Monday, September 20, 2021

Novels Of The Decade That Should Be A Part Of Your Shelf

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Youth these days prefer playing video games or streaming videos as their favorite time pass, but there are still many people who like to read books in their free time. Books are still considered heavenly by many readers which results in best sellers making their authors millionaires. There are so many categories to choose from. Apart from the classics, new authors have emerged in the past two decades who, with their work on fantasy, fiction, non-fiction, and supernatural have given us a great variety. Let’s take a glance at a few of them which you should definitely read.

The Twilight saga

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I am sure that all of you know about this one. The Twilight series covers the story of a teenage girl, irrevocably in love with a vampire and at the same time shares romantic feelings for her best friend who is a werewolf. Marking the sales of its fourth book, the saga made Stephenie Meyer bestseller writer of the decade.


The Fault In Our Stars

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Authored by John Green, The Fault In Our Stars gives you a glance into the lives of terminally ill patients and their take on life itself. The story focuses on and is narrated by Hazel Grace, a 16-year-old girl with cancer, forced by her parents to attend a support group where she subsequently meets and falls in love with 17-year-old Augustus Waters, an ex-basketball player who is also suffering from cancer. She eventually loses him but restores his love in her heart.


Harry Potter Series

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Written by British writer J.K Rowling, Harry Potter is every generation’s favorite book. The series is comprised of seven books & the story arc concentrates on Harry’s journey in the magical school of Hogwarts and his face off with the most dangerous dark wizard of all time, Voldemort.


The Hunger Games 

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Penned by Suzanne Collins, Hunger Games is set in a place called Pane, situated on the plains of North America. It is a tragic yet gripping story of Katniss, who volunteers to save her sister from the horrible ‘Hunger Games’ where 12 districts send a boy and a girl as a tribute to take part in games where only one survives till the end.

So next time you consider reading a book, keep the above list in mind and select likewise.

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