10 Books That You Can Gift Your Friends on Book Lover’s Day

By August 18, 2021 in Home

Does it sometimes baffle you to think that your friend is reading books that are more than a thousand pages in a matter of days? Well, it baffles anyone who does not have a regular habit of reading. But for someone that loves books and reading, it is no big feat. The musty and crisp smell of a new book brings book lovers comfort and adventure. Plus a 140-word Twitter post can never contain the truths and depth that authors share with the world using their books. Here are a few famous books that you could gift your book-loving friends.

  1. Don Quixote
    This book has sold an eye-watering 500 million copies. It is considered to be the most compelling work of the Spanish age. It is labeled as “the first modern novel.”

  2. A Tale Of Two Cities
    This novel was set by Charles Dickens, narrating a story from London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. The book is about the eighteen-year imprisonment of the French Doctor Manette. It is also part of the reading curriculum in many schools.

  3. The Lord Of The Rings
    This is a very high-intensity fantasy novel written by J.R.R Tolkien. This is the sequel to his first book, The Hobbit.

  4. The Little Prince
    This is a story of a boy who visits various planets in space. The novel addresses themes of loneliness, love, friendship, and loss in a very profound way.

  5. And Then There Were None
    This book has sold over a hundred million copies and is known to be the seventh best-selling book of all time. It is a mystery novel by Agatha Christie.

  6. The Dream Of The Red Chamber
    Out of all the novels that have come out of China, this is amongst the four great classic novels ever. This was written in the model of the 18th century during the Qing Dynasty.

  7. The Hobbit
    You must have read the name above too. This was awarded the prize for the best juvenile fiction and even had a film adaptation released in 2012!

  8. The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe
    The fantasy novel is a part of the “Chronicles of Narnia,” best known for that. It was initially the first book in the chronicles, and recently it became the second one.

  9. A history Of Adventure
    This is a first-person narrative of two people; Horace Holly and Leo Vincey. The two characters are on a journey to find a lost city in the African Interior.

  10. The Da Vinci Code
    This is a mystery thriller novel that is a follow-up to “Angels and Demons.” Both novels are based on the story of the character Robert Langdon. It even had a film adaptation because of how popular it was!

    Authors of the world still leave no opportunity to delight the world with their thoughts and creativity. The level of imagination and creativity they instill in their books is reason enough to pay them heed. Do you have many friends that love books? Tell us in the comments below!