Your “Booket List” , Classic Quest


How lively is cuddling up with a good book. And it’s even better with a classic novel. For it takes you way back in time to the point you wish to be left in there. In time where there was chivalry, Debonaire Romance and words of originality and uniqueness tied up with haunt. The medieval time aside the hardship, there were writers inventing words to fit doings staying late nights listening to stories in the reyn of the eyre. In time where everich seke the sooth. As the truth was perilous. Alderbest bitwix the now and then, oon gets to learn the core of todays advanced language ‘ere all the make ups to the tongue.

Books now and then of course yeve different doome and delyt to the readers, but none could ever catch up with the olden classic novels of the pronounced authors of the time whom captured the scene behind stages. Biknowth the unwist. I say life is too short to not travel back in time at once, as our past is what nurtured the grounds we settled our present on.

People all around keep lists of the adventures, dreams and bucket lists of those things. This article is for those who would like to make it their quest to travel back and forth in time. This is a “classic Booket list” A journey to make to the classics marveling “novely”. Here follows preeminent classic novels of all times every book lover should die reading.

Begin emptying your “booket” list

  1. In search of lost time by Marcel Proust
  2. Ulysses- James Joys
  3. Don Quixote- Miguel De Cervantes
  4. War and Peace- Leo Tolstoy
  5. The Odyssey- Homer
  6. To kill A mocking bird- Harper Lee
  7. The Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams
  8. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – John le Carre
  9. The Three Musketeers- Alexandra Dumas
  10. Crime and Punishment- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  11. Les Miserables- Victor Hugo
  12. The moon Stone- Willkie Collins
  13. 1984- George Orwell
  14. Jane Eyre- Charlotte
  15. The Portrait of the lady- Henry James
  16. Lord Of The Files- William Golding
  17. Heart Of Darkness- Joseph Conrad
  18. The Scarlet Letter- Nathaniel Hawthorn
  19. The Tale Of Two Cities- Charles Dickens
  20. The Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald
  21. Pride and Prejudice- Jane Austen
  22. The Count of Monte Cristo- Alexandra Dumas
  23. The Phantom Of The Opera- Gaston Leroux
  24. The Second Sex- Simon De Beauvoir
  25. The Strange Case Of Peter The Lett- George Simenon



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