Teatime Bookshop’s creative team was busy crafting something for the readers. Since the last four weeks, our in-house writers and editors were compiling the best books an adult should read once in life. Books provide the opportunity to look at the world in a new fashion and there’s not better buddy than a book in these lonely times. So, gear up and read along to know about the 7 books that every adult person should give a read.
We also took the liberty to select the best book from 7 different genres for people with diverse interests.
1. The Power of your Subconscious Mind
A fantastic piece of mind mapping by Dr. Joseph Murphy, this self help book has guided the lost souls for decades. A must read for people who wish to figure out how to regain control of their lives and tame their thoughts.
2. To Kill A Mockingbird
This book is acclaimed to be one of the best till date. A Pulitzer Prize awarded book written by Harper Lee also found place to Academy Awards. A fictional classic, this book covers idea of racism through perspective of a child.
3. Gone Girl
A thriller from the genre of mystery and crime, this epic book is written by Gillian Flynn. This was also adapted into a movie which garnered fame. Revolving around the life of a woman in married life, the plot intensifies and takes the readers through various ups and downs with mind boggling mystery.
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4. The Fault In Our Stars
This romantic novel by John Green is a masterpiece for the love bugs. Hooking the readers with a variety of emotions such as joy, sorrow, shock, love, and guilt, this has been made into several movies worldwide. A must watch for those who love to spend romantic evenings with their partners.
5. The Lord of the Rings
A novel more famous due to the movie franchise, this is the best read for readers of scientific fiction. This was written by J. R. R. Tolkien. The readers are taken on a journey through imaginary life of a new adventurous world in a work spread over three books, trilogy.
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6. The Diary of a Young Girl
Written by Anne Frank, this is a biography in disguise, also known as The Diary of Anne Frank. The book is set during pre-1950s Netherlands during Nazi rule. It is more of a memoir from the original diary kept by the little girl that helped to bring real life scenarios faced by people.
7. Gulliver’s Travels
A great piece of satire, written by Jonathan Swift, this book is an old literature. The book revolves around three islands and their contrasting environment and people. This is a loose indication towards the then British parliaments which made it even dearer to the native readers.
And there comes the end of the list.
If you’ve not read these books, don’t wait and get for yourselves a copy of these soon!