Some of The Best Novels 2019 of All Time That You Should not be Missing Out on
Reading is the nourishment that lets you do interesting work. This intersection of writing and reading is both a necessary bi-directional life ability for us mere mortals and a secret of iconic writers’ success, as bespoken by their personal libraries. Here we have searched and listed some of the best novel books in English, that you should give a read:
Any fan of stories that revolve around juicy subjects like gambling, adultery, marriage plots, and, well, Russian feudalism, would directly place Anna Karenina at the top of their “finest novels” list. Crafted by Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy, the eight-part immense work of fiction tells the story of two major characters: a disenchanted, tragic, housewife, the titular Anna, who runs off with her young lover, and a lovestruck landowner referred to as Konstantin Levin, who struggles in philosophy and faith. Tolstoy molds together selfless discussions on pain, love, and family in Russian society with a substantial cast of characters appreciated for their genuine humanity. The novel was particularly revolutionary in its treatment of women, portraying prejudices and social hardships of the time with intense emotion.
To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee considered being one of the most powerful authors to have ever existed, superbly published only a solitary novel (up until its controversial sequel was published in 2015 just prior to her death). Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird was distributed in 1960 and became an instant classic of literature. The novel observes racism in the American South through the peculiar wide eyes of an astute young girl called Jean Louise (Scout) Finch. Its brilliant characters, most particularly the sympathetic and just lawyer and father Atticus Finch, were regarded as role models and transformed perspectives in the United States at a time when tensions about racism were high. To Kill a Mockingbird rightfully received the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1961 and proposed for an Academy Award-winning film in 1962, offering the story and its characters further life and impact over the American social compass.
Lights on the Sea
In this fascinating debut, prize-winning artist and filmmaker Miquel Reina maps out fantastical and ambitious new territory in a novel about a couple holding on for dear life as their world takes an unexpected fall.
According to NYT bestselling authors such as Kristin Hannah (author of ‘The Nightingale’ and ‘The Great Alone’) and Jill Santopolo (author of The Light we Lost), this brilliant piece of fiction compares to the Yann’s Martel modern classic ‘Life of Pi.’
Deeply poignant, wildly imaginative, and entirely unexpected, best of Miquel Reina books: ‘Lights on the Sea,’ sweeps readers away on a journey of fate, redemption, acceptance, and survival against the most rewarding of odds.
Miquel Reina’s Lights on the Sea is a tremendously charming, beautiful debut novel with a dreamy, fable-like quality that will appeal to readers. Fans of Life of Pi will be fascinated by this novel. This beautiful, unusual tale discovers the healing power of the magic and love that exists in our everyday lives, even when we don’t know how to find it.