10 Best Books by Female Authors


When it comes to the best books out there, the reality is that a large number of these great books have been written by females. Whether it be topics pertaining to romance, fictional stories, non-fictional stories, mysterious journeys into the great unknown, tales of human kindness and fortitude, historical documentations, and much, much more, the reality is that female authors have contributed a great deal to society, by way of amazing literary works, books, and publications.

With an amazing aptitude for empathy, kindness, and emotional aptitude, each of the best books in this list truly speak to the reader in a way that is deep and profound, yet illustrative and forthcoming. They have also each been written in such a way that speaks to the human soul, and can be felt and admired by many. No doubt classics in every single way, the following books, written by female authors are remarkable in that they can be enjoyed by everyone, because they all carry the same theme, which speaks of what it means to be alive, and the human condition as a whole.

It doesn’t matter if the book is about slavery, love, companionship, relationships, parenting, friendship, work, what life is all about, depression, sadness, money, or any other theme out there, each of the books on this list are universally appreciated for their ability to be accepted, enjoyed, and wholeheartedly understood by all. So, please join me on this quest for finding the most wondrous books out there that have been written by female authors.

10 Best Books by Female Authors

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Sweet and innocent in some ways, while being vastly entertaining in others, this coming of age story is an amazing look into the life and heart of someone just coming into her very own. Author Jane Austen takes readers on a journey of deep emotions and what it means to really be in love. This interesting story is full of affection, humor, despair, and happiness, and is wrapped perfectly into a nice little bow aptly entitled Pride and Prejudice.

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

With a strong political undertone that is significant the whole way through, The Handmaid’s Tale by author Margaret Atwood is an honest portrayal into what it meant to be a woman many years ago. A book that can be enjoyed by adults and teens alike, the story touches upon sexism, prejudice, and what it means to have the self-esteem and confidence to stand up for yourself, no matter who you are or where you happen to come from.

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

 Important, deep, and intensely thought-provoking, author Sylvia Plath wrote many amazing books in her time, but nothing compares to her most iconic and powerful book, The Bell Jar. Author Sylvia Plath takes readers on an epic journey of loneliness, despair, and insanity that is written in a realistic way, and also manages to capture a truly humanistic approach. There is absolutely no question why this book is renowned by millions and considered to be such a classic.

The Help by Kathryn Stockett

 Touching and extremely relevant, The Help by author Kathryn Stockett is an inside look into what friendship, self-worth, work, and life is really all about. The Help is an entertaining look into the lives of those that are sometimes overlooked by society, and while teaching readers a very important lesson, also includes humor and love along the way. With determination and gusto, the author takes her readers on a unique tale that is extremely vital and important, and is not only one of the best books out there, but also one of the most fun to read.

The Awakening by Kate Chopin

Controversial and a topic that is often kept hidden from the public, this book that touches upon female marital infidelity is one that is not only salient, but also very inspiring to women all over the world. Written by author Kate Chopin, The Awakening was first published in the year 1899, and is a beautifully-written in-depth look into the psychology of what it means to be in a marriage void of passion, and also what it then means to be set free.

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

 One of the most famous and popular books to date, Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone by author J.K. Rowling gained quick notoriety from people of all ages and backgrounds. The book is so influential that a top-grossing film resulted from it, making Ms. J.K. Rowling an international success story practically overnight.

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Popular and extremely endearing, this story of four sisters took the public by storm, and ever since it was published, has remained one of the most prominent books of it’s time. The story, aptly entitled Little Women, was written by author Louisa May Alcott, and touches upon timeless themes such as what it means to be a woman, the excitement of love, the perils of war, death, and then peace. Little Women is a truly wonderful story that impacts all who read it in a very delightful and positive way.

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

 One of the best books of this generation, To Kill A Mockingbird, written by author Harper Lee, is not only loved by many, but is also a well-known classic. Published in the year 1960, the valuable story centers around human behavior, and takes place in the Southern part of America. Known as one of the most important masterpieces of American literature, author Harper Lee has been known to call her book, “A simple love story”, but many seem to see it as much more than just that.

Beloved by Toni Morrison

 Written by author Toni Morrison, Beloved is an instrumental look into slavery, and all that it entails. Winning the nobel prize, author Toni Morrison takes readers on a suspenseful journey full of twists and turns, highs and lows, and everything in between. The book is not only powerful, but subtle, and is dominant, but still allowing. There is truly no book out there that transforms the eyes and hearts of people more than Beloved.

The Diary Of A Young Girl by Anne Frank

 Especially harrowing and full of all types of emotions, such as happiness, joy, sadness, and despair, The Diary Of A Young Girl, written by author Anne Frank, is a true to life account of what it really means to not only survive, but to thrive and live freely in the moment. Taking place during WW2, The Diary Of A Young Girl is an honest portrayal into the thoughts and heart of a young girl, who is full of hope and happiness up until the very end of her short life.

 

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