Book Lover’s Quest: Explore 30 Timeless Classics!

For those who find solace in the pages of a well-loved book, embarking on a literary quest through timeless classics is a journey that transcends time and genre.

In this blog post, we invite fellow book lovers on a quest to explore 30 enduring literary masterpieces. Whether you’re seeking profound insights, timeless tales, or simply the joy of a captivating story, these classics promise to enrich your reading experience and stand the test of time.

30. The Count of Monte Cristo

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Alexandre Dumas’ masterpiece tells the story of Edmond Dantès in a world of betrayal and vengeance. 

29. The Great Gatsby 

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F. Scott Fitzgerald takes ya back to the roaring twenties in the United States with Jay Gatsby.

28. The Grapes of Wrath 

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John Steinbeck takes us into the dust-bowl era and a down-on-their-luck Oklahoma family.

27. Anna Karenina 

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Leo Tolstoy’s book gives you a first-class peek into life in Russia during the late 1800s.

26. Pride and Prejudice 

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Jane Austen tells a story against the backdrop of country estate life in the 18th century.

25. A Christmas Carol 

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Charles Dickens’s tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, who softens up after receiving a coupl’a spectral visitors.

24. The Catcher in the Rye

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This is J.D. Salinger’s story of Holden Caulfield trying to keep youngsters from falling off this metaphorical cliff into the world of grown-ups.

23. Hamlet 

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This is William Shakespeare’s wild tale that’s got revenge, madness – the whole shebang.

22. Macbeth 

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Shakespeare returns – a story that’s all about how ambitions can chew you up and spit you out.

21. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 

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Lewis Caroll takes us into a fantastical world where everything is topsy-turvy. 

20. To Kill a Mockingbird 

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Harper Lee’s timeless classic is an eye-opener showing us the brutal truth about social injustices.

19. Jane Eyre 

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Charlotte Bronte writes about Jane – a girl who’s got guts, set in the moody halls of Thornfield Hall. 

18. Les Misérables 

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This piece by Victor Hugo is about Jean Valjean, thrown in the clink for 19 years just for stealing bread.

17. Le Petit Prince 

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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry tells of a pilot stranded in the Sahara who meets a boy from an asteroid.

16. The Odyssey 

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Homer writes about a trek chock full of heroism and a guy eager to return to his homestead.

15. Frankenstein 

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Mary Shelley didn’t pull any punches with her gothic thriller, through and through.

14. Crime and Punishment

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Fyodor Dostoevsky’s book is not your everyday whodunit – it’s one heck of a psychology trip. 

13. Wuthering Heights 

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Emily Bronte fascinates us In this whirlwind of family drama.

12. Don Quixote 

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This piece by Cervantes is about a retired country fella, who thinks he’s some kind of medieval knight.

11. Great Expectations 

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Charles Dickens’ lead guy, Pip, starts out as a humble kid and walks us through his life’s journey.

10. Little Women 

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Louisa M. Alcott takes us to four sisters with quirks, through their lives in New England.

9. Moby-Dick 

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Herman Melville’s riveting sea adventure will have you on the edge of your seat.

8. The Scarlet Letter 

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Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1850 classic talks about the harsh realities of life during that time.

7. Tess of the d’Urbervilles 

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Thomas Hardy talks of the leading lady getting tossed from one tragedy to another.

6. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 

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Robert Louis Stevenson talks of a lawyer who spends his time sniffing around, nosing into the peculiar case of Dr. Jekyll.

5. The Age of Innocence

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Edith Wharton paints a picture of love folded in the stiff creases of society’s rules. 

4. Brave New World 

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Aldous Huxley takes us to a world where fancy machines and space-age medicine rule the roost. 

3. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 

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Mark Twain introduces Huck Finn, a lad who knows a thing or two about adventures. 

2. The Brothers Karamazov 

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Fyodor Dostoevsky returns with “The Brothers Karamazov,” a real whodunit with a side of family drama. 

1. Animal Farm

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George Orwell’s book takes on risks that come with revolution, all wrapped up in a barnyard tale. 

So that’s it, folks. A taste of what classic literature has to offer.

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There’s something exceptional about watching our favorite characters and stories come to life on the big screen. So, we have compiled a list of 10 books that inspired some truly great movies. Be prepared to add these to your reading and watching lists!

25 Epic Tunes of the 80’s

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These are the best songs of the 80’s try not to sing along!

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Remember when you used to be able to get a random cat fact sent to you every day? Or when you could text services like Ask Jeeves or ChaCha and ask for answers or information? An online discussion turned into thousands of people sharing fun, weird facts, and here are a few of my favorites.

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