Numerous writers have bewitched us with their fiction writing over the past few decades. At times, it becomes very difficult to choose the masterpieces between the wealth of literature which we have. Moreover, each and every person has a different genre preference when it comes to fiction books. Today we would make this task much easier for you by helping you choose 5 best fiction books which you should definitely read before you die.
Moby Dick is the most significant novel of the 19th century. It was written by Herman Melville. Moby Dick is based on the story of a sea captain who is obsessed with a single goal of killing a white whale. The novel was also converted into a movie-The Whale.
Dead Souls is a novel written by Nikolai Gogol is one of the most interesting books of the 19th century. The novel is based on the story of a young man who purchases dead souls -that is people who have actually died but are still marked as alive in the government records. He does so in order to extract loans from the government on behalf of the workers.
Bleak House is a novel penned by Charles Dickens incorporates his Knowledge of London in the Victorian era. If you like periodic stories, this novel is one of the perfect options for you. It is a satirical piece on the legal system in England. This story further entwines with love, as well as family secrets.
Moll Flanders is one of the most famous books of Daniel Defoe. The story revolves around Moll who aims to gain a standing in the society which she is denied owing to her father being a convict. The story has various shades to it, including prostitution, incest and prison time.
5.Pride and prejudice
Pride and Prejudice on screen do not do justice to the book. This novel written by Jane Austen is a mix of comedy and romance which is interesting right from the first page.
So, if you prefer fiction reading, these are the 5 books which you should definitely read before you die. Each of them is in a different subgenre, which provides you with plenty of reading options according to your preferences.