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10 books so intense it will leave a lasting impression

All the books are different. Some of them are almost immediately forgotten after switching to the last page while others come to stay for many months with you, you can give an insanely long hangover and heavy book. Such books are difficult to put down because your stories are so captivating that you forget that you are reading a novel straight.
Brightside has published a list of 10 amazing novels, grab your heart since the first chapter and will remain after the end of them in memory for a long time.

Maggie Steifvater

The Scorpio Races

It comes at the beginning of every November: Scorpio races, a ruthless competition in which riders try to keep their horses water long enough to reach the finish line. Some pilots live. Others die. Both Sean Kendrick, four-time world champion, as Kate "Puck" Connolly, a newcomer to races, will travel this year, and they have more to gain - or lose - like all previous years. But only one can win.

Alice Sebold

The Lovely Bones

Susie is a 14-year-old girl killed by a serial killer. Trapped between two worlds, Susie sees her family and friends undergo death changes. She is desperate to return to the living world to help her relatives, expose a shrewd killer and satisfy her most sincere desire.

Haruki Murakami

Norwegian Wood

I worked at night in a record store. Every time I put on the hard rock, hippies and fugitives gathered in front of the dance and sit sniffing paint thinner or just do nothing in particular, just on the floor. I just lost track of what is what. "What the hell is this?" I thought. What you mean?

Markus Zusak

The Book Thief

Established during World War II in Germany, The Thief book is the story of Liesel Meminger, a foster girl outside of Munich. Liesel, itching for a lean existence through theft, find something you can not resist: books. With the help of her foster parent, she learns to read the power of words and gradually realizes, both for good and for evil.

Neil Gaiman


Among the streets of London, there is a place you would not even dream about most could people. Every word has a great power, and you can enter this world only if you open the door. Dangerous and dark, this place is home to monsters and saints, murderers and angels.

Diane Setterfield

The Thirteenth Tale

Margaret Lea receives a letter from a famous writer, Winter Life, invites them to consider writing her biography. Although many have tried to discover Miss Winter interview and much more about her past, she has never revealed the story of her life. Life unfolds as your
Biography Margaret shared with the Black Sisters story which is the life of the main heroine Echoes made.

Patrick Suskind

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

This was brilliantly written by Patrick Süskind novel first published in Switzerland in 1985 Since then the book has been translated into many languages and has been ranked among the best-selling in the world. Mysterious and romantic, it encourages this detective story, intrigues and fascinates both readers and critics.

Daniel Keyes

The Minds of Billy Milligan

Billy wakes up in the morning and is in a prison cell. As a result, he is accused of rape and robbery. Billy is surprised - he did not commit any crime. The last thing he remembers is how he was going to jump off the roof of the school building. Billy is still shocked when she finds out what happened 7 years ago.

Robert Galbraith

The Cuckoo’s Calling

If a top model falls notorious for the death of your luxury apartment balcony, when a book intended text, suicide. However, his brother this unsuccessful and misaligned conclusion hires private investigator Cormoran Strike, to investigate the case again.

William Somerset Maugham

Of Human Bondage

Care Philipps life is not easy, by any means: the premature death of both parents, a desperate search for their vocation in life, and a case with a beautiful fickle woman who was doomed from the beginning to fail. Overcome many difficulties and have gone to please his own altruism whims, Phillip tries to weave the standard of his own life.

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