All Women's Talk

Hate Reading? These Unbelievably Amazing Books Will Turn Any Non-Reader into a Bookworm ...

By Lauren

People who love to read don’t understand those who don’t. Some non-readers just can’t be persuaded by any argument about the joy a good book can bring. Others just need their passion to be ignited. If you haven’t read a good book for a while and want to rediscover the joy of reading, here are some to try:

1 Eleanor and Park

Eleanor and Park You have probably had a bellyful of teenage romance thanks to the Twilight et al series, but this book goes through the motions without the plates of cheese and wanting stares. It is a little easier to connect with the characters in this book.

Buy at

2 Love Stories from WWII

Love Stories from WWII Here is a book you can get out if you fancy a cry. It is a book full of love stories that are set in the Second World War. It shows you another time when couples had to suffer through a conflict that seemed like it may go on forever.

Buy at

3 Redefining Realness

Redefining Realness The author Janet Mock takes you through her life as a trans woman whilst growing up in Hawaii. It takes you through her path to womanhood in a way that will help you understand the title a little better.

Buy at

4 Breaking Addiction

Breaking Addiction This is not a piece of fiction, but is one of the most amazing books on this list because it redefines how you see people with addiction. It shows how a housewife may be driven to addiction through something as simple as feeling helpless about her marriage.

Buy at

5 The Woman in White

The Woman in White This is a book by Wilkie Collins and it was written in 1899. It is literally up there in the region of inspiring books because many believe it inspired the entire mystery/sensation genre. It is a mystery novel, but it could be the very first, so it is worth a read.

Buy at

6 The Bell Jar

The Bell Jar This is a classic book that you may have read in college or school. It takes a little getting into as you read through the life of Esther Greenwood, but after a while, you will find yourself wishing you had found this book a lot earlier.

Buy at

7 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn This is a book about a young girl that grows up in Brooklyn against a backdrop of poverty. You find out about friendship, family love, romance, and hope. It shows you how difficult living can sometimes be without it making you depressed.

Buy at

8 Think and Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich Besides the bible, this book has sold more copies than any other in the western world. Your Harry Potter books may have sold at ten every second, but when you compare it with how many copies of this book has been sold since its creation in 1937, there’s no comparison. People still agree it is the best book ever written on becoming rich. It is especially good if you have a goal in life that you want to achieve.

Buy at

9 Columbine

Columbine This is a book about the 1999 school shooting and it leaves no stone unturned with regards to the incident. It even goes into details about myths that surround the event. Dave Cullen has done extensive research into the shooting tragedy and also has a way of taking a fresh look at the tragedy. It covers the events leading up to it, the shooting, and the events afterwards.

Buy at

I’d love to hear from you if you try any of these fantastic books. Do our bookworm readers have any they’d recommend?

Please rate this article





Readers questions answered