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10 novels must read before you turn 30

We are all busy in our daily lives so much that nowadays it’s not easy to find some time for even our hobbies, but if you like reading than we have a list of novels that you should read before you turn 30. These novels are so good that even a person who can’t enjoy reading will get engaged in these for sure. Some are really highly motivational and inspiring ones. Let’s check it out. 


The Kite Runner
Written by an Afghan-American, Khaled Hosseini.
Published in 2003 by Riverhead books.
The story revolves around a young boy Amir from Kabul and set against a backdrop of events, the fall of Afghanistan’s monarchy, exodus of refugees to Pakistan and the united states, and the rise of the Taliban regime.


Love in the time of Cholera
Written by a Colombian, Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Published in 1985 in Spanish.
It is a sweet love story seems to be practical even today. The main characters of the novel are Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza, fall in love with each other. This one is really worth reading.


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Sherlock Holmes
Written by a British author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
First published in 1887.
It is about a fictional private detective who inspired many in real life and take investigation whole up to new level by forensic science and logical reasoning.


The Night Train at Deoli
Written by an Indian author of British descent, Ruskin Bond.
Published in 1990.
The Night Train at Deoli is a story of teenage admiration presented with great sensitivity. It expresses the narrator’s love for a poor basket-seller whom he meets at a small railway station.



The Da Vinci Code
Written by an American, Dan Brown.
Published in 2003 by Doubleday.
It is a mystery-detective novel, follows symbolist and cryptologist after a murder in Paris museum. The novel explores an alternative religious history. There is also a movie based on this.


Angels and Demons
Written by an American, Dan Brown.
Published in 2000 by Pocket books and then by Corgi Books.
It is a mystery-thriller, the story revolves around the character Robert Langdon. It shares elements such as conspiracies of secret societies, a single day time frame and the catholic church.


You can win
Written by an Indian, Shiv Khera.
Published in 1998.
The story which focused on achieving success through personal growth and a positive attitude.


Five point someone
Written by an Indian, Chetan Bhagat.
Published in 2004 by Rupa & Co.
The story is based on the lives of three friends whose delight on making it to one of the best engineering colleges in India is quickly crushes by the rigor and monotony of the academic work.


The Alchemist
Written by an Brazilian, Paulo Coelho.
First published in 1988 in Portuguese.
The story revolves around a young shepherd in his journey to Egypt, after having a dream of finding treasure there. It has been even recommended by the US president, Barack Obama.


The Monk who sold his Ferrari
Written by an Indian, Robin Sharma.
Published in 1997 by Harper Collins Publisher.
It is about the development of character and the discipline in life, conveys a message that one should live free and not just by working all the day.



Go get them all. Have a great time reading and we hope you will learn something new, motivating and inspiring.
Have a great day! 🙂


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