One Hundred Years Of Solitude

One Hundred Years Of Solitude
 This book is written by the Columbian author, Gabriel Garcia Marquez. It became a major part of Latin America literature book and got translated into more than 37 languages later.
 
Genre: Magic Realism

 
6 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. If you are planning to explore the literature of other countries than yours, this is best for entering the Columbian literary world.
  2. You like multi-generational stories or stories revolving around family life.
  3. You love the element of magic in your stories.
  4. You want to know what it feels like to be a discoverer of a city.
  5. You must have heard that money is a necessary evil. This book will explain you why.
  6. It will make you look at the wars from a completely different perspective.
 
Best Quote
“There is always something left to love.”

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Love In The Time Of Cholera

love in the time of cholera book review

It’s a novel by Colombian Nobel prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez. The novel was first published in Spanish in 1985 and then translated into English in 1988.

Genre: Magical Realism

5 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. If you are interested in knowing how Cholera and love are same and if lovesickness is just another illness?

  2. If you want to know whether loving a person without being together is possible or not.

  3. If you want to explore a totally different direction of love? You are going to witness the enduring power of love in this story.

  4. Is being in love as a young adult is similar to being in love as near-death old person?

  5. This author is known for introducing his own literary style known as magical realism. If you like this genre or want to know what is this genre all about, this can be your book.

Best Quote

“It was the time when they loved each other best, without hurry or excess, when both were most conscious of and grateful for their incredible victories over adversity. Life would still present them with other mortal trails, of course, but that no longer mattered: they were on the other shore.” 

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