Great Fiction Books for Non-Fiction Addicts

Fictions are one kind of imaginative art which is created by the book author. The author invents the story and makes up the imaginable characters, the storyline, the dialogue and sometimes the additional terms. A fictional work does not claim to show a true story. Alternatively, it plunges us in experiences, that we may never have in real life, instigates us to meet many types of people we may never else meet and takes us to scene we may never visit in any other way. Fiction can encourage us, fascinate us, scare us and engage us in new thought. It can assist us in seeing ourselves and our world in fresh and interesting ways.
It’s late in the evening, and you wrap up your whole work and sitting in a comfortable position on your favorite chair, you consider the books stacked on the nearby table. Let’s see, what you think, about the company? Definitely not! How about a biography of George Washington? Well, that might be interesting. Then you notice the happening mystery novel from one of your favorite authors. Excellent! You are definitely in a great mood for a good story. You will read the fiction book. What’s more, it’s often just simple fun!

There are some books which will definitely turn you into the addicted fiction reader.

• Zorba the Geek
This book pits the instinctive against the intellectual, the simpleton in averse to the intellectual, the simpleton against the over thinker. This book is a constant companion and reminder to step outside of your brain.
Zorba himself would have you believe that words are prodigal and books are a glib use of time (better spent dancing barefoot on the beach), but Zorba the Greek is filled like a grape leaf full of life-altering wisdom. For those gazing to release the inner wild man, live each day in passionate awe, and reconnect with nature, Zorba reminds us how to live completely, love lasciviously and admire a life in the present tense.

• Musashi

This is as thick as a Harry Potter book, probably thicker, but the pages are as rangy as onion skin. If you like and enjoy a good Samurai story – the wandering Ronin, epic battle scenes with a great deal of penetrating (wisdom), then you’ll enjoy Eiji Yoshikawa’s Musashi. It’s more than 100 million copies sold in Japan. Musashi’s transformation from talented yet conflicted young warrior with one of the exceptional swordsman of all time train you about critical thinking, strategizing, and ultimately, that there is much more to life than merely surviving. Musashi gratifies himself from nothing and rose from destitution to a legend.

• Stranger in a Strange Land

Sometimes we feel like we don’t quite fit in and Don’t want to follow society’s foolish rules. Then we can probably relate to human-born and Martian-raised Valentine Michael Smith. This is controversial 1960’s cult classic book by American author Robert Heinlein. It narrates the story of Valentine Michael Smith, a human who comes to Earth in early adulthood after being innate on the planet Mars and embossed by Martians. The novel explores the eventual variation of terrestrial culture. In 2012, the US Library of Congress specified it as one of the 88 “Books that Shaped America”.

• Ender’s Game

This the only book which is enlisted on Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page. If it’s nice enough to be the sole selection of the founder of Facebook, maybe there’s something to it. With an anticipation of another attack from a hostile alien race, the explore for a brilliant military strategist has led to Ender Wiggin.
The books tell about a space combat school, Ender stands out, demonstrating exceptional leadership and distinctive strategy. But it is lonely at the top for Ender, as he struggles with continued pressure from his instructors. Through the Ender’s journey, you’ll learn how to capitalize on our fortitude as well as exploit your adversaries’ weaknesses.

• Dune

To check the power of a rising Duke, a space emperor accomplishes a complex plan to gain control of all the major planets that has a monopoly of The Spice. But wait! The duke’s son is to emphasize the Messianic result of a breeding program, moved by space witches. Oh, and the Mentats? The snappy. If that all seems like gibberish, don’t despair. Dune presents, despite our synopsis, perhaps the most amazingly detailed and oddly believable fictional landscapes you’ve ever encountered.

These books are really fabulous to read and it will completely change your mind and will bring up the inspirational thought to direct your life.

Sachin Bhandare