Books to Read Before You Die

For years many people have been planning to read a certain book and they have never managed to so. There are many reasons that a person can tell why they have never read that book. Reading is a formed habit that a person can form for himself or herself. But there are books from different genres that person should red before he or she dies. This books range from fiction to non-fiction, literature novels, fantasy books, spiritual books, philosophical books, psychological books, historical books and many other books that are influential to you. This books have opened minds of many people who have known the world from one perspective and that is their own perspective. This books have carried us to many worlds that we have never set foot on. This books have taken us to the world before us and the world in future when you are in the present. That is the power of the book, to open up our mind, ideas and to transverse with us in many world. This books that have been categorized as a must red before you die is a work of literature that have been authored to influence you in a certain way. Making them a must for a person to read so that they can help you positively. The following are a list of books that you must read before you die.
The Stranger by Albert Camus
Albert Camus have been known to be an author who is well known to be obsessed by the ideology of existentialism in nearly all his books. The Stranger is an example o that kind of book that try to let you understand that idea. This existentialism ideology is intertwined with philosophy that takes the reader mind to reflect on the real things that affect the world. This book is a must read as it will influence yourself and the world around you.
The Things They Carried by Tim Obrien
This is a fiction book that Tim Obrien wrote about the Vietnam War, his rich imagination and creativity makes it a perfect way of seeing how the war is. The description and the way the things are unfolding makes you see the happening as they are. The Things They Carried is an example of those fiction book that the tales in it will make you wet your fingers every time you see it in the shelf.
Illiad by Homer
This is one of those books that about historical events and historical figures that were there. Their stories is accounted for by a blind ballad who through his song managed to tell a story about the historical events and figure of Greek. This book tells the story through myth and many styles that the book try to use. This book tells the Greek story in a prose poetry narration in a loving way. Many of the thing that happened that long time ago is seen to be repeating themselves in this contemporary world.
The Lord of The Rings by J.R.R TOLKIEN
This is fantasy book that try to show how Tolkien is trying to imagine how the world can be a chain of events that have to make the world have a consequence. The lord of the rings is trying to interrogate how the world can be sometimes as he try to get the answers on things that are beyond understanding. The book is written with a lot of imagination and myths that a person will try to understand. As the characters are fairy people with powers that are beyond us. This imagination and creativity gives it a unique taste that makes it a must read.
Animal Farm by George Orwell
This is one of those books that will make you laugh at the same time educate you about the silliness of man. This story is told in a personification way as it uses animal character to try to understand the nature of man. George Orwell is a master humorist who mix humor and satire to achieve his goal as writer. For those who want to read Animal Farm should hurry to the shelf and get it because it will change your perspective of life.
Many of this book is a must read before you die because most of them will entertain you as they educate you. As it will also help you open up your mind and you see the world in a different way. Read this books and you will get to know more about the world.

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