Being an ardent reader ourselves, we keep pushing our friends and colleagues into reading, with so much pressure at times that some take offense over it to take it up as bullying. But, this to us is a healthy bullying, if that’s what you wanna call it. But, it’s not necessary that to everyone reading would come as easily as it comes for you. You need some really interesting books to psych their interest into this amazing process of reading.
The first book of any person is what may mostly determine their venturing into the world of readers. So, they need to get hold of some book which can catch hold of their attention from the very start. The books that are exciting through every swiping page, which will keep engaging the reader more and more to it.
Oh!! just retracing the times when we get so caught up in our books that nothing else can grab our attention.
1. Harry Potter Series By J. K. Rowling:-
Even if you haven’t read the book we are sure you have surely seen some of the parts. it’s just inevitable to get pass harry potter series be it in any form or way. But, none the less, what consists of the book is as magically or more if we do be honest. The book series as it is exciting throughout the whole time. And it will also help with flourishing your English so much with the command it’s used in there.
2. A Series OF Unfortunate Events By Lemony Snicket:-
This again is a series of 13 books which will have you packed up for a good while of reading. The series though consists of young protagonist the episodes which build the book carry a series of mysterious incidents that will keep you hooked for 13 books back to back.
3. Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury:-
This novel might be a tiny bit hard to get into, yet it’s brimming with warnings and lessons that you need to focus on. In this world made by Bradbury, books are unlawful and “firefighters” head over to burn books. This book will help you value the thing you hold and read.
4. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower By Stephen Chbosky:-
This book is so essential to read as it carries the difficulties, trauma, and tragedies that one faces through the process of growing up. Helps you understand and provides solutions to dealing with issues of addressing one’s sexuality, friendships, and life. Set in the 1990s era a high school scenario to relate through the eyes of the introvert protagonist.
5. The Girl On The Train By Paula Hawkins:-
Though the book feels all over the place in the start, stick a while to it and it will never let you put it down until you are done with it. A drunk Divorcee who has lost any vision or reason of her existence becomes a supposed suspect of a crime that takes place in her old neighborhood.
Happy Reading, We hope you soon join the club of us Readers!
(sourced from Bookstr)