The best way in which you can find yourself is by getting lost in the world of words.
The world of words is a great place to live in. It is a place where you can find a company in solitude, cheers in silence and imagination in words. No one is going to judge you or advice you what should you and what you shouldn’t here. The only thing you need to allow here is your interest and patience.
We often aspire to read novels in our free time. Novels are the world of words with emotions and imagination. Often we find one novel more interesting than other because of our own expectations and likes, sometimes we just like it because we found it bit related to ourselves.
Novels can be categorized based upon the genres they belong to, the content they carry, the characters they depict. If you utilise your time in the best way, then go for reading Novels. Reading not only helps you to relax rather it helps you to build your vocabulary stronger.
Top 5 Novels you must read before you die
1. Life is what you make it
A novel by Preeti Shenoy, it is a book of love, hope and how determination can overcome even destiny. The protagonist of the story of Ankita suffers from bipolar disorder. The story revolves around how she handles the situation and overcome the challenges with her strong willpower and determination. The title justifies the content and it is a must read the novel for one who wants motivation and inspiration.
We all can live a life the way we want, it’s just whether we truly want it or not.
2. If its not forever its not love
A novel by Durjoy Dutta and Nikita Singh, it got published in the year 2012. If you are suspecting it to be a love story, then I must tell you that it is more of a suspense thriller. The main protagonist of the story is Debasish(Deb) and the story revolves around the haunting memories he got from the blast and how did he finally managed to overcome it.
3. I too had a love story
An English autobiographical novel written by Ravinder Singh. This was his debut novel published in 2008. Ravin and Khusi are the male and female protagonist of the novel. The author has wonderfully penned down his emotions which makes the story rather interesting. One who is better with emotions can exactly feel what he wants to convey. Here’s an amazing excerpt from the story.
She died. I survived. Because I survived, I died everyday. I was bound to my stars to live a lonely life. Without her, I felt so alone. Though the fact is that it’s just she who is gone and everything else is the same. But this ‘everything else’ is nothing to me…
4. Like it happened yesterday
A fiction, autobiographical novel it was written by Ravinder Singh and was published in 2013. It holds the essence of the innocence of childhood and encourages the reader to come to fall in love for the very first time. It presents the past in a beautiful fashion and makes us relive all of that once again. It is one of the best selling novels.
5. Your dreams are mine now
A fantastic novel by Durjoy Dutta, the story revolves around the main protagonist Rupali and Arjun. It’s a fictional teenage story which draws inspiration from real life incident the Delhi Nirbhaya’s rape case. Towards the end of the story, Politics eventually find power over the innocent love leading to the death of hopes and dreams.
So, these are some of the novels I thought would give you a refreshing feeling through your breaks. Try to read more and more novels it would help you to enhance your communication and vocabulary skills.