Are you into reading fiction? Here are the top 15 picks for you to read and revisit.
The production of non-factual written compositions is known as fiction writing. Fictional composition is frequently created as a tale intended to entertain or express an author’s point of view. This can result in a short story, book, novella, screenplay, or drama. All are forms (but not the only ones) of fictional literary genres.
Categories of Fiction
There are two types of fiction that reviewers and scholars are divided into:
The subject matter or category that authors choose is a genre. Fantasy, science, and detective fiction are examples of genres. Genre writing, also defined as popular fiction, is a type of storyline fiction. It is produced with both the intention of fitting within a certain literary form. It tries to entice to readers and enthusiasts who already are familiar with such a genre.
Famous, corporate, or genre literature is sometimes compared with literary genre. Some may have defined the distinction with them as analysing fact (literary) but instead of evading reality (popular). Whether you are looking to read genre or literary fiction, here are the 15 most famous fiction series that you would never miss:
Harry Potter by JK Rowlings
J.K. Rowling created the fictitious character Harry Potter, a young wizard. His adolescent adventures were the topic of seven popular novels. These books got made into 8 movies. A drama and a novel of its scripts got published in 2016. Inside the novel, the main character Harry Potter is as an orphan boy. He has an abusive family which comprises of his guardian aunt, uncle and their son.
Moving forward with the story, Harry learns on his eleventh birthday that his parents were both witches and wizards. He gets admitted to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He also discovers that his parents were not killed in a car accident. They got murdered by a terrible wizard named Voldemort. Harry was the only person to have ever escaped Voldemort’s attack. This event left him with a lightning-bolt-shaped scar on his forehead.
It somehow reversing the latter’s death curse. Indeed, Harry’s strange survival had nearly killed Voldemort. He became disembodied. The little child became a well-known figure in the wizarding society because of this. Harry makes close friends with Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger at Hogwarts. He finds a competitor in Draco Malfoy as he was undertaken as the wing of the school’s guidance counsellor. Harry’s narrative continues in 2016 play (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child). Where, Harry gets married to Ginny Weasley in the film. They have three children: Albus Severus, James Sirius, and Lily Luna. Despite working for the Ministry of Magic, Harry struggles with his history.
The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis
Narina is a series of seven children books:
- Prince Caspian (1951),
- The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952),
- The Silver Chair (1953),
- The Horse and His Boy (1954),
- The Magician’s Nephew (1955),
- The Last Battle (1956),
- The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (1950).
This novel is a magical fiction classic, and that it has inspired many other magical works.
CS Lewis, devoted the very first novel to his granddaughter Lucy Barfield and named the fictitious Lucy Pevensie, who appears inside the series alongside her brothers Peter, Susan, and Edmund. Many Lewis experts think believe it is best to study the novels in the order they were published. Pauline Baynes created the original artwork. The novels in the collection were also adapted into radio, television, theatre, and cinema productions.
The Hunger Games
A Suzanne Collins’s 2008 futuristic novel The Hunger Games got published in the USA. It’s also told in the voice of Katniss Everdeen. She is a 16-year-old girl in the post-apocalyptic republic of Panem in North America. The Capitol, a sophisticated city, has political power well over vast majority of the country. The Hunger Games is a yearly spectacle. In this, a boy and girl aged 12–18 of each of the Capitol’s 12 districts get picked at random. They have to engage in a televised combat contest to a death.
Scholastic released The Hunger Games in hardback on September 14, 2008. This launch was with a cover made by Tim O’Brien. This version got published in paperback, audiobook, and digital formats. The amazing fact about the book is it has translations into 26 languages. The publication rights sold in 38 regions since its first release. This book is the first of a series, including Catching Fire (2009) and Mockingjay (2009). (2010). Collins herself written and co-produced the film adaption. It got directed by Gary Ross.
The Twilight Saga
Stephenie Meyer’s The Twilight Saga is a set of four vampire-themed fiction romance novels. They arrived yearly from 2005 to 2008. The story starts with Isabella “Bella” Swan. She is a girl who travels to Forks, Washington, from Phoenix, Arizona. She finds love with a 104-year-old vampire called Edward Cullen. This series is often recounted from Bella’s point of view. Only the conclusion of Twilight and Part II of Breaking Dawn are from the perspective of Jacob Black. He is a werewolf. Breaking Dawn received the 2008 British Book Award for Children’s Book of the Year. The series as a whole won the 2009 Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Book.
Locke & Key
The Locke & Key is an American marvel comic series. The series’ writer is Joe Hill. This story has a sequential manner. During the American Revolution, a rebel group shelters under the current Keyhouse. They find a connection towards another realm, the deserts of Leng. This area is teeming with devils that can enchant and control anybody who sees them. Whenever the demons enter the actual world, they become “whispering” iron.
Teenage smith Benjamin Locke helps build into mystical keys. This includes the Omega Key, which locks the dimension’s door. In 1988, a group of youths plan to open the black door with the Omega Key. They intend to fool a demon into entering the actual world. The purpose is to give more metal with which to produce more keys. Rendell Locke’s brother joins the group. These doors fascinate him. But, when trying to walk it through, Dodge stops him. This makes him slip his hand through the door, and he gets possessed by a demonic creature.
Inspired on Brian McGreevy’s novel, Hemlock Grove follows Peter Rumancek. He is a Gypsy lad and possible werewolf. Roman Godfrey, heir of a town affluent family, on their quest to uncover. They put an end to a string of brutal killings that have haunted their little Pennsylvania town.
J. R. R. Tolkien’s, The Hobbit is a children’s fantasy novel. The book is still read and considered a classic in children’s literature. The Hobbit is in Tolkien’s imaginary universe. It is about chronicles the adventure of the famous hobbit, Bilbo Baggins. He wants to gain a part of the wealth protected by a dragon named Smaug. Bilbo’s adventure keeps him away into his happy and pastoral environment.
The Lord of the Rings
The Lord of the Rings is an ancient rising novel written by J. R. R. Tolkien, an English novelist and scholar. The narrative is in Middle-earth. It depicts Earth at a certain distant period in the past. It started as a sequel to Tolkien’s 1937 children’s book The Hobbit, but grew into a much bigger work. The Lord of the Rings came in phases between 1937 & 1949. It is among the strongest books of all time, with over 150 million units worldwide.
A Girl Like Her by Talia Hibbert
A Girl Like That, the first book in the Ravenswood series, continues to follow Ruth. She thinks about her past, and Evan, her next-door neighbour. Evan tries to help Ruth come out of her shell, but she’s not sure she can put her heart in his hands. Every book in this series contains a romantic cliche.
Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
The Kingdom of Winter was overrun. Its residents enslaved sixteen years ago, abandoning them without magic or a king. The last chance of independence for the Winterians is the 8 captives. They have escaped and have since been waiting for the chance to reclaim winter’s power. They want to rebuild their kingdom since then. Meira got orphaned as a baby at winter’s defeat and has spent her whole life as a refugee. She will do everything to assist winter reclaim her throne, despite her training as a warrior. She shares an undying love for her closest friend, winter’s future king.
A girl flees an arranged marriage and finds refuge with a nunnery. Where she gets training to be an assassin. It’s incredible the way the trilogy begins. Each novel has a different perspective. Each from point of a convent-trained girl but all three are rich in, great world building, historical mystery, and love.
The City of Brass
The City of Brass follows Nahri. She is a beautiful con woman from Cairo. She is on her adventure to uncover her actual origins. She is the sole descendant of a governing class of super-powerful creatures known as daevas. They are sometimes known as djinn by humans. Nahri lived in eighteenth Cairo, where she makes a career by duping Ottoman aristocrats. But, during a game, she summons a strange djinn warrior named Dara, forcing her to escape the city. The two go together to Daevabad, the mythical City of Bras. Here Nahri’s mere presence might spark a centuries-old battle.
To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird won the Pulitzer Prize for literature in 1961. It was adapted it in to an Academy Award-winning picture in 1962. This provided the novel and its characters new life and impact in American society. Its writer is Harper Lee, who is one of the most important novelists of all time. Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird came in 1960 and became a literary classic. Through the naive wide eyes of a brilliant little girl called Jean Louise ‘Scout’ Finch, the story tackles prejudice in the American South.
The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is the best work. Teachers can use it for teaching learners to read literature in a critical manner. The novel is from the perspective of a young man. His name is Nick Carraway. He has recently relocated to New York City. Nick became friends with his quirky new rich neighbor, Jay Gatsby. Gatsby had strange beginnings. The Great Gatsby offers an insider’s view of the Jazz Age. This age was in the early 20th century in U.S history. The novel also criticizes the concept of American Dream.
The Wizard of Oz
The Great Wizard of Oz is a children’s novel written and drawn by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by W. W. Denslow. The book follows the journey of Dorothy. She is a young Kansas farm girl. Living in the mythical Land of Oz, she and her pet dog Toto went away from their family by a tornado. When she arrives in Oz, she discovers she will not be able to go home unless she has defeated the Wicked Witch of the West.
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