7 Fiction Books That Change The Way You Think
Darius Foroux

The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene, a novelist sometimes given short shrift because he ultimately wrote for Hollywood.

This novel has some universal elements that make a rather simple plot expansive and compelling.

Also, East of Eden, because Steinbeck can present characters.

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