Best Books Of 2017 You Should Read Before The Year Ends

 

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I sniff books, and I get high on life!

Every bibliophile will connect to this, and if you are an avid reader, then you’ll know things too. May what come in your life, books have always answered our issues and got us out from the hell as well! In fact, they have played the most important aspect of making life decisions, haven’t they? Books also keep us all aloof from the real world, letting us into a magical world of storytelling. As 2017 is on the verge of ending, we are here to give you a list of amazing books you shouldn’t miss out on. So, here are the best books of 2017:

Her Body And Other Parties: Carmen Maria Machado

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If you are in for a series of short stories that portray a female body in subversive ways, this one is surely your kind of book. One of the best sellers, this psychological thriller will surely send chills down your spine. Are you up for all the sci-fi mystery with a hint of a regressive storyline.

Stay With Me: Ayobami Adebayo

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Shortlisted for the 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize For Fiction, Stay With Me is a heart-wrenching story of an arranged marriage couple, which will leave you all shaken from inside.

Rich People Problems: Kevin Kwan

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With this one, Kevin Kwan’s Rich People Problems enters the Crazy Rich trilogy, giving us all a succession of Rich series. Sharing the stories of rich and powerful people in Singapore, this one will keep you hooked with its loaded drama and fun.

The Heart’s Invisible Furies: John Boyne

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John Boyne is here to leave us all thinking about a child’s mind and his innocence. After giving us great books like Boy With The Striped Pyjamas, The Thrift Of Time, The House Of Special Purpose, The Heart’s Invisible Furies will leave your mind boggled with the story of an adopted child.

Difficult Women: Roxane Gay

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A collection of stories of rare force and beauty, of hardscrabble lives, passionate loves, and quirky and vexed human connection, Difficult Women will relate to most of the females planning to read it before the year ends.

See What I Have Done: Sarah Schmidt

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A criminal case that will not only haunt you but also leave a gripping mark throughout the story. A gorgeously written book by Sarah Schmidt shares a twisted story of Lizzie Borden. Has she committed the crime or not? Read, and unsolve!

Sour Heart: Jenny Zhang

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This bold, startling, and brilliantly written piece by Jenny Zhang will leave you all stunned in every sense. These seven startling stories of family, femininity, sexuality, and otherness will plunge you into the tender and chaotic hearts of narrators.

The Idiot: Elif Bautman

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A historical, psychological fiction by Elif, The Idiot is a young adult novel, which shares the concerns of a college freshman, who is attending Harvard University.

Norse Mythology: Neil Gaiman

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Inspired by his own extraordinary writing number from Sunday Times bestseller, The Great Norse Myths, Norse Mythology is a woven story from Tolkien, Alan Garner and Rosemary Sutcliff to Game of Thrones and Marvel Comics.

So, what’s your score? Did you read any? Get going and fill your cart with these amazing stories.

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