Following the 90’s novels & novel of 2000, novels after 2000 are no less compelling, besides they accommodate new writing styles, more interesting concepts and stories. Just as it’s referred old is gold, do not forget new can be diamond. There are thousands of books published within 2 decades of the 21st century; they are magnificently mind-blowing in many ways. As per the reviews and critics’ view there are numerous 21st century books that can give tough competition to the old fabulous books. Books like ‘The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay’, ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’, ‘The Last Samurai’, ‘My Brilliant Friend’, ‘2666’, ‘Middlesex’, etc are some of the mind-blowing novels after 2000 that one must not miss. However today we have collected the top 5 novels after 2000 that includes ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’, ‘The Fifth Season’, ‘Night Watch’, ‘Wolf Hall’ and ‘Life of Pi’.
- The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2005)
Brilliantly written by Stieg Larsson The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is an intriguing novel. Just as the title itself seems very intriguing, the story will definitely blow your mind. The story revolves around the disappearance of a scion of one of Sweden’s wealthiest families 40 years prior. So, her uncle hires radical journalist along with young troubled hacker Lisbeth Salander to unfold the mystery. With the great success of the novel, it has inspired numerous copycats. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo scrapes together mystery, love story, family saga and many more making a wide range of taste holder. Feel free to download The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo ebook from the link mentioned below;
- The Fifth Season (2015)
NK Jemisin has breathtakingly portrayed her imaginative concept into the story. Successfully winning the Hugo Awards for Best Novel in 2016, The Fifth Season follows the concept of the world’s end. Just in a single day, a woman comes home to find her son brutally murdered and her daughter kidnapped, The Fifth Season (catastrophic climate change) takes place with a supercontinent called Stillness. Now, this woman must hide her secret power and survive the deadly dying land where there is no sunlight, clean water, very less basic resources for which every survivor is ready to kick-off the war, and many more just to find her missing daughter. Although it might take about the first 50 pages to have a grip on what is going around, no-doubt Jemisin’s The Fifth Season is a masterpiece that is worth reading more than once. Enjoy NK Jemisin’s one of the masterpiece by downloading from the link mentioned below;
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- Night Watch (2002)
Terry Pratchett’s one of the best works, Night Watch depicts the dramatic, wise and sober voice fully realized. Pratchett, best known for humor in his Discworld series, he has also written painful realities, fantastically immersive emotions in situations that are generally not found in most of others humorous fantasy. Night Watch novel includes time travel which brilliantly grips the attention of the readers. The story begins in the present where Sam Vimes is commander of watch and is married with a child on the way. At one moment, he is chasing a trickster named Carcer who never gave up. As he gets him and is pulled into a fight with each other, magical storms brews overhead and are struck by something leading them back to time about 40 / 50 years back. Sounds interesting don’t it?? Download Night Watch by Terry Pratchett to unfold the interesting story from the link provided below:
- Wolf Hall (2009)
Wolf Hall, considered as one of the best historical novels of 2012, by Hilary Mantel is a fictionalized biography that delineates the rise of Thomas Cromwell at the Tudo court. The novel set forth the uprise of New England as well as covers the self-formation of a new kind of man. While you read the novel, you are in Cromwell’s head; you see everything from Cromwell’s perspective. Hilary Mantel has beautifully sprinkled the unique details set in 1500 to 1535 regarding Cromwell. If you are interested in reading this beautiful first of Mantel’s trilogy you can download Wolf Hall ebook from link mentioned as follows:
- Life of PI (2001)
A fantastic fantasy adventure novel, Life of Pi is a story about a Tamil boy named Piscine Molitor Patel. Yann Martel’s Life of Pi won Man Booker Prize for Friction in 2002. The story revolves around Piscine Molitor “Pi” surviving 227 days along with Richard Parker, Bengal tiger in a lifeboat. Pi is son of a zookeeper and accommodates an encyclopedic knowledge of animal behavior which helps him coexist with Richard Parker on a single boat, lost at sea for 227 days. After finally reaching the coast of Mexico, Richar runs to the jungle and is never to be found again while Pi is interviewed by Japanese authorities but doesn’t believe his story. But after hours of pressurization Pi convey the Japanese authorities with a different and less fantastic story. What do you believe, was Pi telling the truth at the first or afterward during their interrogation? To find out, read the full story and unfold adventure. Download the Life of Pi ebook from the link mentioned below: