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What are the best fiction books of all time?

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Manish Agarwal

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Fiction books have a way of taking you to places and situations you have never been to or don’t even exist. When it comes to choosing the best book of all times, especially in a fictional genre, you will find that everyone has a distinctive list of books they love.

Here we have compiled a list of books that are considered to be the most significant works and are being loved despite the changing times.

  1. Hamlet: Speaking of fiction books, the list would be incomplete without the mention of Shakespeare and what we have here is one of the most important pieces of literature, Hamlet. It is, of course, a tragedy, and it has everything from melodrama, romance, betrayal, royalty, and whatnot. It is definitely among the most fictitious stories of all time.
  2. To kill a mocking bird: Written by Harper Lee, this book has withstood the test of time captivating readers beyond decades with a plot stays evergreen till date. It is encapsulating the struggle of a small town in the south of America as it faces injustice, racism, etc. This is a must-read book in the fiction novella list.
  3. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: The story by the famous author Mark Twain, it revolves around a boy by the name of Huckleberry Finn. The story chronicles around the adventures of this weak and uneducated Huck who goes on an experience on a raft down the river of Mississippi with Jim, a runaway slave.
  4. Alice in Wonderland: Lewis Carroll is the author of this famous novel which is about a small girl Alice who tumbles down a rabbit hole to find herself in a completely different world. The adventure has her traveling to unknown terrains, in various forms, meeting different animals and making new friends. Quite an interesting read, especially for children!
  5. Wuthering Heights: From Emily Bronte, this is a novel that features quite a few flashbacks. It features the story of an orphan by the name of Heathcliff who is adapted to the house called Wuthering Heights and his companionship with Catherine Earnshaw, a girl whose mother died when giving birth to her who is also very strong-willed.

There are of course plenty of other fictional stories that you would want to read. From the Pride and Prejudice of Jane Austen to the Harry Potter Series of J.K. Rowling, many books will take you on a beautiful ride out of the ordinary.

Also read:  What are the best non-fiction books of all time?


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