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5 Best Novels Of 2021, Have You Read Them?

The end of December is near. Before you know it, Christmas is here. But, before the year ends, you need to know the five best novels of 2021. When you read through, you may have read some of these novels. Or… have you? Well, let’s find out!

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The Best Novels of 2021 for You

WriteSome combined the best novels of 2021 from Goodreads Choice Awards and Bethanne Patrick’s (book critic) selections. Read on!

1. Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney

356 pages of going up and down in the merciless place called the World or Dublin, Ireland, and Rome to be exact. There are four main characters that you’ll be following in the book.

They are Alice, Felix, Eileen, and Simon who are still young and curious. So, in this book, you’ll witness the struggle they face to find meaning in their lives.

2. People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry

From these 364 pages of adult rom-com, you’ll learn how two people who have nothing in common get closer. Frankly, it takes a long time before realization kicks in that their summer trips might be the only thing that make them feel alive.

3. Firekeeper’s Daughters by Angeline Boulley

The third of the five best novels of 2021 is Firekeeper’s Daughter. This 494-pages young adult fiction follows Daunis Fontaine. She is a native 18-year-old teen who falls in love with a new recruit on her brother’s hockey team. It doesn’t end there.

The plot thickens as she witnesses a murder and a lethal drug investigation in her community. You must find the answer to how far will she be involved in these cases?

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4. Early Morning Riser by Katherine Heiny

You’ll fall in love with the cover. The variety of colors refers to the laugh-out-loud funny part of the book. But, this 320-page story will make you feel bittersweet too. Especially, when you see Jane, the leading character, fall in love with Duncan – Boyne City’s number one women seducer.

5. Bolla by Pajtim Statovci

The 240-page novel received a lot of 5-star reviews on Goodreads. So, it proves that Bethanne Patrick doesn’t play with you when she picked Bolla for her selection.

In the novel, Statovci takes you back to the time before and after the Kosovo war. Following the main character, Arsim, the story discloses his complicated love life during a difficult time.

So, have you read the books mentioned above? If you’re in the mood for shorter stories, you can join our WriteSome app and find countless stories from aspiring authors. Most importantly, you can write and publish a story too!

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