Top 10 Best Books to Read on Vacation
• Vacation is a wonderful time to rest your body and soul. By the way, nothing is more conducive to a good rest than reading an interesting book under the gentle rays of the sun and the measured whisper of the waves.
Today we made Top 10 Best Books to Read on Vacation. The top ten includes a variety of books, but each of them is ideal as a vacation reading.
10. M. Binci "Italian Lessons"
In the story, eight previously complete strangers miraculously approach each other while attending Italian language classes in one of the Dublin schools. Binchi's books traditionally become bestsellers due to the fascinating plot and excellent style.
9. A. Christie "Murder on the golf course"
Not the most hyped detective by Agatha Christie, meanwhile, has a fascinating storyline. As usual, the ending of the story is completely unexpected and only the incomparable Hercule Poirot can guess who the killer is.
8. F.S. Fitzgerald "The Great Gatsby"
More recently, the novel was filmed, which undoubtedly spurred readers' interest in the original source. And no matter how well the film was shot, he could not convey the excellent style and magnificent style of Fitzgerald.
7. S. Maugham "Razor's Edge"
Classic, but classic is light and elegant. The picture of the life of the intelligentsia in the period between the World Wars is written truthfully, vitally and very beautifully. Many of the described types are often found today.
6. D. Rubina "Russian Canary"
A real family saga, the main link in which is a canary named Zheltukhin. Two volumes of the novel describe the fate of two families from Alma-Ata and Odessa. The book contains many descriptions of different places – apple orchards, a communal apartment, a Viennese cafe.
5. T. Weiner “CIA. True story"
The book was written by a Pulitzer Prize winner. The work is based on hundreds of archival documents, numerous interviews with veterans, acting agents, as well as former CIA leaders.
4. I. Rankin "Tic-tac-toe"
Rankin's novels are a great British detective with a unique Scottish accent. The protagonist is detective John Rebus, who takes on the solution of any, even the most complex crime.
3. K. Ferguson "Stephen Hawking: life and science"
In search of an answer to the question "What to read on vacation?" an ideal option could be a biography of an extraordinary scientist. Ferguson, in his biography of the great astrophysicist, focuses not so much on Hawking's scientific discoveries as on life's problems, family, and relationships with colleagues.
2. I. Banks “Pure product. In Search of the Perfect Whiskey
Banks is a famous author of neo-gothic novels. And quite unexpectedly, from under his pen comes a kind of "mix" of travel notes, the traditions of whiskey production and the culture of its use. Naturally, writing about such a drink as whiskey is excellent for a Scot, especially one who is known for his addiction to national treasures.
1. G.G. Marquez "One Hundred Years of Solitude"
Far from being light reading, it is a surprisingly gripping book written in the genre of magical realism. The novel has been translated into 35 different languages. It is noteworthy that in the book there are practically no dialogues, as well as direct speech. The plot is based on the story of the Buendia family, whose birth curse was loneliness. An amazing book about people, describing both the unique look and spirit of Colombia.