3 under-appreciated books that will sweep you off your feet
If you love the feeling of losing yourself in a book and stepping worlds away, these three underappreciated reads are bound to transport you. From stories about unrequited lovers to second chances, these recommendations will become a keepsake on your shelf. Here are our top picks for books that will sweep off your feet.
1. 'Normal People' by Sally Rooney
Sally Rooneys second book Normal People set in Ireland, follows a will they- wont they relationship between two young adults Marianne Sheridan and Connell Waldron. It brings to light the complications often caused by the differences in social and economic backgrounds, and how the dynamic of a relationship changes as two lovers go from teengaers in their final year of highschool, to undergraduate students at college. If you're anything like us, youll finish this book within two days of purchasing it and when you are left wanting more,you can always watch the limited series of the book that was aired on BBC three and released in 2020.
2. 'Where Rainbows End' by Cecelia Ahern
Where Rainbows End by Cecilia Ahern will definitely keep you on your toes. The story is captured through written letters and email exchanges and it walks us down the beautifully flawed relationship of two best friends Rosie Dunne and Alex Stewart. Though the odds are stacked against them due to the neverending complications of their lives, they always manage to make their way back to one other. This thought provoking book sheds light on the repercussions of miscommunication and the perennial question we are often faced with, “is everything we have ever wished for right in front of us?”
3. 'See Me' by Nicholas Sparks
If you've been looking for a highway to emotional butterflies and a cerebral rollercoaster, Then See Me is the book for you. Renowned for novels that combine mystery and romance, this Nicholas Sparks story like the rest of them will leave you on edge and desperate to turn the page. Although Sparks often pens tear-jerkers, this novel wont have you reaching for the tissue box. All about second chances and new beginnings, the characters of Colin Hancock and Maria Sanchez are well developed and extremely intriguing. A book fueled with emotion and rich with suspense, take our word for it when we say you wont be able to put it down.