Try a New Genre and Dabble With 6 Easy Historical Fiction Books
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Try A New Genre And Dabble With 6 Easy Historical Fiction Books
If you love to read, you know how easy it is to get stuck in your favorite genre. But what if you haven't yet discovered your favorite genre? Historical fiction might be just the new adventure you've been searching for. These fascinating books are easy and fun to read, we promise!
Who said history had to be boring? These books will educate you about all types of history—from modern to prehistoric. However, you'll get so caught up in the thrilling storylines that you'll forget you're even learning about the past.
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1. The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak
Liesel Meminger is a foster child living right outside Munich who finds herself stealing books. She eventually learns to read with the help of her accordion playing foster father, sharing her stolen books with her neighbors. This all goes on in the midst of terrifying bombing raids and with a Jewish man hiding in her basement.
2. The Gentleman’s Guide To Vice And Virtue By Mackenzi Lee
This story unfolds when Monty, a young bisexual British lord embarks on a remarkable journey with his best friend, who he secretly has a crush on. However, Monty's quests for pleasure and vice are in danger of being destroyed. The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue explores the fine lines between friendship and love.
3. Ivory And Bone by Julie Eshbaugh
Ivory and Bone puts a unique prehistoric twist on the realm of historical fiction. Seventeen-year-old Kol is focused on hunting, gathering, and keeping his family safe—that is, until Mya arrives to town and captivates him. But once new clan arrives and Lo is introduced, trust is shattered and violence erupts.
4. Walk On Earth A Stranger by Rae Carson
Lee Westfall has the magical ability to sense the presence of gold. However, everything is soon ripped away from her by a man who wants to control her. With this secret, she disguises herself as a boy and makes the dangerous journey across Gold Rush-era America.
5. Wolf By Wolf by Ryan Graudin
This vivid historical fiction novel features a sci-fi twist. Taking place in 1956, the Axis powers of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan rule. To commemorate their Great Victory, Hitler and Emperor Hirohito host the Axis Tour, which is an annual motorcycle race across their conjoined continents. Yael, a former death camp prisoner, makes it her mission to win the race and kill Hitler herself.
6. Among The Red Stars by Gwen C. Katz
As World War II explodes in Russia, Valka is determined to help defend her homeland. With her experience as a pilot, she eagerly joins an all-female bomber regiment. She faces danger and puts her life on the line in order to learn the true meaning of bravery.
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