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Weekly Series: 5 Must Read Books

So, have you read any of them?

Books

Books are the best gift you can give to yourself. Not only books give you fascinating narratives, they stimulate your imaginations and blur the boundary of concrete beliefs.

Books make you “think” and teach you how you can “read between lines”. In the world where deception rules, books teach you how to reach the alternative and decide what is “right”.
Some book becomes a part of the canon; survive times to display their eternity with their timeless lessons. Others remain on one shelf of an era and become the source of information to understand a particular time/culture/people. Some tickle your bones while other send the chill down your spine.

So, how to decide which ones should we read first? The question is not an easy one. So, we decided to do a weekly series. Every week, we will post 5 books that one must read.

The list will comprise of both the classic and the contemporary works. Hope you will the series useful. As we go along, we would love to hear your suggestions. So, shall we begin?

This week, the list is based on our favorite books. Some belong to the 90s while some were written a few years ago. The focus of the list then is not the time but the content.

So, the top 5 picks for this week are:

A Tale of Obsessive Love

Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

The Story of a Pop Star Who Defined His Generation

Elvis Presley by Bobbie Ann Maso

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Bildungsroman of a Doubly Marginalized Citizen

Funny Boy by Shyam Selvadurai

A Dickens’ Classic- A “Coming of Age” Story

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

Not a Typical Ahern Love Story- A Tale of Magic

If You Could See Me Now by Cecilia Ahern

The list presented above is a mixture of classics and contemporary works. Next week, we will bring you top 5 Coming of Age novels. Stick around!

By the way, have you read any of these works? Tell us @Fuzzable.

Written by ayushi

Hello lovely!
I am Ayushi from India. I love writing poetry, listening to K-POP and spending time alone.
Writing is what defines me and I am on the journey to make the definition as good as possible. ?

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