Books for Those Seeking To Impress Their Loved One

You have a problem. For example, you meet a wonderful person on an online dating website like Flirt.com, who extremely loves to read and you really want to impress them with your book knowledge. If that’s the case, then you’re going to need to buckle up and get ready to read. We’re going through some of the most significant books that you can read to impress your loved ones that are bibliophiles. This list is not comprehensive, but it has something for everyone.

 

A Song of Ice and Fire: A Game of Thrones

This tome of a book was released by George R. R. Martin as the opening salvo of a war on the minds of readers everywhere. This book is dense, vast, and amazing. Most people are acquainted with the TV show, but the book is far more populated with characters and storylines that didn’t make the cut. With that being said, just being able to discuss this book intelligently will set you up as a fantasy nerd and that will do wonders if you’re trying to impress your loved ones. Beware the adult content in the book, though.

A Brief History of Time

For the people that are less worried about fantasy and more focused on reality, A Brief History of Time is a great book. Written by Stephen Hawking, this book examines the fundamental aspects of time and the universe. If you’re a little behind on physics that’s okay because the book doesn’t drag you down with jargon. Still, this is a foundational text for science and people that are trying to learn about the universe at large. Your loved ones will love the fact that you’re smart and well-read.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

It’s a child’s book but that can help you in two different ways. First, it shows your loved one that you have a lighthearted side that isn’t afraid to believe in magic. Moreover, it’s a way to show your partner that you are able to indulge in a children’s world, and that could make you stand out with long-term dating potential. Either way, the whole series is a worldwide phenomenon for a reason.

A People’s History of the United States

A People’s History of the United States takes a much more honest look at the things that made America the country it is today. Written in the 1980s, it’s a poignant look at the work and missteps that the U.S. has made along the way to greatness. Your loved one will love knowing that you’re willing to read something that is controversial and outside the comfort zone of many grown adults.

Emma

Jane Austen’s Emma is mandatory reading for many college courses, especially those pertaining to feminism. If your loved one is a subscriber to feminist ideas, then reading this book is important. The story focuses on Emma as she tries to play matchmaker, but it also goes into a lot of depth about a society that is focused on keeping women in a specific place, and it’s not a good one. The book is definitely a little bit of a daydream with its ending, but it’s still a very good book.

 

There are a lot of books out there that you can use to impress your dates and loved ones. We’ve given you a pretty good source of books that are impressive for their difficulty, dedication required to reading them, or the subject matter that they discuss. It’s important to know about the genre that your date enjoys the most while you’re looking for books in the future. Together, you will be able to develop a love of reading that you won’t get anywhere else.

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