Which book should I read?

I have to choose one of these books for English and then do an essay on "the nature of man" using the book.Night by Elie WieselFarenheit 451 by Ray BradburyFlowers for Algernon - Daniel KeyesThe Chrysalids - John WyndhamInto the Wild - John KrakauerTuesdays with Morrie - Mitch AlbomI am the Messenger - Marcus ZusakThe Alchemist - Paulo Coelho

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6 Responses to “Which book should I read?”

  1. radfahr says:

    The Chrysalids is a very good book, you should have no problem with it, it is an easy read book.It is a story that will stay with you for a very long time. ‘The theme the nature of man” is exactly what this story touches. When a future society want to have only physically, perfect people in their world things start to go wrong.You should have no problem writing your essay.

  2. phenacetin says:

    night by elie wiesel. super easy read, easy to comprehend, and later write your paper. trust me.

  3. ciespal says:

    definetly the chrysalids

  4. griffen says:

    I read Flowers for Algernon my sophomore year and it was a quick and easy read. It was also enjoyable. Writing an essay about the nature of man using this book would be pretty easy. Hope this helps.

  5. nonbelievers says:

    I really liked Night and Into the Wild. Both are have very sad elements though (especially Night). But very good books.I heard Farenheit 451 and The Alchemist are really good books to read too.But for the assignment, I recommend Into the Wild. It’s about a man, living by himself and surviving off nature. It goes very deep into his character which would be good an essay about human nature.

  6. peninsulas says:

    Only book of those that I have read is Night. Night is about the time of the Holocaust. It is a short book. Explains Elie’s life in the death camps. Very sad, true story. VERY GOOD book.