The general issues raised and the solutions offered by different writers are often a useful means of finding the most effective and practical solutions to our problems.
Specifically for this case, We selected the books that are worth reading before turning 30. Each of them is a unique treasure that will enrich your spirit world and make you smarter.
10. Scarlet Sails (Alexander Grin)
It is a beautiful and romantic fairy tale, known since childhood, about Assol and Gray and their unshakable faith in a dream.
The moral of the story is simple and clear: if you achieve a miracle for yourself and your loved one, it will surely happen!
9. A Clockwork Orange (Anthony Burgess)
One of the most popular novels in world literature, the main theme of which is Alex’s journey from youth to manhood. It is a filigree satire for society as a whole and for each of us separately.
The most impressive thing about the novel is the lack of morality in it. “Take life as it comes” is the motto of the novel.
8. The April Witch (Ray Bradbury)
It is a very simple and short story about unrequited love. One of the greatest lyrical writers of the 20th century explains to all young women that unrequited love is the most magical thing that can happen to us.
7. Lord of the Flies (William Golding)
This is a terrible story about entertaining British students on a desert island. The author portrays the inverted evaluation: civilized young children transform into evil and wild animals, cultivating fear and strength that leads to murder.
The story is about freedom, which implies responsibility and proves that youth has nothing to do with innocence.
6. Heaven Has No Favorites (Erich Maria Remarque)
An incredibly powerful novel by a great writer, whose prose never goes out of style. It is a beautiful and moving story about loneliness, great love, death, and the values of life.
5. 1984 (George Orwell)
Although the book was written in 1949, the literary and philosophical issues raised by the author remain current and relevant, even after 66 years.
The book is not recommended for vulnerable people, pregnant women, and people prone to suicide, but for others, it is simply a “must-read”!
4. To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper lee)
This story is written on behalf of a child who tells us about justice and the fight against prejudice.
It also includes topics on the danger of racial injustice, the problems of education, and true education.
Overall, it is a pleasure that over time you find more and more answers to your questions.
3. War and Peace (Leo Tolstoy)
We were literally forced to read this novel in school. However, you must read this amazing book when you are a young adult.
It is an undisputed masterpiece, featuring history, drama, and the people whose lives were intertwined in a fateful time.
2. Light Breathing (Ivan Bunin)
The story is about a student of Olya Mesherskaya, her femininity, and her first intimacy. “Light breathing” is the most significant quality of girls, which makes all men fall in love and is a little advice for girls to take life easy from time to time.
1. One Hundred Years of Solitude (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
Welcome to a very special world created by Mr. Márquez! Feel at ease in the hospitable house of the Buendía family! They are always ready to entertain but are often indifferent to each other.
There is a lot of sex and lust, but very little love. After reading this book, you will understand the importance of a loving family in the life of every human being.
Of course, the books mentioned above are not the only ones that we think should be read before the age of 30. There are so many other interesting stories waiting behind the scenes! So share your favorite books with us in the comments.