A literature essay allows you to analyze various literary materials, understand the contents, and come up with your own perspective. Often, your tutor will ask you to find a novel to complete the assignment. If you are not sure of the novel to select, here are the 2015 most popular pieces:
Written by Christina baker Kline, the novel focuses on the experiences of children who are forcefully shipped to the Midwest.
Just as the title explains, the book gives a story of a foster child who steals a book and gets consolation in the process. It is written by Markus Zusak
The experiences of a 12 year old boy are given in this novel. Particularly, his gloomy world is changed when the community offers him a mandate to accomplish. It is written by award winning writer, Lois Lowry
This is a set of novels by George RR Martin. The novels include A Game of Thrones, A Storm of Swords, A Dance with the Dragons, A Feast for Crows and a Clash of Kings. All of them are fictional stories.
In the past, the novel has been utilized in literature classes in various schools. It is centered on boys who are stranded in an island and who must find a way to survive. It is written by William Golding.
Written by Kristin Hannah, the book focuses on the role of women during the Second World War.
This incredible piece is written by John Green. It is based on a story of a lover who comes close to the person he has admired for a long time, only to realize that she is not what he thought she would be.
The novel has been rated as one of the New York Times best seller. It is a fictional experience of an individual who walks in mars for the first time. It is written by Andy Weir.
Paula Hawkins gives a story of a girl who encounters the same couple everyday until she discovers a mystery about them. That discovery changes her life forever.
Choosing any of the most popular novels in 2015 will usher you into a world of excitement and fun. Most importantly, you will have a chance to learn different concepts of literature as you analyze the concepts utilized to make the novels outstanding.