1. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance written by Robert M. Pirsing
The book is an inspiring tale of a father and a son on a motorcycle trip. The book entails the life hurdles and challenges.
2. Watership Down written by Richard Adams
The book is a tale of bedtime stories where a watership is followed by a series of evil rabbits, fox and rivers.
3. The Last Lecture written by Jeffrey Zaslow and Randy Pausch
The book entails a lecture where an American professor of computer science gives a famous lecture on how to achieve your childhood dreams.
4. A Short History of Nearly Everything written by Bill Bryson
The book also lists a guide to science and a short story to everything.
5. Man’s Search for Meaning written by Viktor Frankl
As the name says, the book is published in the year of 1946 and entails the experience of a man dealing with other people.
6. The Forever War Written by Joe Haldeman
The book is a story of a soldier in a Vietnam War and how he battles the mysterious alien race.
7. Cosmos written by Carl Sagan
The book details the 15 billion years of stunning cosmic history and touches gracefully the religion and philosophy.
8. Bartleby The Scrivener A Story of Wall-Street written by Herman Melville
The book is a tale of a man named Bartleby who willfully works in a New York law firm.
9. Maus A Survivor’s Tale written by Art Spiegelman
The book details the story of a Jewish survivor, his son and a cartoonist, who all desperately comes in terms with a father’s story.
10. For Whom the Bell Tolls written by Ernest Hemingway
A story of a young and an idealistic American demolitions expert who is fighting the 1937 Spanish civil war.
11. Kafka on the Shore written by Haruki Murakami
A Japanese novel listing two interrelated plots.
12. The Little Prince written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Story of a pilot who crashes a plane.
13. The Road written by Cormac McCarthy
Based on an apocalyptic nuclear writer.
14. One Hundred Years of Solitude written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Based on a magical realism.
15. East of Eden written by John Steinbeck
Story of two families
16. How to Win Friends and Influence People written by Dale Carnegie
The title says it all.
17. Crime and Punishment written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Story of a killer
18. The Brothers Karamazov written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Tale of family rivalry.
19. The Stranger written by Albert Camus
Story of a person learning his mother’s death.
20. Dune written by Frank Herbert
21. The Handmaid’s Tale written by Margaret Atwood
A mysterious story of women.