Fiction books are written in accordance with the author’s imagination and have no relation with real-life occurrences or places. They are basically implied for the peruser’s pacification, scrutiny, and contentment. Some of the popularly known genres that are categorized under fiction books are Fantasy, Horror, Romance, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Paranormal, etc.
- Fantasy– The stories in these books include characters with magical and mystical powers. Also, they incorporate a world that is entirely different and has no resemblance to the typical world.
Some of the well-known books or series of novels in this genre are – A Court of Thorns and Roses Series by Sarah J. Mass, The Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling, Lord of Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, Blood and Ash Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout, and many more.
- Horror – This genre usually fosters a sensation of dread, fear, and trepidation in the minds of its readers. This is done through a combination of horror and phantom scenes that awakens a feeling of terror.
Some of the most famous books under this genre are – House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, The Shining by Stephen King, The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty, and so on.
- Romance– The books under this genre depict the hardships and obstacles that the characters overcome when in a relationship. Most romance novels have a happily ever after that elevates the disposition of the peruser.
Some of the coming-of-age books are To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy by Jenny Han, Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, Looking for Alaska by John Green, The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks and so many more.
- Thriller – The books under this genre revolve around crimes, justice, finding out the culprit, keeping you on the edge of the seat in suspense. These novels keep the readers speculating until the very end. These novels are packed with a blend of suspense, mystery, plot twists, and anticipation.
Some of the most popular thrillers are The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides, And Then There Were None by Agatha Christine, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins, and the list goes on.