Life is not so easy sometimes, once in life everyone goes through a relationship outbreak. we always miss someone so dear to us one day, someone, we dreamed our future with. So this time do something better than worrying about what lost, here are five best books that can help you win over your most difficult time.. have some hope.
Him, Her, Him again, The End of Him (Patricia Marx)
Realising that the guy you’ve wasted time on for years is a vacuous, pretentious douche nugget is actually kind of funny, and Marx proves it. A satirist who writes for the New Yorker, she’s confessed that the book — about an unnamed, neurotic college girl who spends 10 years pining for a pretentious PhD student — is based on her own experience with her own unnamed douche nugget, which is probably why it feels so right.
This is How You Lose Her (Junot Diaz)
The character routinely screws over the women he’s dating, but you can’t help but like him a little bit since he’s one of those inimitable Diaz protagonists. It’s fun to read, and the final story will remind you that men need to realise they’re assholes before they become non-assholes.
Ethan Frome (Edith Wharton)
A departure from Wharton’s normal New York society life, this stark and beautiful novella is about a man with a sickly wife living in a small town who falls for her pretty young caretaker. It does not end well. People have worse lives than you.
Eat, Pray, Love (Elizabeth Gilbert)
At 32 years old, Elizabeth Gilbert was educated, had a home, a husband, and a successful career as a writer. She was, however, unhappy in her marriage and initiated a divorce. She then embarked on a rebound relationship that did not work out, leaving her devastated and alone. After finalising her difficult divorce, she spent the next year travelling the world.She spent eating and enjoying life, finding her spirituality, looking for balance of the two and fell in love
Dolores Claiborne (Stephen King)
A blue-collar housekeeper in a police station, being questioned about the murder of her longtime employer, an eccentric and wealthy elderly woman — and that’s just where it starts. The heart of Dolores’ story is the actions she takes when her drunk, abusive husband rapes their young daughter. It’s a chilling book but showcases the resilience of women, even those trapped in unbearable circumstances, in a really powerful way.