Fiction & Literature

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Jane Austen

Emma Woodhouse is one of the most captivating and vibrant personages of Austen. Beautiful, affluent, ambitious and irrepressibly funny, Emma arranges the lives of her sleepy little village 's inhabitants and plays matchmaker with disastrous impact.

The Count of Monte Cristo

Alexandre Dumas

     Tossed in jail for a wrongdoing he has not committed, Edmond Dantes is limited to the terrible post of On the off chance that. There he learns of a incredible store of treasure covered up on the Isle of Monte Cristo and he gets to...

The Brothers Karamazov

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

The Brothers Karamazov could be a kill puzzle, a court dramatization, and an investigation of suggestive contention in a arrangement of triangular cherish issues including the “wicked and sentimental” Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov and his th...

Madame Bovary

Gustave Flaubert

Emma Bovary is beautiful and bored, caught in her marriage to a unremarkable specialist and smothered by the triviality of common life. An enthusiastic devourer of nostalgic books, she yearns for energy and looks for elude in fantasies of tall sentim...

Great Expectations

Charles Dickens

In this grasping story of wrongdoing and blame, exact retribution and remunerate, the compelling characters incorporate Magwitch, the dreadful and fearsome convict; Estella, whose excellence is exceeded expectations as it were by her haughtiness; and...



Candide is the story of a delicate man who, in spite of the fact that pummeled and slapped in each course by destiny, clings frantically to the conviction that he lives within "the best of all conceivable universes." On the surface a witty, bantering...

Anna Karenina

Lev Tolstoy

Acclaimed by numerous as the world's most noteworthy novel, Anna Karenina gives a endless scene of modern life in Russia and of humankind in common. In it Tolstoy employments his strongly inventive knowledge to make a few of the foremost memorable ch...

A Journal of the Plague Year

Daniel Defoe

The novel could be a fictionalised account of one man's encounters of the year 1665, in which the Great Plague struck the city of London. The book is told generally chronologically, in spite of the fact that without segments or chapter headings.


Kim Stanley Robinson

A major new novel from one of science fiction's most powerful voices, AURORA tells the incredible story of our first voyage beyond the solar system. Brilliantly imagined and beautifully told, it is the work of a writer at the height of his powers....


Rebecca Scherm

EDGAR AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST FIRST NOVEL“Startlingly inventive.” —The New York Times Book Review“A sheer delight to read . . . I had no idea what was going to happen from one page to the next.” —Kate Atkinson...