We have compiled the list of the best books in the world by the readers’ vote. Each work has its own role and meaning, so you should read it before the age of 25 to have more motivation in your life and work.
Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
This super classic work by writer Jane Austen is honored to be on the list of the best books in the world to read. The book is a confrontation between Elizabeth Bennet, the daughter of a middle-class family, and Fitzwilliam Darcy – a wealthy landlord.
Her pride in her class and her possessions and stereotypes about her family’s inferior status made Darcy want to stay away from her at first. While Elizabeth, because of her pride and pride in having prejudice about manliness, has become a girl unlike the other girls around Darcy.
1984 – George Orwell
This is the best book in the world denouncing the fascist or communist dictatorship that the book content has been restricted for distribution in a number of countries around the world. The book clearly depicts the dictatorial machinery and the terrifying human condition deprived of freedom into a horde of obedient slaves serving an anonymous, inhumane rulership.
While writing a book he was struggling with death and he died in early 1950 when it was published a few months later. This is considered a will to warn humanity against the dangerous threat of the extreme dictatorship.
Crime And Punishment – Fyodor Dostoyevsky
The world’s best book by Russian master novel author F. Dostoevsky. The story is about a poor student Raxkônnikop because he was too lost and killed two old pawns. In the following days, Raxkônnikop fell into a new tragedy, a great spiritual crisis.
The more he tries to hide his guilt, the more embarrassed he becomes. The work is a masterpiece filled with love between people and people to stop inner tensions.
Howling Windy Hill – Emily Brontë
Classic tales of unruly love and intense possessive ambitions as well as the mystery of Catherine Earnshaw. The family has the rebellious Earnshaw daughter of the rough and insane man Heathcliff. When society and fate came against them with their fierce nature and extreme jealousy, they destroyed them. So the whole time those two loved ones lived in hatred and despair so death only had meaning in the beginning.
One Hundred Years of Solitude – Gabriel García Márquez
One of the 25-year-old books you should read by Columbia author Gabriel García Márquez when he won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1982. The main content is the story of the Buenyan family that has existed for seven generations, the first. The first was tied to a tree and the last was eaten by ants, a family that exiled themselves into the lonely realm to escape incest.
While living alone with a tragic fate, Amaranta was born unsteady in loneliness and nostalgia, anxious to commit incest. But then they still love each other fiercely and married with the hope that love will improve their race. The truth is not as they think they still give birth to offspring with pig tails and it is the end of the Buddya family.