6 Superb Recommendations For a Clueless Reader

6 Superb Recommendations For a Clueless Reader

Recommending a book to someone is easy and difficult at the same time because of the fact that there are so many books to recommend, however, one can never really know where should the begin from, what genre to pick, what collection, what kind of setting, and more, the list just goes on and on. Things get even more difficult when the reader asking for recommendations is not sure about what they want to read themselves. So let’s take a look at some awesome books that can be recommended to pretty much anyone without having to worry about the details.

The Immortalists By Chloe Benjamin

Under the cover of The Immortalists, lies a stunningly well written story that offers s gripping plot, an interesting cast of characters, and many more elements that make the book really enjoyable. It is one of those books that you are bound to get absorbed in, which makes it an incredibly recommendation friendly read.

Electric Arches By Eve L.Ewing

Guaranteed to be loved by all poetry fans, this book takes a variety of elements and uses them to write incredibly unforgettable poems revolving around a variety of topics, and the best part is that every poem tells a story in a really intuitive manner, which makes this book as thought provoking as it is fun to read.

Cloud Atlas By David Mitchell

What makes this book so recommendation friendly is that it has a bit of everything in it, the story follows the lives of six separate characters, each character’s story being set in different genres. There are elements of a dystopian tale, crime fiction, and also historical fiction, all of which are well-written enough to be a joyful solo read, and when read together, they create an incredibly intricate tale that is worthy of being referred to as a masterpiece.

Wade in The Water By Tracy K. Smith

This book takes a look at the many social problem that America has been facing for a very long time now, including sexism, racism, xenophobia, and a variety of other forms of marginalization. The book lets us explore its content through the eyes of a black woman, a poet, a mother, and an individual living in the present.

Delicate Edible Birds By Lauren Groff

Lauren Groff’s Fates and Furies might have made her famous, but it is not the only read worthy book that she has penned, her short story collection Delicate Edible Birds is a superb book for anyone who wants to read inspirational tales about women standing against violence that they face in society.

The History of Bees By Maja Lunde

This book might sound like a boring documentary on the origins of bees, but in fact, it is a pretty lively novel that follows the lives of American, Chinese, and US beekeepers that are set many years apart from one another. The book’s ending neatly brings all these stories together to provide a very satisfying and worthwhile ending.