FIVE MUST READ NOVELS THAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW
Author : Mamta Rawat | Published On : 03 Sep 2021
The world of novels is vast. A vast world full of different stories, fiction, nonfiction, nonfiction, action, romance, drama, and every other genre that you can imagine. Being a reader, people often want to read as many novels as possible, especially the perfect and popular ones. In my personal experience, I have always read novels that most people did not. I am a book lover, but I have not read Harry Potter,some schools recommend their students to take one novel as a priority by setting a book fair in their schools like icse schools in dehradun but there are some novels some of them are not so well known but also equally, perfectly written novels. Here is a list of five books that I would recommend everyone to read.
1. FAHRENHEIT 451: Written by the American writer Ray Bradbury, the book was first published in 1953. Fahrenheit 451 revolves around a world where it is illegal to read or even keep books. The protagonist is Guy Montag, who is a fireman. But the job of firefighters is to burn books rather than putting out the fire. It is a beautiful book that shows how Guy Montag questions his job and his world. His journey of self-discovery and how he escapes that world. The reason I like this book is that it perfectly depicts the future that we are heading towards. Even though it was written long ago, if you read it today, you will surely agree that if things do not change, the world will become as described in the book.
4. BHARAT KA JASOOS: One of the finest Hindi books written and nonfiction novel is Bharat ka jasoos. The book is written in the first person by a spy of India who was there in Pakistan and was caught. The novel is harrowing to read as some of the instances are very triggering. Although many people might not be able to read the novel, it shows the suffering that a spy who is working for the nation's security goes through.
5. THE ROOM ON THE ROOF: One of the finest novels written by the most loved The Indian author is 'The room on the roof' by Ruskin Bond. The plot revolves around Rusty, a seventeen-year-old Anglo-India boy residing in Dehradun. Rusty, being an orphan, is ill-treated by his guardians. The rest of the book is about how Rusty escapes his life, makes new friends, and earns a living for himself. The novel also has a sequel, and once you read
the first part, you are sure to read the next one. just like a person awaits for the building of the character of the book's plot.. and mr. Ruskin Bond is a very bold and awesome writer who lives in mussoorie….and i still remember when i was a kid he used to come to a barista at a cafe and a bookstore in doon to sign his books..meeting him through our schools optional gateway was a very different and incredible experience. so, these ib schools in dehradun help you in the room.u in many ways to make your personality aloof and unique in a cool way….. or i would say real and strong personality.