13 Best Books And Authors | A Treat For All The Bookworms
Receiving a book is a great present. Choosing great books and authors is actually a difficult task, because you never know a book can take you to heaven and also can make you feel like hell.
So here are some of the best author’s matchbooks that you can enjoy again and again. So enjoy the life changing magic of literature with these awesome books.
1) The Complete Stories
Written by Flannery O’Connor, the complete stories was published in 1972 and consists of small tales. The complete stories comprises all the stories in everything that rises must converge and a good man is hard to find also many other previously unavailable stories.
The book won US National Book award for fiction in 1972 and netizens named it as best of the National Book awards as part of the fiction award 60th anniversary celebration in 2009.
2) Letting Go
Letting Go was published in 1962 and is written by Philip Roth. The novel talks about a graduate student in literature and an ardent admirer of Henry James and their fear about intellectual demands of a life in literature that might leave them cloistered. The novel has following 7 sections
- Debts and sorrows
- Paul loved Libby
- The power of Thanksgiving
- Three women
- Children and men
- The mad crusader
- Letting Go
3) Fear Of Flying
Written by Erica Jong, the novel Fear of flying was published in 1973. The novel was in controversy for a long time because of its portrayal of female sexuality.
Fear of flying is very common with women who feel stuck in unfulfilled marriages and has reached more than 20 million people worldwide.
4) The French Laundry Cookbook
Written by American chef Thomas Keller the French laundry is a cookbook illustrated by Deborah Jones published in 1999. The French laundry covers the recipes from Kailash restaurant and won the 2018 International association of culinary professionals cookbook of the year award, iacp best design cookbook and first book award.
The book contains 150 recipes divided into sections representing a course of a meet also includes cooking and food preparation techniques.
5) Wide Sargasso Sea
Written by Dominica born British author Jean Rhys, the novel wide sargasso sea was published in 1966. The novel is considered in the most famous books and authors as it is a feminist and anti colonial response to to Charlotte bronte novel Jane Eyre in 1847 that describes the background to to Mr registers marriage from the point of view of his mad wife Antoinette Cosway. wide sargasso sea won several awards including WH Smith literary award in 1967 that brought Rhys to public attention after decades of obscurity.
Moreover the novel was rated at number 94 on the list of modern library 100 best novels, also so it was winner of Chaltenham booker prize in 2006 for year 1966.
6) when breath becomes air
Written by American neurosurgeon doctor Paul kalanithi, when breath becomes air is a non fictional autobiography kal book about the pause life and illness battling stage 4 metastatic lung cancer.
Talking about the books and authors, Paul Kalanithi experiences negative changes in his health, rapid weight loss and severe back pain and chest pain begins to raise concern from him and his wife in his last year of neurosurgical residency at Stanford University. In 2007 the novel was shortlisted in wellcome book price, and 2016 it was goodreads choice winner.
7) In the heart Of the Sea
In The Heart Of The Sea portrays the story of the life loss of whaler Essex in the Pacific Ocean, is the most famous authors and books
In the heart of the sea was published by Viking Press in 2000. Moreover, the novel won more than 2000 National Book awards for nonfiction. Later on the novel was adapted into a film of the same name directed by Ron Howard that came out in 2015.
8) Little Women
Written by American author Louisa May Alcott, the novel Little women was originally published in two volumes in 1968 and 1969. Little Women follows the lives of 4 March sisters detail their passage from childhood to womanhood.
The authors and books cover the life of her three sisters. Author Louisa May Alcott created a new form of literature on that two elements from romantic children’s fiction and combined it with other from sentimental novels resulting in a totally new format.
9) Charlotte's Web
Written by EB white, Charlotte’s Web is a children’s novel illustrated by guard Williams was published on October 15 1952. Charlotte’s web covers a story of a livestock pig and his bond that he shares with the barn spider.
Letter in mm charlotte’s web was listed as the best selling children’s paperback of all time. Later on a movie was made on the novel in 1973. EB whites original stories life action film version was released in 2006 and a video game based on this option was also released in 2006.
22nd book of Stephen king, IT is a horror novel which follows the experience of seven children as they are sterilized by an devil entity. The novel was published in 1986 and is still one of the best books worldwide.
11) The Phantom Tollbooth
Written by Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth is a children’s fantasy adventure novel with illustrations Jules Feiffer published in 1961, covers the story of a bored young boy who unexpectedly receives a magic toll booth and discovers the twisted story. Norton juster and the Phantom tollbooth are among one of the best books and authors.
12) The Secret World Of OG
Children’s novel The secret world of OZ is written by Pierre Berton underestimated by his daughter Patsy. The novel was first published in 1961 and Canadian classic has sold more than 200000 copies in four editions. The story covers the fantasy adventure of 4 children whose life ambition is to become a garbage man and passive who collects frogs in their pockets set out in search of their baby brother who is also known as The Pollywog.
13) The Heart Of The Matter
A perfect combination of famous books and authors, Graham Greene wrote the heart of matter in 1948 that is a life changing moral crisis for kendriya Scoobie in British Sierra Leone duonase experience. The novel was enormously popular and sold more than 3,00,000 copies in the United Kingdom upon its release.
Here are some of the best books and authors that won’t disappoint you and you will remember for life.