Life in Words
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Do you read for the joy? Reading each day keeps you awake and improves your imagination. You consider stories like new experience. Various characters lead you across their lives, culture and different places.
Today I would like to share the most pleasant easy going books I have recently read. In my opinion, we should discover and speak about good books, because they can inspire you and help you to relax. The book can reveal you a person you never know. You even can travel the world where you haven’t been yet just by sitting in your favorite chair.
Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!: Adventures of a Curious Character by Richard Feynman
This is an absolutely delightful book about curious intelligent man, who has a great outlook on life. For me it is like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer but when he is a serious grown-up man. This book is worth reading without a doubt.
Oscar And The Lady In Pink by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt
This book is short but extremely powerful. It’s about dying boy who behaves as an adult. He and the old lady are seeking peace together. There is not enough time but they are trying to understand life and death, and how to live your life to the fullest.
Martin Eden by Jack London
It is a great journey with intelligent person who is a living example of what an individual can achieve when he has strong passion and desire. There you can feel the whole story he had of life, of people. Jack London found proper words to describe the bitter truth of life. And I am convinced that nobody will remain unmoved.
1984 by George Orwell
Orwell's writing is masterful. The story involves you deeply and you keep on wondering what move will be next and how the characters are going to act. This book is revolutionary and you will feel it page after page.
Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach
‘Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation.’
This book tells us the story of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a rare gull, who is passionate about a flight rather than in fighting for food. Jonathan is a true wanderer, so the book is easy to read and it is not just describes the life of a unique seagull but reveals a lot by drawing parallels to our society and life.
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinder
This novel shows us a person so afraid of growing up. He refuses to give into the pain and sadness because it seems to him as a direct consequence of becoming an adult. Only when you read the book you will understand the title.