21) The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
This book took all of my head into it. It was so clever, and complicated, and extremely brilliant. There were times when the book had really tough language but the message the book sent across was honestly great.
22) The God of Small Things by Arundati Roy
This was one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever read. The book talked about two siblings(brother and sister) and their lives and the lives of their parents and the lives of their relatives. It was so extremely beautifully written and it’s definitely a must read for everyone. The most heartbreaking line was: ‘And she mourned the death of a man she had once loved, and her kids had once loved.’
23) A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler
I had wanted to read this book all year and it certainly did not disappoint. I was hooked from chapter one and finished the book in three days.
24) The Listerdale Mystery by Agatha Christie
*hides from you because too many Agatha Christie’s in one year* This was another short stories book and as good as the rest of her books.