i have read some wonderful books.i would like to share 10 books that i think are great for reading and with these books i hope that people can get something from the book and it may help them to be more successfull in their lives and careers,or just take away something from the book .i hope you enjoy my top 10 suggestion for best book and i hope that you may have some interest in the top 10 suggestion for best book.here they are in no particular order
The Road, by Cormac McCarthy
Cormac McCarthy’s post-apocalyptic novel is set in a blasted American landscape, where civilization has collapsed and radiation lurks around every corner. It may sound depressing, but it’s surprisingly thrilling and energizing. A small band of travelers—led by a father and his young son—must traverse what they call the ash, which rains down upon them as they walk across an eerily beautiful desert.
The Invention of Wings, by Sue Monk Kidd
Inspired by actual events, Sue Monk Kidd’s The Invention of Wings is a novel that brings history to life, weaving together rich details and unforgettable characters. Set in nineteenth-century Charleston, South Carolina, it tells an astonishing story of two remarkable women whose words and actions changed America forever. Written with passion and beauty, The Invention of Wings demonstrates how one person can make a difference in another’s life.
Still Alice, by Lisa Genova
A neuroscientist by trade, Genova’s debut novel is heartbreaking and enlightening, shedding light on early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. The story follows Alice, who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at age 50. The drama unfolds as her memory begins to slip away and her relationships are put to the test in a search for meaning and truth. Still Alice brings forth a sympathetic yet honest look at a growing condition that affects over 5 million Americans.
Summer Crossing, by Truman Capote
This is a short, touching coming-of-age novel set in New York City. As a young boy describes his summer with two women he meets at a resort, he captures your attention and takes you on a story filled with excitement and love. This one is perfect for sitting by the pool or drifting off to sleep at night. Plus, it’s not very long—just 161 pages.
Some Luck, by Jane Smiley
A modern American classic, Some Luck follows four generations of a family in rural Iowa over a period of 80 years. The novel is both an epic and intimate portrait of a family: how they’re influenced by one another, how they grow together, and how they slowly fall apart. Though it spans 80 years of time, Some Luck is told from just three perspectives: that of Louis Hanson, his daughter Mercy, and her granddaughter Lila.
Where’d You Go, Bernadette, by Maria Semple
If you’re looking for an entertaining read that makes you laugh, cry and think a little bit, pick up Where’d You Go, Bernadette. This hilarious novel will keep you turning pages late into the night. The story centers around Bernadette Fox, a once-famous architect who has essentially abandoned her husband and daughter to live on a small island off of Seattle.
Tender at the Bone, by Ruth Reichl
Ms. Reichl chronicles her adolescence in rural Minnesota and on Long Island, where she began her career as a young restaurant critic. The topics are universal (food, family, self-discovery), but Ms. Reichl’s voice is smart and moving. (Read an excerpt.)
A Prayer for Owen Meany, by John Irving
The story is about a boy named Owen Meany, who believes he is God’s instrument. His voice and his footsteps are those of God; therefore anything that happens when he walks past something or someone is a sign from God. This was one of my favorite books as a teenager and continues to be one of my favorites now. The plot twists keep you guessing and it always leaves you with some kind of feeling or thought to think about when you finish reading it.
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, by David Wroblewski
This debut novel, which begins in rural Wisconsin in the 1970s, features an unforgettable narrator: a dog named Edgar. Befriended by a young boy named David and his parents, Edgar lives on their farm with his litter of pups and a few other dogs and always behaves as if he understands every word that’s said around him. When something tragic happens to David’s family, Edgar is forced to make an impossible decision: Should he live like other dogs or try to find out what happened?
Last Night in Twisted River, by John Irving
This novel is a fantastic piece of writing from one of our most beloved contemporary authors. If you’re looking to develop your sense of character and storytelling, take a look at Irving’s work. Though his stories can be bleak at times, they are always honest and real; he shows us where people are in their lives, not where we want them to be.