Books to read – our recommendations
Books to read – our recommendations

Books to read – our recommendations

Getting into books can feel overwhelming, but we’ve got you covered with our easy-to-follow list. Check out our suggestions featuring works by some awesome writers: Victor Hugo, William Shakespeare, Jules Verne, and Ismail Kadare.

1. “Les Misérables by Victor Hugo tells the story of Jean Valjean, a former prisoner trying to redeem himself in 1800s France, highlighting themes of justice, compassion, and the strength of the human spirit.”

2. “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”, another masterpiece by Victor Hugo, unfolds the poignant tale of Quasimodo, a kind-hearted bell ringer, as he faces societal prejudice and falls in love against the backdrop of Notre-Dame Cathedral in medieval Paris.

3. “Hamlet, a timeless tragedy by William Shakespeare, follows the tormented Prince Hamlet as he grapples with betrayal, revenge, and existential questions in the Danish court, delivering a profound exploration of human nature and moral dilemmas.

4. “Romeo and Juliet, a classic play by William Shakespeare, unfolds a poignant love story between the young protagonists from feuding families, exploring themes of love, fate, and the consequences of unchecked hatred in Verona.

5. “Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne embarks readers on a thrilling adventure with Phileas Fogg, a meticulous Englishman, as he attempts to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days, blending humor, suspense, and a dash of Victorian-era charm.

6. “Broken April by Ismail Kadare” unveils a haunting tale set in the Albanian highlands, where a centuries-old blood feud unfolds against a backdrop of ancient customs, exploring the consequences of tradition, honor, and the inevitability of fate.

So, grab one of these books and enjoy the ride! Whether you’re into deep thoughts with Hugo, poetic words with Shakespeare, adventurous tales with Verne, or historical insights with Kadare, these picks promise a fun reading experience. Dive into these stories and let the words of these great authors take you to new and exciting places.

Written by:   Kamila Hidri


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