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5 sad books you can read on Blue Monday

An advertising strategy of a defunct company baptized the third Monday in January as the saddest Monday of the year and thus the “Blue Monday”. Therefore, we leave you some sad books that you can read on this day dedicated to nostalgia.

The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

On the top it looks like an innocent children’s book. It’s short and easy to read, but as the plot unfolds, the characters begin to delve into philosophical reflections that create an affective bond with the prince, as wise as he is candid.

However, the little character will blindly and placidly address a destiny that will wrinkle your heart.

Fantastic Four, by John Green

Romances captivate us, but when love is woven with disappointments, then they can fascinate us much more. This occurs in the story of Hazel and Augustus, who are cancer patients and will seek that love gives them more strength on a journey where they walk on a wobbly thread between life and death.

Atonement, by Ian Mc Ewan

Lies, regrets and guilt are conjured in a horrific war scenario where the fates of the characters will take rugged, difficult, and certainly unfair paths. The descriptions and well-designed story delve into a story with psychological nuances that will move more than one.

Never Forsake Me, by Kazuo Ishiguro

In boarding school, unbearable rules, discipline and routines are the bread and butter. However, in what seems to be the most predictable world, a story of sadness and loss will devastate young people who will live unconventional romances in an environment that wants to keep appearances far from reality.

Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck

In the middle of the Great Depression, Hundreds of Americans roamed the country looking for a job that would allow them to survive.

Its protagonists, Lennie and George, could have gone their separate ways in search of their own interests, but it was not like that, a part of themselves stood alongside the other in a difficult panorama that will appeal to the human sensitivity of the reader.

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