Hey there Aesthetes!
Today I’m bringing you a list of novels with characters that can’t even take their hands from their favorite books.
by Roald Dahl
Matilda is the story of a little girl with a thirst for knowledge, a special power, and an uncaring family. She loves books so much that she ventures out to a local library and creates a world of her own. Some crazy adventures, an evil principle, a loving teacher and some good friends will accompany Matilda in this story while she fights for what’s right and teaches some adults a few very important lessons.
The Storied Life of A.J Filkry
By Gabrielle Zevin
“We are not quite novels. We are not quite short stories. In the end, we are collected works”
A.J Filkry’s life was stroked with tragedy and ever since then, everything has lost meaning for him. He can’t find solace with his books anymore. On top of that, his book store is experiencing the worst sales in its history and he just lost one of his most precious possessions: a collection of Poe Poems.
When a mysterious package arrives, it changes A.J’s life and the wonderful people that care about him.
The Little Paris Bookshop
by Nina George
“There are books that are suitable for a million people, others for only a hundred. There are even remedies—I mean books—that were written for one person only… A book is both medic and medicine at once. It makes a diagnosis as well as offering therapy. Putting the right novels to the appropriate ailments: that’s how I sell books.”
Monsieur Perdu treats books like the perfect remedy; he knows exactly what book to recommend based on a reader’s particular needs. He has mended many broken hearts and souls, except his own. Monsieur is haunted by the abandonment of his greatest love and ever since then, he has held onto a letter she left him. However, he has never dared to open it. Until one day, he finally does open it and sets on a journey to the South of France to discover the end of that story and his long-lost love. All of this with the help of a bestselling but blocked author and an Italian Chef.
The Bookish Life of Nina Hill
by Abbi Waxman
Nina’s life is perfect. At least according to her. She is the only child of a single mother, works in a bookstore, is part of a trivia team, has her cat Phill, and her books. Then she discovers that the father she never knew she had has died and it turns out she also has sisters, brothers, nieces, and nephews, and they all want to meet her. On top of that, Tom, her trivia nemesis, has turned out to be cute, funny, and deeply interested in getting to know her. Now Nina must face the real world and get out of her comfort zone, which has her panicking.
By Louisa May Alcott
The lives of the March sisters have not lost its magic even after all these years, and its many movie adaptations. Aspiring author Jo, fragile Beth, beautiful Meg, and romantic, spoiled Amy. Among topics such as love, death, war, and peace, you will grow with these girls, their dreams, their castles in the air, and how they fight to stay strong and united while life brings challenge after challenge.
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