Book Themes You’ll Surprisingly Love


When it comes to reading books, some of the most popular themes nowadays include those found in young adult novels like John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars (death and love) and Lois Lowry’s The Giver (memory and pain) or in science fiction novels like James Dashner’s The Maze Runner (friendship and bravery) and Stephenie Meyer’s The Host (soul and faith).

However, it’s only the beginning…

There are a whole lot of books out there – or more specifically, a whole lot of book themes you’ll surprisingly love out there.

Here are some of them:

Love, Loyalty, and Owls

For those people who only get to watch birds fly high in the sky via a scope (just like those found in, you’ll definitely love Wesley the Owl: The Remarkable Love Story of an Owl and His Girl.

In this book, you’ll get to watch an owl grow up magnificently through the author’s own eyes. In this book, you’ll also get to learn more about the real meaning of loyalty through the author’s own experiences. You see, the author found a wing-injured and little barn owl named Wesley during Valentine’s Day back in the 1980s. He was believed unable to survive in the wild, if not for the author’s heart of gold.

The author studied about Wesley for the next 19 years, from his mice diet to his own language and even to his sending talent. But when a serious disease began to threaten the author’s life, Wesley rescued her from imminent death – just as she rescued him from imminent death.

Forgiveness, Family, and Ghosts

For those people who are still having trouble forgiving others after how many years, you’ll definitely love The Graveyard Book.

In this book, you’ll get to watch an unusual relationship between ghosts and a toddler whose entire family was killed. In this book, you’ll also get to learn more about the real meaning of forgiveness. You see, Nobody Owens (known as Bod to his friends) is a normal boy raised by ghosts and other supernatural beings in a graveyard. He also has a guardian, who is neither a living nor a dead.

The only problem? He can’t leave the graveyard. Or else, he will be attacked by a man named Jack – the one who killed his entire family.

Do you know any other book themes one would surprisingly love? Let us know in the comments section below!

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