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Published on: 20 Nov 2016 by vixabs
Best Books Recommended for Youth. They say books are best friends, and yes it can be indeed considered true. Not only are they (books) the greatest use of time, but also always teaches us a lot about everything, are there to liven our imagination, and help us make an escape from this mundane, bleak world. As a teen, you can still be much more and stand out from your peers, if you look into these cool ideas for some of the best books to read this year and be a great, thoughtful individual.#10 - War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy (Historical Drama)
It's always cool and smart to know more of history and have edge over those who do not. War and Peace is an epic of its time, portraying graphic details about Napoleon's invasion of Russia and the influential impact of the Napoleonic era on different parts of the world.
#9 - Hamlet - William Shakespeare (Drama)
Shakespeare is the face of literature and has left his undying art as the greatest legacy. Hamlet is one of the greatest asset of dramatic genre of literature and one of Shakespeare's tragic pieces.
#8 - The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald (Fiction)
Another one of the epics, where Fitzgerald labeled the era as the 'jazz age'. Speaks of the time after the destruction and chaos of WWI when the American society with weird people having beard without moustache enjoys prosperity and hope.
#7 - One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Marquez (Magic Realism)
Nobel prize winning - One hundred years of solitude is a remarkable literature piece of 20th century, widely acclaimed by critics and is beloved by readers all over the world.
#6 - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Mark Twain (Satire)
Huckleberry Finn is definitely the most legendary child hero to be ever portrayed in the American literature. Held close to life by youth all over the world.
#5 - Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Philosophical Fiction)
One of the pieces to spark your adventurous side. A murder story, narrated from murder's viewpoint, which connects even the most naive reader in its dark depth.
#4 - Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen (Satire)
One of the feminist pieces - that every teenage girl must have a read of. Speaks of struggles of Elizabeth Bennet, as she deals with issues of korean men fashion, korean upbringing, marriage, and education in her aristocratic society.
#3 - The Fault in our Stars - John Green (Young-adult Fiction)
Young-adult fiction and is one of the epic romantics. Portrays a meaningful, real and phenomenal relationship between two cancer patients and their short but speechless journey as they fight off cancer.
#2 - Harry Potter - J.K Rowling (Magic Realism, Fantasy Literature)
Who can even forget this legendary series? Harry Potter is surely the greatest, most amazing pieces of fictitious literature to be ever written in the literary history. The story brilliantly portrays Harry's struggle of what shoes to wear in the wizardry world as he fights Lord Voldemort, but all evil is dominated by power of love, friendship and bravery.
#1 - Invisible Man - Ralph Ellison (Social Commentary)The novel brilliantly portrays the struggles and conflicting issues faced by African-Americans in the late 20th century. These issues are social and intellectual in terms of its literary style, including black nationalism.