Nine modern books that’ll make you forget about sleeping

There are books which captivate us so much that we don’t even want to spend time sleeping and eating.
Bookish Buzz publishes for you a list of such novels — they’re simply unputdownable!

George R. R. Martin — ’A Song of Ice and Fire: A Game of Thrones’

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This novel needs no introduction. All of us have watched the TV series of the same name, or we have at least heard something about it. The events of the book take place on the continent of Westeros, where the characters are involved in a struggle for the throne. Royal intrigues, conspiracies, and war haunt the reader throughout the novel.

Gillian Flynn — ’Gone Girl’

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A married couple decides to celebrate their wedding anniversary, but suddenly one of the heroes of the occasion disappears. There are signs of a struggle and blood in the house. All the evidence points to the husband, but is he really guilty of his wife’s disappearance? The book makes us wonder how well we really know our soul mates.

Kazuo Ishiguro — ’Never Let Me Go’

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A dystopian novel with such a realistic plot that it chills to the bone. The alternative Britain of the late 20th century. There’s a private boarding school where the children study and put on school plays. But over time the pupils learn that their fate is organ donation and that they were created in order to save the terminally ill.

Markus Zusak — ’The Book Thief’

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January 1939, Germany. The tragic events in the country force a nine-year-old Liesel Meminger and her family to leave their home. On the road, her younger brother has to face an unwanted guest — death, which notices Liesel for the first time. The amazing story of a little girl who went through a lot, despite her young age.

Ian McEwan — ’Atonement’

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A profound and lyrical novel about love and treachery, about art and the mistakes for which someone has to pay for — for the rest of their life. A teenage girl writes ’a chronicle of lost time,’ childishly rethinking the events of adulthood. The book was filmed, and the film was presented at the Venice Film Festival, winning 2 Golden Globe Awards.


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