This time, we’ll be delving into the realm of titles beginning with the intriguing letter ‘I’.
The book consists of nine interconnected short stories, exploring the complex relationship between humans and robots.
Maya Angelou explores the themes of identity, racism, and resilience in her book. Set in the American South during the 1930s and 1940s.
Author James Baldwin, explores love, injustice, and family dynamics in 1970s Harlem.
“Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison is a seminal work of American literature published in 1952.
Published in 1999, the book delves into the complexities of human emotions, relationships, and cultural identity.
“Into Thin Air” is a gripping true story by Jon Krakauer, recounting the harrowing 1996 Mount Everest disaster.
It is a gripping, true story of Christopher McCandless, a young man who renounces society and embraces nature.
The story follows Robert Neville, the last human survivor in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by vampiric creatures resulting from a global pandemic.
An allegory of the soul’s quest for redemption, “Inferno” explores themes of sin, punishment, and divine justice.
Stephen King’s “It” is a chilling horror novel that delves into the dark recesses of childhood fears and the power of friendship.