Books Which Will Make You a Bibliophile

For a starter it definitely is a must to go for the simple books with sweet stories. Nowadays, Young Adult fiction is definitely the most popular genre to start the journey of reading with.

Top 5 Bibliophile Books

Paper Towns by John Green:

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John Green’s writings touch most people amongst the writers who write teen-fictions. Paper Towns tells us a story about a nerdy teenager who is apparently an introvert and how his life changes after a roaming around the city and doing uniquely weird stuff with his childhood crush. This was definitely John’s second best work, to me his best  book was, “Looking for Alaska”. My rating for this book is going to 7.5/10.

Forrest Gump by Winston Groom:

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I was really astonished when I found out that there was a book of the movie as Forrest Gump is definitely one of my most beloved films of all time. I couldn’t resist a single second but order that book as I got to know that there was a novel and I have to admit that Winston Groom can reign our moods with his magical skill with the pen. This is a book about a special kid achieving what he wants by working hard in life, the book was so emotional in some parts that it nearly brought my tears although I knew half and a quarter of the story before reading the book as I had watched the movie. I would rate this book 9.5 out of 10; I genuinely loved this book a lot.

Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green: 

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This is another masterpiece by John, however, it is a teen-fiction too and it is about two kids who apparently have the same age and also the same name. A few parts of this book gets really interesting, especially when they greet for the first time. This book was worth reading to pass the leisure time I had. Out of 10, I would happily rate it 8.5! This book did have a very sweet part of romance which was worth reading.

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell:

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A sweet love story of two teenagers is definitely the genre of most of the young readers nowadays and one of my closest friends had suggested me this book and I couldn’t say no to her, however, it was a remarkable book and was worth reading. A few parts of this book was really monotonous which made it a bit boring but barring that it tells us a lot of stuff like dealing with school bullies and many others. I would rate it 8.5 out of 10.

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes: 

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Romantic books actually fascinate most people and however, I loved this book too. It’s a pretty unique love story of a disabled person and her caretaker. Some of the parts of this book is actually going to make you cry. Well, I would rate this book 8 out of 10.

I’ve always been an introvert who would read books and watch series in the room situated in the corner of the house and not meet anybody. However, other than these books there is a couple of other books for the people who like classic stuff and they would be Homer’s Iliad, George Orwell’s Animal Farm and Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons are definitely going to stay in the top of my list.




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