The Trial

the trial book review

The Trial Book Review & Book Learning

Author: Franz Kafka

Genre: Dystopian Fiction, Absurdist Fiction, Paranoid Fiction

Favorite Character: Josef K.

It’s written by the German-language writer, Franz Kafka. Prior to his death, he asked his friend to burn unread all his work. His friend overrode his wishes and published most of the things and because of him, we are getting a chance to read his work.

What Should I Read Next?

5 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. His writing style has made his name synonymous with the strange nightmarish events or in short Kafkaesque events. If that is something that gives you some push to read it.
  2. You like strange stories where nothing goes straight.
  3. You like stories where you feel like you are still in a dream. Anything can happen here!
  4. You are looking for a similar dystopian fiction book like 1984.
  5. You like the courtroom drama. Just remember, it won’t be the one we see in our day to day life. It’s a Kafkaesque. (You know what it means now!!!)

Best Quote

From a certain point onward there is no longer any turning back. That is the point that must be reached.

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The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis Book Review

The Metamorphosis Book Review & Book Learning

Author: Franz Kafka

Genre: Absurdist Fiction, Slipstream

It’s written by the German-language writer, Franz Kafka. Prior to his death, he asked his friend to burn unread all his work. Nevertheless, his friend overrode his wishes and published most of the things. For this reason, we are getting a chance to read his amzing work.

What To Read Next?

5 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. You are deeply interested in the topic of existentialism.

  2. You like nightmarish stories.

  3. You want to know what happens when a person transforms into an insect by losing his human form.

  4. If you wonder whether the emotions of your near and dear ones are just related to your physical form, mental form or both, this book will answer all those questions.

  5. You want to see a story from the perspective of an insect in a human world.

Best Quote

“I cannot make you understand. I cannot make anyone understand what is happening inside me. I cannot even explain it to myself.”

What was your reason for reading this book? Let us know in the comments.

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