The Catcher In The Rye

Catcher In The Rye Book Review

It’s written by the American writer, J. D. Salinger.  It’s a classic novel originally published for adults and has been translated into almost all of the world’s major languages. Around 1 million copies are sold each year with total sales of more than 65 million books. Many have listed it as one of the  100 best English-language novels written since 1923.

Genre: Realist Fiction

5 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. You want to understand a teenage life and the complex issues of innocence, identity, belonging, loss, and connection that they face.

  2. You want to experience a beautiful brother and sister relationship. It might remind you of your own sibling when you are reading it.

  3. You are curious to know why it has become popular with adolescent readers.

  4. It will help you in familiarizing you with teenage angst and alienation. It can help you in dealing better with your teenager kids if you are an adult; and if you are a teenager yourself, it will help you in understanding that you are not the only one who is feeling this way.

  5. You will see the fake life and society through the eye of a teenager who denies being one of them.

Best Quote

“I’m quite illiterate, but I read a lot.”



We believe in the thing that writing is a form of art that can’t be judged or rated. Every book has got something to tell and you will definitely learn something in the end even if you think the book is not good enough. Just like not all people like the same colour, similarly, not all people can like the same book. Every book has a different set of readers and we help to reach the right book to the right group by our unique reviewing style. That’s why instead of giving ratings, critical review or any other type of negative feedback; we share the things you will learn from any particular book. If it is something that resonates with what you are looking for in a book, you have found your next read!!! We also try to give the review in the simplest manner, so that we can encourage even the nonreaders to join the group.

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