Five Books You Should Read This Year

Books enrich our lives, if you choose the right ones. His characters can become friends. Places and adventures that may take may seem so real (and sometimes even more real) than the world before our eyes. But with a legion of books published each year, many lives would be needed to read them all. So what do we choose?
Here is a list of five great books that deserve to be at the top of your reading list:
# 1 The Road (Cormac McCarthy)
Rarely reaches a unique and talented writer like Cormac McCarthy. His books are dark and violent, but filled with magnificent prose, a simple action and a style that is impossible to imitate. Its 2006 Pulitzer winner, The Road, Prize is definitely your best. Spooky, difficult and unforgettable, this amazing novel will change
the way you see post-apocalyptic literature, not to mention life and
family forever.
No. 2 Life of Pi (Yann Martel)
A child trapped in a lifeboat with a tiger! This
dramatic novel is part of the treatise on religious philosophy of the
survival story of Robinson Cruesoe-esque, and part of the Bildungsroman
The incredible action lets you guess until the end and you keep talking long after you’ve moved.
No. 3 The Name of the Wind (Patrick Rothfuss)
novel can fall into the category of fantasy, but it is an incredible
tour de force exerted by the incredible power of narration.
not expect an imitator of the Lord of the Rings, this story is unique
and appealing and is destined to be the new leader in the field of epic
Fans of Game of Thrones will love, like people who have ever picked up a fantasy novel in their life.
No. 4 Amado (Toni Morrison)
This novel winner of the Pulitzer Prize is considered one of the classics to read for the second half of the twentieth century. It is difficult, emotional, intense, beautiful and classic. There is no doubt that beloved was a big part of the reason why Morrison was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993.
Rabbit # 5, Run (John Updike)
Only three authors have won several Pulitzer awards and one was John Updike. Rabbit, Run is the first in a series of four books covering the duration of the Updike race. In terms of pure skills, Updike is the ultimate master of the late twentieth century. His phrases are surprisingly bright, and his mastery of the language is Nothing.

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