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8 Non Fiction Novels That Inspired Millions Everywhere

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Need the raw, gripping story of people to inspire you in your day to day life? Look no further as here are the 8 best non fiction novels that will inspire you to live, love and achieve everything that you have dreamt of. Gain unparalleled knowledge from these timeless classics. Take a look. 


1. A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking

Curious to know about the universe? This book by Stephen Hawking will tell you all about the origin, the development and the eventual fate of our universe. You will get to know about space, time and a lot more that is going to boggle your mind.


2. Hiroshima by John Hersey

Chilling to the bones, Hiroshima tells the readers the stories of 6 incredible survivors of the Hiroshima atomic bomb massacre. It spans over the time period of the Hiroshima bombing incident and continues up to 1984. Truly inspiring to the core.


3. The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

This book is definitely going to bring tears to your eyes. It’s a compilation of the things written by Anne Frank in her diary, who was hiding with her family in Netherlands when it was occupied by the Nazis. She did not survive to see the light of the day but her words definitely travelled for generations to come.


4. The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf

Always wondered that the beauty images are actually used against women to portray non realistic stuff? Well Naomi wolf agrees as well and in this book she redefines the relationship women share with beauty. It will shatter the beauty notions that you have.


5. Bossypants by Tina Fey

Bossypants is an autobiographical yet a comedy book that is going to make you laugh with its realistic lines. The book has sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide and is hailed as one of the New York times bestsellers in this category.


6. Ariel by Sylvia Plath

In love with poetry? Ariel by Sylvia Plath paints beautiful free flowing images in the minds of the readers and gives an idea of psychic imagery which is unlike any other Plath work you have ever read. Truly a treat to read these poems.


7. Night by Elie Wiesel

Interested in Nazi history? Night by Elie Wiesel is a book where he shares his sad and painful personal experience along with his father's in one of the Nazi German concentration camps during the second World War. The story is going to haunt you for years to come.


8. We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This is the guide for the confused 21st century people who are unsure of whether or not to practise feminism. Empowering, uplifting, it tells us why feminism is important even in the modern generation. The author argues about how it is not and insult rather something, everyone should be proud of and embrace with both the arms wide open.

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