Five Unique Books You Must Read In Your Life

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There are some books that give you an unconventional reading experience. Some of these books have a unique narrative style and some of them are very radical in their thoughts. These books surely grab you with the style in which they are written breaking all conventional thought process. So without much delay here’s a list of 5 unique books if you want to have a unique reading experience:

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

This book is about a murder mystery of a dog which a young 15 year old autistic kid called Adrian mole tries to solve. Follow the trail of this murder mystery through the eyes of this kid. In parts humorous and in parts very philosophical too, this is one book that you should read for its uniqueness in story telling.

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

This story is about a boy called Pi who is the lone human survivor of a shipwreck on a life boat. The twist in the tale is that the lifeboat is also occupied by an orangutan, a zebra, a hyena and a Bengal tiger. How does pi survive and what are the things he learns in this adventure? Go find out.

The White Tiger by Arvind Adiga

This is a story about a landless laborer in India who becomes a successful entrepreneur. On his way he bends a lot of rules, even committing murder and still holding up his head. A telling story of life in India .Read it for its sheer blunt humor. Did I mention it also won the man booker prize?

The Fire OF Truth by Osho

This book by the world renowned Indian mystic Osho breaks all barriers of the society and makes you think whether you are truly living your own life. Written in a question answer format this book will blow your mind with its sheer radical approach to life and society. Read this book to simply open your mind to the mystic called Osho.

Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

This is less of a book and more of an epic. This book is about the true story of the author Gregory David Roberts who escapes from an Australian prison and comes to Bombay. What enfolds is a tale of love, philosophy and morals sailing through Bombay, Afghanistan and many other places. This is one book which you will either hate or love.


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