I used to have a lazy noon, when I was full of leisure times, I used to recycle some of the waste materials deriving into perfect stature. I failed to give perfect art but I tried to hop out of what I can do. My father had seen my naïve act but he was disappointed that I was not reading any books calculably. No wonder, I outsmart my academics cult, he destined me to propagate the legacy of reading culture. He brought me several books. There used to be a time where he orate lots of stories of various fairy tales with moral knowledge. He inhabited me the element of reading bug and I did. The reasons behind this were, words were those mountains to give a fly to the core of Imagination. I started craving more palate of books. Some, I went across the library, some through mobile applications. Like choosy in reading parameter, I am enlisting some of the books which can cross you to the seven sea of imagination, giving you paparazzi of knowledge.
The Lantern- By Deborah Lawrenson
Declared masterpiece by Oprah Magazine, this book hooked you all up into ghostly combo with a bonus of love story, Stirring conscience and double story package, this book is it! The combo between love story of one time, story of secretive Dominic (Dom) and unnamed writer who is called Eve by her lover in an abandoned house of South France. In between lavender fields at Les Genevriers their love story crushes with shuttle romantic bloom and ground breaking reality of Dom with his first wife Rachel. Eve soon realized that she knew nothing of her lover through her neighbor during the party, and she realized this essence. She started to get vibes of sweet odor wafting through abandoned houses and hovering spirits and ghostly figures in that abandoned house and garden.
Next story is of the ethereal rural root connection of another family coast Benedict’s family is rolled over, story of blind girl Marthe and her rebellious and rough and tough brother Pierre. And how they are interspersed together. Struggle of Marthe, to her potential to own perfume factory facets a great significance. Sliding through each page, stories of two different roots teaches you about family bond, affection, about the inner self of you. Dipping on the scenes the story conveys ravishing murder and mystery magic persists you to read more and more. How Eve’s story is connected well with Benedicte, who grew up in the same house. And about her elder blind sister Marthe mysterious disappearance concoct well. Grab and read the book, you will never regret it.
The Bell Jar- By Sylvia Plath
The silence depressed me. It wasn’t the silence of silence. It was my own silence.
From The Bell Jar- Sylvia Plath
Rooting for the novel which deals with the women’s world, the world of not composing their own world rather heavily pressed upon the interest of others with preliminary doubts, depression. Read and accomplish only one novel of Sylvia Plath that cover up the possibilities of women and her chronicles of mental situation. The Bell Jar spin around the life of Esther Greenwood, a college decent student who pursues her dreams of becoming poet. But to her unfortunate nasty beginnings, she was selected for guest editor of Ladies Day magazine, but she could no longer handle the over expectation of her boss. Her New York journey of remaining stable life degrades. Her boyfriend Buddy Willard and her love life remain in a non-continuous phase, as he was not virgin which intolerably made Esther to decide him as a hypocrite. Her rejection in writing classes, memory of being fatherless gives her an increasingly despondent character. Her attempt to do several attempts of suicide and overdose of sleeping pills and overthinking ruins her life. Her admission to the mental institute and treatment of psychiatrist, mental shock treatment expound her bell jar situation. The novel is over all around the pressure of a modern woman who is stuck in the middle of nowhere and an inability to show the world as green grass. Read every page and dive into the eerie-silence of the world. Selectively, this book is well rated by Goodread, four out of five which is remarkably good.
Kafka on the shore- By Haruki Murakami
“And once the story is over you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t be sure, in fact, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain, when you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm is all about.”
If you are doing a tour towards a bizarre world, giving a turn to mystical realism, dip into two characters world: Kafka Tamura teenage boy of 15 years old who haunts for his own world leaving Tokyo, to a small island. His purpose to escape from humdrum life, can be an oedipal prophecy or to seek around his mother and sister. His adventurous realm is alternate well with another story that is of Satoru Nakata. An aging character Nakata, is about the same lost child who lost his unconsciousness while encountering a UFO incident when he was 9, in the midst of World War. He had gone on a school trip in the local woods. But he had a hangover of his wartime and his inability to draw over basic activities of life. However, he attained an ability to talk to cats, so he supplements the small subsidy he gets from the government. Entwined fortune of Kafka and Nakata is revealed .Murakami and his vivid description help the reader to transport into his own creation of the world without creating any stereotypes.
Milk and Honey –By Rupi Kaur
Is a museum
Of natural disasters
Can you grasp how
Stunning that is
If you are a poetry lover, swinging for short and beautiful poetic stanza, milk and honey poetry collection is yours. Books have four chapters respectively, and each chapter conveys beautiful quotes, stories of poem which drop you around the world of reality of feminine world, violence, love, loss and to those simple things that were ignored; by letting you ponder and observe on same minute details. Every poem gives you joy of reading and this book remains successful in throwback. Bating hard hammer to reality. New York Best time seller poetry collection is rated outstanding by Goodreads rating 4 out of 5.
Get out to the city of boredom, and enjoy the lines of Charles Dicken “Hard Times” to Virginia Woolf “To the Lighthouse” you all will enjoy every spooky ride of every oeuvre. Choose your collection and massively enjoy the date with writers.