1. The Solitaire Mystery by Jostein Gaarder
“Is a 1990 fantasy novel by Jostein Gaarder, the Norwegian author of the best-selling Sophie’s World. Its main target audience is young adults, but the themes of the book transcend any age group.
The Solitaire Mystery, as with Sophie’s World, has a philosophical content but, unlike Sophie’s World, it does not explicitly mention philosophers and theories; thus readers of the book may be unaware that they are actually engaging in philosophy.” ~https://en.wikipedia.org
2. The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls
“The book recounts the unconventional, poverty-stricken upbringing Walls and her siblings had at the hands of their deeply dysfunctional parents.
The memoir spent a total of 261 weeks on The New York Times Best Seller list. By late 2007, The Glass Castle had sold over 2.7 million copies, had been translated into 22 languages, and received the Christopher Award, the American Library Association’s Alex Award (2006) and the Books for Better Living Award.” ~https://en.wikipedia.org
3. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter(1940) by Carson McCullers
“Is the début novel by the American author Carson McCullers; she was 23 at the time of publication. It is about a deaf man named John Singer who does not speak, and the people he encounters in a 1930s mill town in the US state of Georgia.” ~https://en.wikipedia.org
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