to read books the mere thought of reading a new book might fill them with great enthusiasm. Most of us would have started our reading journey with fiction and then gradually upgraded ourselves to reading self-help and Non-fiction books as we grew up. But I'm damn sure that the craze that we used to have to read a book of Fiction wouldn't have ceased till now and we would even want to revisit them again and again. Such is how much I adore fiction books and here I’ve shared with you a list of my favorite Fiction books that I would recommend you to read, both to enhance your English proficiency and also to experience the magical world of literature. Here we go!
1) 'And Then There Were None' by Agatha Christie
Of all the books this great author wrote, I couldn’t pick anything else that could surpass the excitement and thrill that this one gave me while reading it. It sure is a masterpiece clearly written with great details in mind. You would definitely love this one and especially if you are someone who loves crime thrillers, then this one is for you. The ultimate revelation is going to make you awestruck and thus grab your book right now and give it a shot!
2) 'Charlie, Presumed Dead' by Anne Heltzel
Well, you are going to have a roller coaster ride as you course through this book as it takes you through the lives of 3 people and also to several exotic places around the world. The level of the perplexity of its plot and the new revelations of each character chapter after chapter will force you to leave the book down only after finishing it. It makes you intrigued about the climax and would make you want to know more about the three main leads.
3) 'To Kill A Mocking Bird' by Harper Lee:
This Novel inspires you to voice out against injustice even if the entire world is against you. It talks about important topics like racism and discrimination through accusations of innocent people. The story is beautifully crafted to give the readers a deep impact and also would make the readers ponder upon the society that we live in. Once you read this book, it surely is going to take its place on top of your favorites.
4) 'Norwegian wood' by Haruki Murakami:
Murakami is a coming-of-age writer whose works have acquired international acclaim. This one is also a masterpiece as he takes us through the life of a 20-year-old boy Toru Watanbe who has gone through several unfortunate experiences in life. As a disclaimer, this book is loaded with sexual content that some might not feel comfortable with. But the storyline is extremely good and the deep emotions shared between the characters are beautifully conveyed. It will also motivate you to decide between holding on to the past and moving on for a better future.
5) 'The Devil And Miss Prym' by Paulo Coelho:
I’m sure no reader would have missed reading The Alchemist, written by Paulo Coelho. It certainly is a must-read for everyone as it helps you to live life with a purpose and encourages you to listen to your heart. Well, this book is yet another must-read as it addresses the triumph of good over evil. As with every other work of this author, there is a profound meaning hidden inside this fictitious story. It explains how the human mind is vulnerable and could easily waver between choosing what is right and wrong.
6) ' Ponniyin Selvan' by Kalki Krishnamurthy:
Originally written in the Tamil language and comprising 5 volumes, this is so far the best-selling novel in the Tamil language. It is translated into English and thus has made way for the whole world to know about the grandeur of The Chola Dynasty who ruled the southern part of India way back in the 9th to 13th century. Kalki’s work is a political drama packed with every element of entertainment, be it love, vengeance, brotherhood, loyalty, betrayal and so on that would make the readers course through the book with unceasing excitement to the end.
So get your hands on these books now and immerse yourself into a whole new world of fiction and enjoy your reading experience to the fullest.