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5 Books with Practically Perfect Plots

5 Books with Practically Perfect Plots

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Ok, ok, too much alliteration? Sorry.., but not sorry. Plotatistic books are hard to find in this day and age, where people want a fast paced read that can keep them on their toes. Few people have time for the intricacies of a well woven plot line. However, if you are in a mood to plod through a good plot, these are the books for you!

  1. Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien

No one can argue that this supreame masterpiece doesn't have a perfect plot. Tolkien was a master at taking tiny threads, and tying them into one huge tapestry.

2. Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

The first of his published books, Elantris is arguably not the best of Sanderson's works. However, despite flaws in other areas of the story, the plot is a beautiful. As the story ends, you can sit back and admire as everything that confused and mystified you before comes together to make sense!

3. Holes by Louis Sachar

Filled with broken promises, family curses, reconciliation and redemption, this book's plot is full of surprises, twists, and beautiful threads that come together in a most satisfying way. I'll say no more, read for yourself.

4. Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle

This book has a heart touching, light creating plot, full of reminders that beauty still remains in this world. It is a book that you can read, and reread, and never find old. There is always some fresh plot aspect to be explored

5. Narnia by C.S. Lewis

Last but not least, this timeless classic has so much to offer in regards to plot. Even though each book in the series feels complete, with it's own separate plot, you must read the full series to see the full picture painted by the author.

And if you are still feeling like more excellent plots, go read some Agatha Christie or Dorothy L. Sayers, the queens of plotting! Murder mysteries are mostly plot based.