Fiction Thai Books – Read Them Like This
Fiction Thai Writing requires you to express ideas, events and conflicts in such a way that they are not too abstract. Thai Writing is not so much writing as it is communication. The main objective of a writer in writing fiction is to express his/her thoughts and emotions through the medium of fiction books. Fiction books are known as either books for children or books for adults. Both the groups enjoy reading different types of books in order to unwind their mind and refresh their spirits.
Fiction Thai Writing is much easier if you have an idea and creativity to express it in words. In fact, this is actually the essence of writing, because without any idea, the creative flow of words remains inactive. There are many different genres of Thai Writing. Each of these genres has its own term and terminology, thus making it difficult for a non-native writer to understand.
Romance novels are full of love, fantasy, hope, romance, passion and other such feelings. They are written with great care and devotion to make the readers feel special and wanted. They include storyboard scenes, characters, settings, plot, and many other elements that add to the power of the story. Fiction Thai Writes on the other hand, also include narration, character development, background, events and other elements of the novel. Fiction Thai Writing usually deals with love stories.
True Story of a Family of Five by Lakhmi Nivi Thanakarn, Thanon Nivi and Lakhmi Nivi Sunthornpattana will give you the story of how a family of five struggles through many difficulties in life. The novel starts with their parents separating and the father goes to a distant land to find his sister who is staying with her cousin. This novel is full of hilarity and tragedy all at the same time. This is considered to be a best seller and is being serialized in many popular Thai newspapers.
Another good story that you should read is called Randa. It is written by Sanit cryptadmek. In this novel, the story is told by two loners, Meebur and Nivi, who travel across the woods with their dog to find the girl that Meebur’s brother has been looking for. Their quest takes them through dangerous caves, swamps, and jungles. They meet many interesting characters along their journey.
Doeng Soi Likien is written by Khawen Suan, a former Thai soldier. In this novel, the story board scene has been used as a substitute for a story board. This scene is shown in each panel of a separate page. You will have a hard time reading this without pausing to glance at the picture that is usually shown beside the story board.
The final story I will tell you about is called Ratchaburi. It is about two cousins who fall in love but have problems because they are from opposing sides of the country. The story board scene is shown here and the cousins find themselves on opposite sides of the country, with one cousin wanting to be a North Bangkok and the other wanting to be a South Bangkok. This is another interesting twist of how fiction Thai books use story boards to add some character to the story.
Fiction Thai books can be a very fun read. You can easily pick up the stories as they unfold. However, if you plan on reading these books out of context you may miss some of the subtle details that make the story more interesting to you. You should always take your time to fully enjoy any book in which you have read. If you are planning on doing this, I highly recommend that you make use of a story board along with the original written material to create a new story with a different ending.