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5 Books that Everyone Can Read!

Updated: Aug 20, 2021

The art of reading has been around for 5,000 years. Surprisingly, "The Epic Of Gilgamesh" was the first piece of literature to have been composed, in 1,800 BC on a clay tablet. From being developed on clay tablets by the Babylonians to being read by scarce teenagers on a Kindle, it is lucid that books have had a drastic transformation. Somehow, while remodeling our society and our ideologies, we have lost touch with reading the physical copies that carry myriads of worlds within themselves. Whether you are a bibliophile, a former book lover, or someone who rarely commits to reading a novel, today can be your day to explore a new collection of books! Below listed are 5 captivating books anyone can read!

1) The Alchemist

Originally written in Portuguese, the Alchemist is an easy read and manages to convey a profound message effortlessly. The story arises with Santiago, a shepherd having a vision of discovering a treasure at the Egyptian pyramids, and follows his quest for the "treasure". Along with being a modern classic, the book spans merely 163 pages, making it one of the most celebrated books.

2) If Tomorrow Comes

A crime-fiction novel by Sidney Sheldon, this book narrates a story of an ordinary woman who is framed by the Mafia, her following search for vengeance towards them and her subsequent life as a con artist. It can undeniably be counted as a must-read for adventure fiction lovers!

3) The Gifted, the Talented and Me

The Gifted, The Talented and Me is a funny, engaging coming-of-age story full of laughter, romance, drama, and embarrassing parents. Fifteen-year-old Sam isn't special. He's not a famous vlogger, has not gone viral, and he doesn't want to be the Next Big Thing. What he likes most is chatting with his friends and having a bit of a kick about. This is a fantastic, cringe-induced book about being true to yourself.

4) The Kite Runner

Written by Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini, it is a story that follows Amir and Hassan's intense friendship and Amir's subsequent hunt for redemption. Set in Afghanistan, the book's eloquent storytelling makes the characters come to life, and they stick with you forever and ever. Honestly, we couldn't recommend this bestseller more.

5) The Westing Game

The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin is an award-winning murder mystery in which the 16 heirs to Sam Westing's fortune are brought together at his mansion in order to solve his secret through clues. Sixteen heirs play the game to win the fortune. One thing is for sure, Sam Westing may be dead, but that doesn't stop him from playing his last game!

We hope that all of you have a splendid time reading these 5 books! Do comment below on what your favorite book is!

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