There are books - you will read and you will immediately forget. And there are with a long aftertaste, the so-called "book hangover". After them it is difficult to move away - because in their history you dive with your head and do not want to return to boring reality.

10 books, which do not come off during reading, and then they do not let your thoughts for a long time. And how then can you read anything at all!

Alice Siebold - "Lovely Bones"

The fourteen-year-old Suzy becomes a victimserial killer. Enclosed between the worlds, Suzi watches as her tragic disappearance changes the fate of friends and family. She desperately tries, even for a moment, to return to the world of the living, to help expose the murderer and fulfill her most cherished desire.

Victor Pelevin - "Numbers"

The main character of the novel is a businessman Stepa, whose best friend is number 34, and the worst enemy is number 43 ...

Stepa remembered that when he was very young,colors were for all numbers. Then they were worn out, only the four had a well-distinguishable green, the sevens had blue and the troika had weak traces of orange paint on the central ledge.

Diane Setterfield - "The Thirteenth Fairy Tale"

Margaret Lee receives from the famous writerKinds of Winter offer to become her biographer. Miss Winter is famous for not saying a single word of truth to any of the interviewers. Before Margaret, the story of the twin sisters unfolds, which strangely echoes her personal history.

Haruki Murakami - "Norwegian Forest"

... In the evenings, I sold records. It was worthwhile to put the rock, as the store gathered hippies and loafers - some danced, someone sniffed the solvent, someone just sat on the pavement. I generally ceased to understand what's what. "What is it?" I thought, "what do they all mean by that?"

Elchin Safarli - "If you knew ..."

"If you only knew..."Is the story of one female despair. About which you can tell only the snow-white sheets of the diary. This is a story about feelings, doubts, expectations and such fears that most often help to start life anew.

Neil Gaiman - "Never Before"

Under the streets of London there is a world about whichmost people do not suspect. In it, the word becomes a real force. You can get there only by opening the Door. This world is full of dangers, populated by saints and monsters, murderers and angels.

Patrick Zuskind - "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer"

"Perfume" Suskind was published in Switzerland in 1985year, translated into dozens of languages ​​and took a firm place among the world's bestsellers. This mysterious story, a romantic detective will continue to excite, attract and intrigue readers and criticism for a long time.

William Somerset Maugham - "The burden of human passions"

The share of Philip Carey falls a lot of tests: early death of parents, a desperate search for their vocation in the world, a doomed relationship with a frivolous woman. Having undergone many disappointments, changing his views from subordinating his own passions to self-denial, Philip tries to thread the thread of a thread to weave the pattern of his own life.

Daniel Kies - "The mysterious story of Billy Milligan"

Billy wakes up in the prison cell. He was told that he was accused of rape and robbery. But the last thing he remembers is how he wanted to rush from the roof of the school building. Seven years have passed since then. Billy is horrified: he again stole a piece of life! What does it mean? And why "again"? Billy can not answer because Billy left.

Robert Galbraith - "Call of the Cuckoo"

When a scandalously known top model, having fallen fromsnow-covered balcony of his penthouse, is broken to death, everyone decides that this is suicide. But the girl's brother can not accept such a conclusion and turns to the services of a private detective named Cormoran Strike.

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