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3 Novel Novels

Updated on August 16, 2013

Pride and Prejudice

I found myself caring about the characters within the first few pages, and I have never related to a novel heroine as much as I did with Elizabeth. This is a story about social class through the eyes of the main character, Elizabeth. And while the author wrote about social class in Victorian Era England, she also weaved one of the most interesting love stories into the mix. However, Elizabeth is not a lovesick puppy, in fact, she is independent and witty. The author touches on several other themes as well, such as family, connections, and scandal. This novel will have you hooked by the first line, "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife."


Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland not only is a short read, but a good read. The story of little Alice falling down a rabbit hole has always been fascinating, because adults read the story as well as children because it is entertaining and I have never come across a story so simple yet complex at the same time! I found myself smiling while reading the puns and the absolute craziness of her adventures. The concepts are also simple, but they are also original. Who would have thought a rabbit in a waistcoat and grinning cat would be so popular? I highly recommend this short read, and though it will probably take only a day or two, the ideas in the novel will float through your mind for quite a while afterward.


The Hound of the Baskervilles

This is one the most magnificently told mysteries of all time, and you will find yourself attempting to solve the mystery alongside the iconic Sherlock Holmes. There is an estate in England haunted by a spectral dog that threatens to be the end of the Baskervilles family. This is one of the few novels I have ever read that I gasped at the outcomes and was completely engaged. You will find yourself examining every clue the author throws at you, and everything will come to clarity at the end and you'll why you didn't figure it out before. The mystery turns out to be quite elementary.

Which of these three novels (only if you've read them, please) is the best?

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