Dive into the world of literature with these 10 must-read books, starting with letter G.
“Gone with the Wind” is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Margaret Mitchell, first published in 1936.
“Good Omens” is a witty, darkly comedic novel co-authored by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, published in 1990.
“Girl, Interrupted” is a poignant and compelling memoir by Susanna Kaysen, published in 1993.
Geek Love” is a captivating and unique novel by Katherine Dunn, published in 1989. The story follows the Binewskis.
“Ghosts” is a witty and insightful contemporary novel by Dolly Alderton, published in 2020.
“Gone Girl” is a gripping psychological thriller by Gillian Flynn, published in 2012. The novel follows the story of Nick and Amy Dunne.
“Gravity’s Rainbow” is a dense, complex, and highly acclaimed novel by Thomas Pynchon, published in 1973.
“Giovanni’s Room” is a groundbreaking novel by James Baldwin, published in 1956. Set in 1950s Paris, the story follows David.
“Great Expectations” is a classic coming-of-age novel by Charles Dickens, published in 1861. The story follows the life of young orphan Pip.
Go Set a Watchman” is a novel by Harper Lee, published in 2015. Initially written before her classic “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the manuscript was rediscovered and released as a stand-alone novel.