2019 witnessed an increase in readership as a plethora of novels have been introduced that have blown our minds away! Some of these amazing novels are pretty cool to read and offer an interesting portrayal of emotions that will touch your heart.
Mostly Dead Things by Kristen Arnett
The debuting novel of Kristen Arnett, Mostly Dead Things was a huge success. The novel is narrated around a woman who is learning to live for herself. This woman is going through a very tough time and is having a past that keeps on troubling her. She tries to move on from the suicide of her father and her partner with whom she had a breakup. Every character in the novel is written so nicely that you can imagine each and every scene in your mind. The novel is filled with mixed genres such as humor, seriousness and shows domestic fiction.
The Nickel Boys: A Novel by Colson Whitehead
The novel is non-fictional and is based on reform school which was active for one hundred and eleven years caging the students for so many years. The Nickel Boys is a book dedicated to bro code and honesty in friendship. The story of the novel revolves around a juvenile reformatory named Nickel Academy which claims to train boys in perfect and honest men. But in reality, it is like a jail very the students are beaten and sexually assaulted by the staff and corruption in the academy is so active that one can easily sense it.
The Topeka School: A Novel by Ben Lerner
The Topeka School is a novel that revolves around a family and their struggle. The boy named Adam is one of the famous boys in his school who is one of the bravest and coolest senior, studies in Topeka School. His father and mother (who is also a feminist author) work at a psychiatric clinic which is worldwide famous and all the locals and foreigners prefer to visit this clinic.
The Water Dancer (Oprah’s Book Club): A Novel, by Ta-Nehisi Coates
The water dancer is a perfect thriller novel. The novel written by Ta-Nehisi Coates binds you with the story throughout the reading. It is a story about a young boy Hiram Walker whose mother was sold out and all his memory was erased in exchange for some powers. These same mysterious powers save him when he almost got drowned into a river. The novel signifies the culture of slavery.
I Miss You When I Blink by Mary Laura Philpott
I Miss You When I Blink by Mary Laura Philpott is among the best novels of 2019 which you should surely read and you will also find it very relatable. The story revolved around a girl who feels more incomplete and empty when she achieves everything on her to-do list.
Formation: A woman’s Memoir of Stepping Out of Line by Ryan Leigh Dostie
In a world full of overrated masculinity a woman walks the journey to prove herself when a fellow soldier rapes her and nobody believes her. The story starts when she is hired as a linguist in the army. After the rape incident which was really unexpected for her, she finds herself more isolated and shocked when the bad news does not stop and she hears about continuous wars going on. The novel is overall about a woman fighting for herself and to show what powerful worth she has.
Disappearing Earth: A novel by Julia Philips
Disappearing Earth is the debuting novel of Julia Philips. The storyline of this ultimate novel starts from Kamchatka in Russia’s the Far East. Things turn weird when two sisters go missing. Things go more mysterious when police start an investigation but do not find even single evidence or clue. The novel has woven the culture of Russia very beautifully.