PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
-By Jane Austen
This book was first published in 1813. You want comedy with a class? Then you need to read this book. A line in this book states: “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife’ is a sentence filled with irony and playfulness.” You have money but not anyone to take care of it, your money is of no good. Mr. Bennet has 5 daughters, but none of them can get his money. He wants at least one of his daughters to be married, so that he can get a successor. This book revolves around only love and that it cannot be bought with wealth.
HARRY POTTER SERIES
– – By JK Rowling
Ok, many of you would have read it, so don’t you agree that this book needs to be on this list? Everyone has seen the movies, but a huge part is cut in the movies that is in the book. You should definitely read the books if you’re a huge fan of the Harry Potter movies.
TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD
– By Harper Lee
It was published in 1960. This book moves around racial inequality and rape, but surely in a good-humored way. A movie has also been made of the same name. It’s basically based on some real life characters related to the author.
THE GREAT GATSBY
By F. Scott Fitzgerald
It’s about Jay Gatsby, who is totally obsessed with the beauty of debutante Daisy Buchanan. This book is set in the town of West Egg (fictional). If you’re into some historical drama, then go for this book.
THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL
-By Anne Frank
Better known as ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’, this book (diary) revolves around Anne and her family as they hide from the Nazis for two whole years. This piece tells you how to always believe in good despite bad things happening around you.