Top 8 Books by Rainbow Rowell

 

There are a lot of writers these days that are well-known in the areas of writing contemporary fictions for younger generations. Witting for modern generation adults require a lot of skills and writing abilities that can appeal to them. One such celebrated author in the space of romantic genre for adults is Rainbow Rowell.

Known for her excellent writing skills Rainbow Rowell is an American writer who writes books for teenagers and adults. Working as a columnist right from the start of her career, Rowell has always been passionate about her work and that is what has brought her so long. Her writings are the most popular ones amongst a lot of youngsters because of the storyline, plot and the characters that the writer delves into.

The author has a charm in her writing and she can pull of anything that she chooses to write with utmost confidence and wit and well, this is what brings us to list the top 10 books by Rainbow Rowell for you! Do read the below listed books and let us know your experiences. The author is known for her work in the areas of fantasy and romance and has won a million hearts.

 

Attachments

This book revolves around two lovely couple Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder who are completely aware about their e-mails being monitored. Despite that, there is constant exchange of e-mails on their personal lives too. When Lincoln O’ Neill becomes the in-charge of reading other peoples e-mail the story takes a whole new dimension completely.

Read it For:
You need to read this book for the intimate emails that gets exchanged between Beth and Jen and also how Lincoln starts to fall for Beth.
Don't Read it For:
When Beth and Jennifer keep exchanging e-mails there is an unusual attachment that develops from Lincoln towards Beth but would he be successful in confessing about his love to her?
What makes this book stand out?:
Have you fallen in love via e-mails? If not, then you must certainly read this book for sure. This is one of the bestrainbow Rowell books in order and the way the exchange of emails takes place between Beth and Jenny despite them knowing that it is getting monitored makes it stand out.

Eleanor and Park

With that lovely red hair, and wrong clothes Eleanor still finds a place on Park’s chest and with those laughter exchanges even before the entire joke is completed. Well, we do not know whether the first love fails or lasts longer but our heroes Eleanor and Park are brave enough to try that.

Read it For:
You need to read it because you would get to know how unlike poles attract each other and the love between Park and Eleanor and the description by the author makes it quite interesting.
Don't Read it For:
If you are a practical person who does not believe in fantasy life or love then, you should not get into the reading of this book but otherwise this book is well-written.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book has everything about that first love, those tender touches and the way the author describes in her writing is something that appeals to almost everyone who reads this novel.

Fangirl

Fangirl is a book that revolves around two lovely sister Cath and Wren and who are diehard fans of Simon Snow Fan. Their never ending love towards Simon Snow makes them dress like the characters and also hang out in the Simon Snow forums as well.

Read it For:
Being a fan can be extremely exciting. But, everything falls apart when Wren ditches Cath completely and denies being a Fangirl during college times and when Cath lands up with a new roommate and this bit is really exciting to read.
Don't Read it For:
Sometimes the writing style can be highly predictable and this is something that can make it a mundane reading.
What makes this book stand out?:
The story gets interesting when Cath is in a situation where she can’t let go of her affinity towards Simon Snow and also her twin sister Wren. Well, would our lady Cath be able to do all the writings she wishes to on her own or would she rely on Wren?

Landline

This book revolves around Georgie McCool and Neal who realizes that their wedding is going to fall apart. Despite their extreme love towards each other, the couple does not want to stay together.

Read it For:
Landline has been one of the rainbow Rowell popular novels because of the storyline and also the characters.
Don't Read it For:
The confusions that are created in the book about Neal and Georgie can sometimes become too elaborated and this can tick the reader in you off.
What makes this book stand out?:
What happens when two people are deeply and madly in love but still can’t live together? Would Neal and Georgie come together again despite all the odds and live a happy life and this plot makes the book totally an extraordinary one.
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Carry On

This novel again takes back Rainbow Rowell to Simon Snow and this book is more on Simon who fails miserably most of the times in using his magic wand at its best too.

Read it For:
Simon and Baz are the two main characters in this book and Baz being Simon’s roommate and boyfriend starts to fall for Simon and how he actually uses his evil power to outsmart Simon.
Don't Read it For:
Simon and Baz are the two main characters in this book and Baz being Simon’s roommate and boyfriend starts to fall for Simon and how he actually uses his evil power to outsmart Simon.
What makes this book stand out?:
Simon who sets off to learn magical lessons from the School of Magic from England takes an oath to fight against the evil spirits and that includes Baz as well and this is what makes the book outstanding.

Runaways

This book is a total blend of all the original characters that had disappeared long time back and this time the author comes back with a high spirit to give her readers a nail biting read.

Read it For:
Based on a comic show, runaways have been one of the most popular writings of Rainbow Rowell and a lot of people relate to this write-up and this makes it the best novel to read.
Don't Read it For:
If you do not enjoy reading a novel like a comic book then, this book is definitely not going to interest you.
What makes this book stand out?:
Spinned and woven with a lot of back stories, this is a must read book for all those who love enjoying reading comics and this is one interesting thing about the book.

Kindred Spirits

When Elena lands in a cinema hall assuming that she would end up meeting some like-minded people who love the characters of Star wars as much as she does things become a little unmanageable for her and that is when she meets Gabe.

Read it For:
When she meets Gabe who happens to be exactly like her and that is when the story takes a complete twist. Well, what happens when two like-minded souls meet up?
Don't Read it For:
Elena’s love for Star Wars is never-ending and if you are also one of those fanatics of Star Wars then, this book is made for you but sometimes, too much of Starwars can also tick the reader off.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book is one of the most amazing short stories written by Rainbow Rowell. With her extreme skills of tight writing, she has still managed to make the book a total package for her readers.

Almost Midnight

This book is a combination of two short stories Kindred Spirits which has Elana and Gabe and another story revolving around Noel and Mags.

Read it For:
Almost Midnight is a total romantic story and can be one of the best reads for people who love to read those subtle and slow paced love stories which can actually make them feel light at heart.
Don't Read it For:
You may start to feel related to the story and this can make the story quite predictable and the style of writing can also become really banal at times.
What makes this book stand out?:
The way Rainbow describes Noel and Mags and their encounter year on year in the New Year’s party would make you go gaga over the book. Well, with such an amazing writing ability, Rainbow was able to publish this book twice once as My True Love Gave to Me and also Almost Midnight! That tells a lot about this book, isn’t it?

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