Books And Only Books

Books are an incredibly entertaining way to pass the time. Scientists have proven that it is books that will save us from dementia in old age. That’s why reading is not only very riveting but also profitable. There is a stereotype that people who read are boring, ‘bookworms,’ and can only communicate with their own kind. But that’s complete nonsense!

My love for books began in my childhood and continues to this day if we talk about me. The longest relationship of my life! I believe that there is no such thing as people who don’t love to read. Some just haven’t yet found that work that you can’t tear yourself away from. So I’ve compiled a list of 5 books that can captivate anyone, both an experienced reader and an anti-reader.

1. The Little Prince’ by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

This is the author’s most famous work. The book is written in incredibly elegant language, especially if you read it in the original. In translation, however, this tale will captivate the child with its interesting plot, and the adult with its philosophical meaning. “You can’t see the most important things with your eyes. Only the heart is sharp” is the phrase that embodies the entire work.

  1. Murder on the Orient Express’ by Agatha Christie

The perfect plot for the perfect detective. Agatha Christie has a whole series of books whose main character is Hercule Poirot. This book is no exception. It tells of a trip that began as an ordinary vacation and ended with the murder of an American on the Trans-European Express. The seemingly unconnected people ended up in snowy captivity. The reader will solve this crime along with Poirot, and become more and more immersed in the mysteries of each character.

  1. The Pit’ by Alexander Kuprin

It is a book for those interested in social topics. ‘The Pit’ is a tale of prostitution, female prostitutes and their problems. But if you go deeper into the plot, it is a work about people. For me, the main idea of the work – a man needs a man.

  1. Love Lives Three Years’ by Frederic Beigbeder

This work is for those who perceive love as a chemical reaction and look for all sorts of evidence of it. The main character of the book believes that love lives for three years because he himself has never been in love for more than three years. Convinced of this time after time, he is certain that he will never continue to love someone after the three-year anniversary.

  1. The Da Vinci Codе’ by Dan Brown

The fantasy detective draws in from the first pages and does not let go until the very end. Robert Langdon, a professor of symbolism at Harvard, finds himself in the thick of things when his name is found at the murder scene. How did it get there? What events will it entail? That’s for you and the other characters to figure out.

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