What are the best fiction book with unrealistic themes?

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    #1The Lovely Bones

    The Lovely Bones
    Susie is a 14 years old girl who has the chance of seeing how life goes on after she dies: she is able to see how everyone copes with her loss, how her family still has hopes of finding her despite being already dead and how the man who raped and killed her continues his life.

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    Jason Stephens
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "Alice Sebold's book The Lovely Bones may initially read like a young adult story. That's because it's from the view of a 14-year-old girl. The book is a wonderful perspective of how a young adult or teenager sees the world. It contains both the happy and the horrific."
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    #2Eclipse (The Twilight Saga)

    Eclipse (The Twilight Saga)
    Eclipse is the third book in the Twilight Series. The story revolves around the new challenges Bella and Edward faces as vampire to human couple. In this book, Bella will struggle to choose between Edward and his best friend Jacob.

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    Christina Weber
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "Writing this review from when I purchased the book wayyyy back when (during the Meyer fandom uprising). Truly, the Twilight series is not as awful as everyone would have you believe. Ms. Meyer deserves credit for creating a story that uses both pre-existing fiction and incorporating unique elements that are still passable to a young adult reader. If you are reading between the lines, you might notice some of the leanings toward sex-shaming that I recall hearing criticism toward. However, guard yourself (or your reader) against taking this story or it's thematic elements to heart and enjoy the series for what it is: Fiction Fantasy. Enjoy! Everyone is allowed some fluff reading whenever they want. Reading should be a pleasure!"
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    #3The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)

    The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)

    The Da Vinci Code is a novel about Robert Langdon's journey in finding the Louvre. He will face many challenges that includes decoding cryptic messages that involves Leonardo Da Vinci's paintings. 


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    Israel Osorio
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "excellent novel to share in family and in groups of highly recommended reading for people who are passionate about drama and research, I recommend it to enjoy hours of recreation and knowledge on the subject that entails research on the code da vinci"
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    #4Fifty Shades Trilogy

    Fifty Shades Trilogy

    The Fifty Shades Trilogy by E.L. James (Fifty Shades Of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed) tells the story of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey as they embark on a daring, passionately physical affair that will take unexpected twists and turns.


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    Jeffrey Morris
    Written on May 2, 2018
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    #5Angels & Demons (Robert Langdon)

    Angels & Demons (Robert Langdon)

    The first novel of Robert Langdon character by Dan Brown is a thriller about an ancient secret brotherhood and their connections with the CERN, with an evil plot to destroy the Catholic Church. 


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    Vishal Subramanium
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "Like many others, I started this series with the DaVinci Code, and after learning about Angels and Demons I tried to read it. The first time I failed and was never able to get into the story. Finally I found the time and inspiration to sit down and finish this book. I was pleasantly surprised. It is not necessary to read this book before reading the DaVinci Code since the story's are quite separate from each other, but after reading this book I was able to understand some of the comments that were said in the second book. I like the way that Landon was written, and the story progressed. I felt as if the story kept me guessing and wishing for more."
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    #6The Time Traveler's Wife

    The Time Traveler's Wife

    The Time Traveler's Wife is the debut novel of Audrey Niffenegger, which is about the story of married couple Clare and Henry who try to make their marriage work. It comes as they struggling with Henry's strange disorder of time traveling. 


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    Zachary Mills
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "This book takes an interesting perspective of how a couple juggles relationship issues with issues that deal with the fantastical(time travel). This is a book that some will love and some will hate. I enjoyed it because it provided a good deal of escapism for me. The things that Clare and Henry were going through are things that I couldn't relate to at all. I like that. "
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    #7The Catcher in the Rye

    The Catcher in the Rye

    The Catcher in the Rye is J.D. Salinger's 1951 classic about teenager Holden Caulfield, who was used as an icon of teenage angst and rebellion. The controversial book has caused debates, mainly because of its vulgar language and themes.


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    Matthew Patterson
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Yeah, it's a classic, but it shouldn't be. Most of this book is so unrealistic. For example, it's really not that easy to find a prostitute. I should know! Also, where is the parental supervision? Can you believe they still have kids read this? "
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    #8The Alchemist

    The Alchemist

    The Alchemist is an inspirational fable written by the famous Brazilian author Paolo Coelho. The book gave Coelho the Guinness World Record for the most translations of the same book in 2009. It was originally published in 1993.


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    Nathan Shaw
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "What can I say, this is a modern classic. Coelho masterfully weaves the tale of Santiago, a young boy who travels the world in search of treasure. Of course, the real treasure is much more meaningful! Couldn't put it down!"
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    #9Journey Under the Midnight Sun

    Journey Under the Midnight Sun

    Journey Under the Midnight Sun by internationally bestselling author Keigo Higashino is an epic mystery novel. It's the story of Detective Sasagakiu as he pursues a case over a period of 20 years, even to the point of obsession.


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    Ajay Jayaraman
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "ive never heard of this before today. that being said, from the link and blurb i really like how it sounds and i will be getting this for myself to read"
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    #10Lord of the Flies

    Lord of the Flies

    Lord of the Flies is classic fiction written by William Golding published first in 1954 which is about a group of English schoolboys who survived a plane crash and got stranded on an uninhabited island.


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    Phillip Martin
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Lord of the Flies is one of the most classic books ever written and is used as a great example of literature whenever one is needed. I woudn't necessarily call the themes unrealistic as the situation is pretty extreme and it could happen this way potentially."
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    #11The Secret Life of Bees

    The Secret Life of Bees

    The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd depicts loss and betrayal. This book was a New York Times bestseller and has won the 2004 Book Sense Book of the Year Awards. In 2008, this novel was turned into a movie.


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    Yuan Li
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "This book looks interesting and the product page shows lots of praise for the book, thus the "best" part would be subjectively true. However the themes are very realistic (racism), thus this cannot be the "best fiction book with unrealistic themes.""


Best What are the best fiction book with unrealistic themes
1The Lovely BonesBooks 22 Paid
2Eclipse (The Twilight Saga)Books 19 Paid
3The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)Books 16 Paid
4Fifty Shades TrilogyBooks 14 Paid
5Angels & Demons (Robert Langdon)Books 13 Paid
6The Time Traveler's WifeBooks 11 Paid
7The Catcher in the RyeBooks 10 Paid
8The AlchemistBooks 7 Paid
9Journey Under the Midnight SunBooks 5 Paid
10Lord of the FliesBooks 3 Paid

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