Part Two of Great Reads: Classics Edition

Several people have told me that I need to expand on my book list of classics. I was actually planning on doing this all along, because there are so many great books out there, but did not want to write and incredibly long post. So, without further ado, here is the next part of Great Reads: Classics Edition.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

I loved this book, even though it could be tough to read at parts. Miss Austen’s characters are so lifelike and relatable it’s hard to remember that they aren’t real. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for something to read!

Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

These timeless mysteries are a fun read for any age. Sir Doyle’s attention to detail is astonishing, and his plot lines are wonderful. The individual stories are also the perfect length to read quickly during a few moments of down time. I always hate having to put down a book in the middle of the action, so their small size is fantastic for quick breaks.

Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

I LOVE this book. I’m not talking about the movie here, most certainly not about the Disney movie, but the original book by J.M. Barrie. He is so imaginative and pays such close attention to detail. This story is tailored towards children, but the simplicity and profound truths found in every chapter appeal to adults as well. This classic is definitely one of my personal favorites.

 

I know this has been a shorter post, but I’m out of time. Keep watching for more book lists, stories, and recipes! Comment below with your thoughts!

 

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3 thoughts on “Part Two of Great Reads: Classics Edition

    1. Sherlock Holmes is really good 🙂 Most of the TV shows and movies are great too, though some of them depict him in a very inaccurate way. By the way, I noticed your username and it reminded me: I also like Little Women. It was one of the first longer chapter books I read when I was little.

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