I want to read a novel.what do you think i should read?

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  • Andrew
    Lv 7
    2 years ago
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    Louis-Ferdinand Céline "Journey to the End of the Night"

    Jane Austen "Northanger Abbey"

    Honoré de Balzac "Père Goriot"

    Andrei Bely "Petersburg"

    William Boyd "Restless"

    Ray Bradbury "Fahrenheit-451"

    Charlotte Brontë "Jane Eyre"

    Emily Brontë "Wuthering Heights"

    Pearl S. Buck "The Good Earth"

    Charles Bukowski "Ham on Rye"

    Mikhail Bulgakov "The Master and the Margarita"

    Anthony Burgess "A Clockwork Orange"

    William S. Burroughs "Naked Lunch"

    Albert Camus "The Stranger"

    Truman Capote "In Cold Blood"

    John le Carré "A Perfect Spy"

    Lewis Carroll "Alice's Adventures Through the Looking Glass"

    Raymond Chandler "Farewell, My Lovely"

    Agatha Christie "And Then There Were None"

    Paulo Coelho "The Alchemist"

    J.M. Coetzee "Disgrace"

    Joseph Conrad "Victory"

    James Fenimore Cooper "The Last of the Mohicans"

    Daniel Defoe "Robinson Crusoe"

    Don DeLillo "Underworld"

    Philip K. Dick "VALIS"

    Charles Dickens "Great Expectations"

    Fyodor Dostoyevsky "The Double"

    Alexandre Dumas "The Count of Monte Cristo"

    George Eliot "Middlemarch"

    Ralph Ellison "Invisible Man"

    Jeffrey Eugenides "Middlesex"

    Mick Farren "Their Master's War"

    William Faulkner "The Sound and the Fury"

    F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Great Gatsby"

    Gustave Flaubert "Madame Bovary"

    Ian Fleming "Casino Royale"

    Jonathan Safran Foer "Everything Is Illuminated"

    Ken Follett "The Pillars of the Earth"

    Ford Madox Ford "The Good Soldier"

    G.M. Ford "Red Tide"

    Jonathan Franzen "The Corrections"

    Alex Garland "The Beach"

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe "The Sorrows of Young Werther"

    William Golding "The Lord of the Flies"

    Günter Grass "The Tin Drum"

    Graham Greene "Brighton Rock"

    Dashiell Hammett "The Maltese Falcon"

    Thomas Hardy "Tess of the d'Urbervilles"

    Nathaniel Hawthorne "The House of the Seven Gables"

    Joseph Heller "Catch-22"

    Ernest Hemingway "A Farewell to Arms"

    S.E. Hinton "The Outsiders"

    Aldous Huxley "Brave New World"

    John Irving "A Prayer For Owen Meany"

    Henry James "The Golden Bowl"

    Franz Kafka "The Castle"

    Jack Kerouac "The Dharma Bums"

    Ken Kesey "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"

    Rudyard Kipling "Kim"

    Karl Ove Knausgård "My Struggle"

    Arthur Koestler "Darkness At Noon"

    D.H. Lawrence "The Rainbow"

    Harper Lee "To Kill A Mockingbird"

    Jonathan Lethem "Motherless Brooklyn"

    Jack London "Martin Eden"

    Malcolm Lowry "Ultramarine"

    Norman Mailer "The Naked and the Dead"

    Bernard Malamud "The Assistant"

    Thomas Mann "The Magic Mountain"

    Gabriel García Márquez "One Hundred Years of Solitude"

    W. Somerset Maugham "Of Human Bondage"

    Cormac McCarthy "The Road"

    Herman Melville "Typee"

    Henry Miller "Tropic of Cancer"

    Haruki Murakami "Kafka on the Shore"

    Vladimir Nabokov "Despair"

    George Orwell "1984"

    Sylvia Plath "The Bell Jar"

    Thomas Pynchon "The Crying of Lot 49"

    Philip Roth "The Dying Animal"

    Mary Shelley "Frankenstein"

    Nevil Shute "On the Beach"

    Upton Sinclair "The Jungle"

    Alexander Solzhenitsyn "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich"

    John Steinbeck "Cannery Row"

    Stendhal "The Red and the Black"

    Bram Stoker "Dracula"

    Leo Tolstoy "Anna Karenina"

    Dalton Trumbo "Johnny Got His Gun"

    Ivan Turgenev "Fathers and Sons"

    Mark Twain "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

    William T. Vollmann "The Ice-Shirt"

    John Updike "Rabbit, Run"

    Leon Uris "Trinity"

    William T. Vollmann "Whores For Gloria"

    Kurt Vonnegut "Bluebeard"

    Evelyn Waugh "Scoop"

    H.G. Wells "The War of the Worlds"

    Dennis Wheatley "The Devil Rides Out"

    Virginia Woolf "To the Lighthouse"

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    "Infinite Jest" by David Foster Wallace.

  • 2 years ago

    The blind owl written by Sadegh Hedayat

    The metamorphosis written by Kafka

    Source(s): My favourite books
    • Mel2 years agoReport

      I have read the first one:)thanks

  • audrey
    Lv 7
    2 years ago

    Gone with the Wind.

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  • 2 years ago

    game of thrones. it's different than the HBO series by season 3.

  • 2 years ago

    After by Anna Todd, I'm in love with this book series.

  • Not
    Lv 4
    2 years ago

    I think you will regret reading a novel when you could have done something you need. Read a textbook in medicine.

  • 2 years ago

    Harry Potter

  • 2 years ago

    Demonata

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