Join Ishmael as he recounts the adventures of Ahab, a ship captain seeking revenge on a legendary whale.
Though both incredibly opulent and heartbreaking, The Great Gatsby will no doubt leave you with a new outlook on love and life.
The legendary author explores the generation following World War I and touches on love, morality, and more.
The themes of jealousy and revenge in Emily Brontë's first and only published novel will have you hooked until the end.
Holden Caulfield and his teenage angst will leave readers feeling nostalgic, whether it's your first or fifteenth time reading.
Arguably the most famous of Jane Austen's work, few can forget the relationship between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet.
Many authors claim this is the greatest piece of literature ever written, and after picking up a copy you'll see why.
Big Brother is watching! This haunting story somehow continues to remain relevant, even though it's been nearly 70 years since it was published.
Orphan Pip is the star of this coming-of-age tale, which happens to be the author's 13th novel, and second to be written entirely in the first person.
Children and adults will delight over Lemuel Gulliver's many adventures to other worlds with men both great and small.
A terrifying dystopian future shows 15-year-old Alex, whom the state has decided to "redeem" in a world where criminals rule after dark.
The darkly funny Yossarian brings readers along on his journey as a bombardier in World War II.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning novel recounts the tale of one Oklahoma family as they navigate the Great Depression.
Harper Lee transports you back to the 1930s South, where you'll join Scout as she watches her father battle for justice.
Frodo, Gandalf, Gollum—all your favorite characters await in the epic series that inspired the hit movies.
Scarlett O'Hara will enchant you (and surprise you) as she struggles to navigate life during and after the Civil War.
This story of two sisters living in very different worlds will make an emotional impact you'll never forget.
A group of schoolboys think they've hit the jackpot when they find themselves stranded on an island. But their freedom soon turns to terror as they slip farther away from the world they knew.
Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn are Mark Twain's most famous characters.
A nameless narrator looks back upon his life growing up in a black community, from his childhood in the South to his life as an adult in a confusing and violent era.
Meet the Compsons: an aristocratic family in the 20th century. Told from four points of view—three of which are the sons', the fourth is the domestic servant's—the various perspectives of their moral decline will make every page even more interesting than the last.
Fall under Narnia's spell in the C.S. Lewis series that's served as inspiration for adults and children alike for years.
Few can forget Hester Prynne, who was scorned by her community after conceiving a daughter out of wedlock.
Freedom is a thing of the past in this futuristic tale where humans are genetically bred to ensure a flawless society for an authoritarian ruler.
Join Okonkwo, a wealthy warrior in Africa during the 1800s, as he watches a European society overtake his culture.
This political allegory follows a group of farm animals who band together to take down their human master—only to find themselves turning on each other later.
Randle Patrick McMurphy's adventures (and struggles with the powerful Nurse Ratched) at a mental hospital are both comical and painfully tragic.
You're never too old (or young!) to follow the story of Wilbur and his barn animal friends.
Toni Morrison's novel about slavery and Sethe, the woman who lived through terrors on the farm she grew up on, will leave a lasting impact on any reader.
Billy Pilgrim and his outlook on war, specifically the firebombing of Dresden, have remained the reason why this novel has stood the test of time.