One of the most sought-after fiction novels for children Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is definitely an enjoyable read. This is related to the Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Twain's previous novel, where Tom also plays one of the important characters. The story revolves around Huckleberry aka Huck and his life, when his drunkard father, Pap, kidnaps and demands him to give up the money that he earned as a reward along with Tom. The backdrop of the story is around the famous Mississippi river where Pap keeps his son like a prisoner in a hut. Huck fakes his own murder and escapes the place where a series of adventures await him. This book is not just face paced and fun to read, but also is a window to how the American society functioned in those times.