Do you ever feel tired of reading? Do you feel like you are bored with reading and need to change my book genre?

We all love books but sometimes we get bored with reading. We feel tired and exhausted and don’t feel like picking up the novel. Sometimes you post a nice pick of coffee and your current read but then u don’t feel like reading. You just look at the book and say to yourself that you will read after having a look at your social media or doing some other not so important work.

Every one of us goes through that feeling. Even though we love reading and all, we get lazy sometimes.

I present to you a new challenge that I will be taking up to read and reviewing each and every book. On the page below is the photo of the first 88 novels I will be reading.

Picture downloaded from Pinterest.

I will be reading each novel and will be reviewing them. Each novel is a classic that is loved by every book reader. It is always a Must-read in every blog by all bloggers. A bitter truth is that I was bored and frustrated. I had to look for books and all the same genre books were kind of boring so I will be reviewing in an easy and simple way.

The first 22 novels that will be reviewed in the next 3 months are;

  • A Christmas Carol.

  • To The Lighthouse.

  • The Wind In The Willows.

  • The Scarlett Letter.

  • Frankenstein.

  • Wuthering Heights.

  • Pride And Prejudice.

  • 1984.

  • Jane Eyre.

  • The Art Of War.

  • Sense And Sensibility.

  • The Great Gatsby.

  • Animal Farm.

  • The Time Machine.

  • The Metamorphosis.

  • The Prince.

  • Lord Jim.

  • The Diary Of A Young Girl.

  • The Call Of The Wild.

  • Treasure Island.

  • Gulliver’s Travels.

These are the classics I will be reading and reviewing for the next 3 months. Although I am not sure which books will be reviewed first as some of them have been ordered and some are remaining.

I will try my best to review books as fast as possible. See you with the next review in a few days.

Keep reading and encourage others.

Thank you for your time.



  1. I cannot recommend ‘Wuthering Heights’ enough. It is just marvellous, and one of the books I studied for my English Literature exams at school. If ‘The Stranger’ is the Albert Camus book, ‘L’Etranger’, then that too is a wonderful example of existentialist writing. I studied that in French, for my French exams.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I haven’t read wuthering heights but I have heard a lot about it. Yes, the stranger is Albus Camus’ novel. I am looking forward to it too. Do you recommend any other classics?? I would live to try

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      1. I always recommend anything by Charles Dickens, especially Great Expectations. Anna Karenina by Tolstoy is very good too. I see you have The Catcher in The Rye on your list. That is a wonderful coming of age story indeed. 🙂

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      2. Yes, I have a lot of nice and banned stories. I am looking forward to them all and if they are not in my list I shall add them now. Thank you for your recommendation. If you got any other do tell me.

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