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A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens invites you on an adventure in his 18th century telling that takes place during the French Revolution. The story revolves around Sydney Carton, who virtually sacrifices his life for friends Charles Darnay and Lucie Manette. If you’re a lover of all things political, A Tale of Two Cities will not only capture your attention but also enlighten you in ways you never expected with this blast from the past! You will fall in love with the intricate characters, drama, and outstanding writing of Dickens himself.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain
If you’re a fan of Mark Twain or new to Mark Twain, you should know that this is a writer who is full of humor and adventure! In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, you will follow the story of Tom and his best friend Huckleberry Finn on a life-changing journey that is not only intriguing and mischievous. Many of Mark Twain’s novels are based off his own life full of adventure serving in the Confederate Army. Whether young or old, this novel is one that lives in our hearts through history.
Grimm’s Fairy Tales, The Brothers Grimm
If classical novels are your thing, then you will love the fairy tales that you find inside Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Carved from intensive Western culture, these stories that came forth from the creative minds of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm have set a standard for all fairy tales to come after. You will fall in love with these sometimes-dark, original versions of some of your favorites – from Little Red Riding Hood to Snow White!
Dracula, Bram Stoker
Everybody has heard of the terrifying tale of Dracula, whether amongst friends or on classical movies. Now you can read about Dracula as a famous literary character that wreaks havoc on hunters that intend to stop him. This novel written in gothic style set the standard for all vampire novels to follow, putting an emphasis on Count Dracula as he attempts to make a move from Transylvania to England so that he can find new blood and spread the undead curse from person to person. We invite you to read this amazingly horrific novel on a dark and gloomy night!
The Complete Sherlock Holmes: Volumes 1-4, Arthur Conan Doyle
Not only do you get to read the famous Sherlock Holmes stories, but you get the entire collection with this one! Over time, these famous novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle have become some of the most memorable, being ranked highly in both mystery and detective fiction. You will not only get to enjoy the remarkable series based around the famous fictional detective, but you will also enjoy the vibrant illustrations that tie into the classics that you have come to love!
Les Misérables, Victor Hugo
This French historical novel written by the imaginative Victor Hugo follows the lives and interactions of several characters, mostly revolving around ex-convict Jean Valjean. This highly-detailed novel that captivates the minds of many follows the development of a variety of characters, the designs of Paris and politics, and even brings in themes of family and romance. It is a thorough, lengthy novel that includes painstaking detail of characters you can’t help to know and love after hearing their stories about love, life, and forgiveness – some perspectives you will see from Hugo’s imagination.
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Jules Verne
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth, by Jules Verne, happens to be one of his earliest and most celebrated novels that revolves around the story of a manic German professor by the name of Otto Liedenbrock and his nephew, who follow the trail of an explorer as he makes his way to the center of the globe. If you’re an adventurer at heart and love a scientific viewpoint, as well as a novel full of suspense and despair, then this is the novel to land in your hands!
Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
Called one of the greatest novels of the nineteenth century, Wuthering Heights is a tale of passion and greed between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw – however, unlike many love stories you’ve read, this one separates itself by telling the story of utmost destruction and mystery. It starts with a gentleman who asks about Wuthering Heights, the remote farmhouse, and slowly spins out of control into the tragic romance of your darkest novel needs.
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