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13 Easiest Books To Read Of All Time

Reading is the best hobby anyone could ever adopt. While reading long, mysterious, and thrilling novels could be fun, I agree, but sometimes, our mind is already preoccupied with various things that make it hard for us to gather the courage to take up such a book. But, I also understand that being a reader, you cannot stay away from books no matter how caught up you are. I know because the same is the case with me. Even when I know my mind is not in a condition to gather more, there’s a part in me that doesn’t allow me to stay away from reading. In such a case, I go for books that are relatively easy to read.

If you are a reader like me, you would understand how exciting it is to read a deep, intense, and mysterious novel and predict what the next page holds, but such a book demands long reading hours, focus, and some brainstorming. Sometimes, my schedule gets so jam-packed that it becomes hard for me to commit to such a book as I know I’ll not be able to complete it in one go and will have to read it in parts taking breaks. When such situations arise, I instead go for the most accessible book I can find.

A book is considered the easiest to read when its length is shorter than an average novel. It does not have many plot twists, uses an easy vocabulary, and follows a plot that is easy to comprehend or does not require much brainstorming. Such books take less time to be completed and are not boring at all. 

If you are a reader like me, troubled by a hectic schedule and find it hard to take out time for reading no matter how much you wish to, keep on reading this article to find some such books which will satisfy you as a reader even when you don’t have much time to spare.

13 Great And Easy Books To Read

Here are the 13 most accessible books to read I’ve ever come across, which, despite being easy, are also exciting and engaging.

1. Charlotte’s Web

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Charlotte’s Web is a Children’s novel written by E.B. White in 1952. This book contains 192 pages which is just the perfect length for a children’s literature novel.

This tale is about a pig saved by an eight-year-old girl from being slaughtered but later sold to her uncle, who eventually plans to kill him. On the farm he was kept, he befriends a spider who vows to save his life and plays tricks on those humans who intend to kill the pig, and his life is eventually spare.

This novel teaches some valuable lessons about life, like friendship and the value of life.

2. The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night

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The Curious Incident Of TheDog In The Night is a mysterious coming-of-age novel written by Mark Haddon in 2003. This book contains 274 pages which are significantly less than the average book length.

This book revolves around a 15-year-old boy with autism, the narrator of this book, and lives only with his father as his mother is dead. He sets out to solve the murder mystery of his neighbor’s dog and, through his journey, discovers many astonishing truths about his life that turn his world upside-down.

He records his investigation and incidents in a book, and that’s what we’re reading.

3. To Kill A Mockingbird

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To Kill A Mockingbird is a coming-of-age novel written by Harper Lee in 1960. This book consists of 281 pages which is no big deal for a reader like myself.

This novel is about a six-year-old tomboy who lives with her ten-year-old brother and widowed lawyer father in Maycomb. As the story continues, their father is to defend a black man wrongly accused of raping a white woman even though there was no hope of him winning as the society out there was highly racist.

This novel shows how the negative aspects of a particular society affect the innocence of children who like to bring positivity to the world.

4. Fantastic Mr. Fox

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Fantastic Fox is a Children’s novel by Roald Dahl in 1970. This book is just 96 pages long, which is just a matter of a day or two.

It is a fable with Mr. Fox as the protagonist and three cruel farmers as antagonists. Mr. Fox is robbing the farmers of their livestock to support his family. The farmers set up traps to catch the fox, but Mr. Fox outwits them.

This book shows how necessity can make a person go to huge extents and have a good and kind heart.

5. The Old Man And The Sea

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The Old Man And The Sea is a literary fiction written by Ernest Hemingway in 1952. This book is just 127 pages long.

This book follows the story of an unlucky Cuban fisherman who has not been able to catch a single fish for the past 84 days. He believes that even his luck will shine one day, so he sets for the Gulf Stream for fishing, and the rest of the novel traces all the incidents and struggles he faces in the Gulf Stream.

This book teaches us to have patience in life and shows that the relations we build and the people we have around us are the real valuables we have.

6. Mieko And The Fifth Treasure

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Mieko And The Fifth Treasure is a fictional novel written by Eleanor Coerr in 1993. This book is mere 80 pages long, which is just a matter of a single day for someone like me.

The ‘fifth treasure’ mentioned in the book’s title refers to ‘the beauty inside one’s heart’ concerning the text. Mieko, the book’s protagonist, is physically injured and has lost her peace due to the prevailing situations in society, so she sets out to find the ‘fifth treasure’ for herself.

This book shows how vital inner peace and calmness are and how useless wars and destructions are.

7. Thirteen Reasons Why

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Thirteen Reasons Why is a Young Adult Fiction written by Jay Asher in 2007. This book is 288 pages long, which is worth it.

This story revolves around a boy names Clay whose classmate, Hannah, has recently taken her own life. The box is delivered at Clay’s house, which contains some cassettes recorded by Hannah, stating thirteen reasons for her suicide, hence the book’s title.

This book shows how some random jokes we make or some random stuff we say or do to people can affect them in the worst possible way.

8. The Giver

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The Giver is a science fiction written by Lois Lowry in 1993. This book is just 240 pages long, which is not much for sci-fi.

This book is about the story of a young boy who lives in such a society where there is no crime, sorrow, war, fear, or hatred. There, the 12-year-olds are assigned their jobs and there is little to no competition.

This novel shows us a vision of society entirely different from reality and makes us imagine what would happen if the institution was built that way.

9. The Language Of Flowers

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The Language Of Flowers is a romance novel written by Vanessa Diffenbaugh in 2011. This book is 334 pages long and is very easy to go through.

The Language Of Flowers is a romance novel written by Vanessa Diffenbaugh in 2011. This book is 334 pages long and is very easy to go through.

It is a story of Victoria and her troubled childhood. She grew up in foster care with 32 homes and she believes she is destined to be alone. Her past is troubled and filled with turmoil, but she finds comfort in flowers and uses flower arrangements to overcome her past.

This story shows how the tiny gestures we make towards someone can substantially positively affect someone’s life and find comfort even in the minor things.

10. A Wrinkle In Time

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The Language Of Flowers is a romance novel written by Vanessa Diffenbaugh in 2011. This book is 334 pages long and is very easy to go through.

It is a story of Victoria and her troubled childhood. She grew up in foster care with 32 homes and she believes she is destined to be alone. Her past is troubled and filled with turmoil, but she finds comfort in flowers and uses flower arrangements to overcome her past.

This story shows how the tiny gestures we make towards someone can substantially positively affect someone’s life and find comfort even in the minor things.

11. The Art Of Racing In The Rain

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The Art Of Racing In The Rain is a fictional novel by Garth Stein in 2008. This book is 321 pages long and follows an easy-to-understand and straightforward plot.

It is a beautiful story about a successful race car driver who believes that techniques used in racetrack can also work in real life. He has a dog who desires to be reincarnated as a human.

This book is the best example of not giving up and shows no shame in losing, but what’s shameful is not living at all due to the fear of losing or failing.

12. Travelling Cat Chronicles

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Traveling Cat Chronicles is a fictional book by Hiro Arikawa in 2012. This book is 256 pages long, which is pretty little for a work of fiction.

This novel follows a beautiful story of Nana the cat and her owner, Satoru, who start a journey to meet three of Satoru’s friends. Nana proves to be a perfect companion for Satoru, and they both learn valuable life lessons on their journey.

This book shows that not only humans but some speechless creatures, like Nana, the cat, can also be your best companions.

13. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly

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The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly is a fictional novel written by Hwang Sun-mi in 2000. This novel is 144 pages long, which is a piece of cake for many readers.

It is a fable about a hen named Sprout. She refuses to lay eggs on demand to sell in the market, so she is released from her coop. She comes up with a plan to escape deep into the wild and hatch an egg of her own.

This book shows how everyone craves freedom and to what extent people can attain their desired level of independence.

Conclusion:

There are a lot of easy-to-read books out there which I, and maybe most of the readers, go for when we are short on the required time and energy required for completing a long novel.

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