Women love all sorts of books. Among them are kinds of romantic, inspirational, realistic and internal conflicts. We could say that we not all of these love stories, but things in the face – love is the subject of almost all books.
Bright Leaks team is certain: Sometimes a book can be read at the right time to change your life.
1. Heaven Has No Favorites by Erich Maria Remarque
This is to lose a story of a girl with nothing. A car broker called Clerfayt finally takes Lillian away from a sanatorium. Lillian knows that does not have long to live and she wants to enjoy her last moments … The story rips the reader, then put the pieces together and change the general message completely. This story teaches the value of life without fear of death.
2. Chocolat by Joanne Harris
An exquisite novelty chocolate flavor, thick, freshly baked pastries with caramel and saturated mystery. Two wonderful characters – a mother and a daughter – are carried by a carnival wind for Nowheresville Lansquenet-sous-Tannes. Open a chocolate shop, and the lives of citizens is changing forever. This charming book shows that every woman has a touch of sorcery in it; You just need to know how to use it.
3. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
A dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood represents a new world in which women do not have the right to work, love, read, write or have their own property. They are forbidden to run in the morning and evening picnic. The user can not remarry. They end up with only one option – to stay in a lady’s position. This is a moving novel that teaches the value of freedom.
4. The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks
Nicholas Sparks prose wonderfully in the light, which is very pleasant to read. This novel is so natural and realistic that you want to believe every word, and spreading the mystery is simply better. This story has everything you learn to enjoy a quiet night: a town in the countryside, isolation, stress and a noble love, which refuses to eternity.
5. The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
Anne Frank was born 1929a She died in a concentration camp at the age of 15 years. Anne kept her diary while hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. This newspaper has received great attention throughout the world. It is essential to read books because they remind us of the time of our history and teach us to never give up.
6. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Luisa is a normal girl living life slow, comfortable and boring. Will is a powerful prosperous businessman. But one day everything changes; If you are involved in a traffic accident and ends with the wheelchair to live without pleasure, and Lou will nurse. Its eventful history teaches the reader that the difficulties are overcome, although they seem to be.
7. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
Lolita is an outrageous book, insightful avid reader all over the world. It recalls contradictory emotions. Some say it is a shocking story of sin with unnecessary anatomical details; Others fall in love with this first-page novel, drunk with its flamboyant style. For many of these news is a song of “love at first sight, the last look, and again and again” remain.
8. The French Lieutenant’s Woman by John Fowles
Every day, a young woman in black on the coast, staring at the line of the sea. One day, a young man noticed it. He is married to another woman … and everything begins to be poor. You marry or is purely to give your passion? You choose. Fowles wrote two versions of the final scene to show how personal is the feeling of consciousness.
9. Dear Life by Alice Munro
The characteristic stories were written by Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro is a story that can come from his own life is similar. They even have real flaws and oddities. The existence of Munro characters is almost professional. The point of Munro fiction compassion for their characters, and strong to save lives the poster to a full extent.
10. Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
This is an autobiographical story of a modern woman, success first not taken care of by life, then rediscovered. The book reminds all women what they really want – freedom, happiness and the ability to have a good time and live in harmony with you.
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