Reading culture is not for all high school students, especially if you don’t get the right book to keep you glued from the beginning to the end. You need the right books to keep your reading culture alive. Some books may not articulate the content and concept in a more logical way that will give a flow a make you enjoy the read. Here are samples of carefully selected books from ‘what high school students like’ that can make you enjoy reading.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The book is a centerpiece of American literature. In this book, Lee explains the personality of different people in the story that will help you understand and appreciate human behavior. The entire content is a love story that captures the reader’s attention. From the literature, you experience a collection of traits such as loving, kind, hatred, cruelty, among others. It is a book worthy of a read before the year ends.
Animal Farm by George Orwell
George Orwell has the best content that explains the allegory of the oppressed society of the mistreated and the overworked animals. It further illustrates their quest to create a paradise of justice and progress. From the work, we all appreciate the revolutionary animals’ rise and fall, which is a replica of the most charismatic leaders and the hearts of the cruelest oppressor. Reading this book will keep your memories refreshing every time you interact with leaders from different walks of life.
The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri
In this book, the author navigates a different journey that begins in a shadowed forest in 1300 on a good Friday. The story illustrates the journey, which depicts the peaks of human experiences. The author’s work takes centerpiece of literature that others recognize as the center of all other poets.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
This book highlights a story that is a crafted tale of America in the 1920s. It is the author’s third book that has made readers wonder over the story of a fabulous character who dominated the work for the love of a beautiful lady and lavish parties.
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
The book is about a political prisoner who reunites with the family and meets his daughter in England after 18 years. After prison life, the lives of two unrelated men, a French aristocrat who was exiled and a disreputable brilliant lawyer, all portray love for a lady. The book further illustrates their life through the streets of London, Paris, and as they fall under the La Guillotine shadow.
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
Do you want to read about all the authors saw in the sunset? It was amazing that the author had the same sunset experience, just like it is for other viewers. From the experience, the author believes to be viewing the same sunset as the other party.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Read about what the author thinks about the far future, where the world’s controllers create an ideal society. By intelligent use of technology such as genetic engineering, recreational sex, drugs, and brainwashing, all the society members seem to be happy consumers. Huxley’s ingenious fantasy of the future offers a blazing light of the present that takes the center of this literary work.
1984 by George Orwell
Maybe you don’t know what to love too much, than you may wish people to understand you. From the book, you appreciate the creative imaginary narration from this great novelist who creates a virtual world that keeps you glued to the novel right from the beginning.
Lord of the Flies by William Golding
After going through the work done in this book, you will try to understand what went wrong after doing all that adults could do. The book has changed the shape of American literature. Apart from the deep narration on racial divide and unparalleled truth about the nature of the bigotry, this book creates an entirely new model of what a novel should be.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
The novel is one of its kind that portrays creative work explained is a distinctive dazzling manner. The story is centered on a fashionable young man who sells his soul for beauty and external youth. In his creative work, you read about Dorian Gray, who takes the stage of the story and gets suppressed by the walks he goes through while developing the whole storyline of the novel.