Nothing makes you feel better than the HP series. From beginning to end, JK Rowling delivers a stunning world of mischief and magic with heartfelt characters that leave you cheering for Harry, Ron and Hermonie. Classic books
Author: J. K. Rowling
First Published: 1997-06-26
#92 on The Best Novels Ever Written
#12 on Books Like The Hunger Gamessee more on Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Author: Garth Stein
First Published: 2008-01-01
Also Rankedsee more on The Art of Racing in the Rain
Overall, this novel will make you smille. With Owen's quick wit, charming persuasion and optimistic outlook on life, this book will make you wish you could meet a fellow quite so extraordinary.
Author: John Irving
First Published: 1989-03
Also Rankedsee more on A Prayer for Owen Meany
Ironically, this novel takes a bad situation and turns it humorous. Jeannette will leave you baffled by her outlandish upbringing but quite optimistic reflection. If you don't come out on the other side laughing at least you'll think to yourself "glad it wasn't me>"
Author: Jeannette Walls
First Published: 2005
#22 on The Best Non-Fiction eBookssee more on The Glass Castle
You know those books that make you feel like karma finally served its purpose? Will this is one of them. You will find yourself cheering from the sideline and growing fond of Kathryn's delightful and fresh characters.
Author: Kathryn Stockett
First Published: 2009-02-10
#36 on The Greatest American Novelssee more on The Help
Overcoming adversity will always leave a reader feeling light and happy and this novel is no exception. From the get go it divuldges into
Author: Cheryl Strayed
First Published: 2012-03-20
Also Rankedsee more on Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail
A followup to Something Borrowed, Emily describes Darcy's attempts to reel in her previously fabulous life and take matters into her own hands. A sappy chicklit that is just the right touch of humourous and misfortune.
Author: Emily Giffinsee more on Something blue
Two journeys from beginning to end, one born into wealth and the other into poverty. Read as their lives intertwine and Kane and Abel take you onto their turbulent but succesful journeys into the unknown
Author: Jeffrey Archer
First Published: 1979see more on Kane and Abel