Top 20 best books to read during isolation

1The Trial, Franz Kafka

“Somebody probably been lying about Josef K… ” So starts Kafka’s horrendous story of a man caught in an inconceivable bureaucratic procedure in the wake of being captured by two operators from a unidentified office for a wrongdoing they’re not permitted to delineate for him. Hinting the discrimination against Jews of Nazi-involved Europe, just as the strategies for the Stasi, KGB, and StB, it’s an agitating, now and again befuddling, story with chilling reverberation.

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