Updated: Jul 8, 2019
"A classic is something everybody wants to have read but nobody wants to read." ~Mark Twain
Let's be honest: how many of you have pretended to have read Moby Dick? Said you loved Pride and Prejudice . . . but never stuck around long enough to see how Elizabeth and Darcy's romance turned out?
We've all been guilty of concealing our hate for a few musty old books. But classic novels don't have to be only for that high school English class you hated.
Yet let's not swear off classics forever! Cold, rainy nights spent under cozy covers, road trips with your feet on the dashboard . . . sometimes this coveted books can't be beaten!
Here is a list of six superior reads that will impress, but not bore you to death. I'll spout a brief synopsis, tell you why I like it, and how it's different from other classics. I've also included a few tips to spice up your summer reading. Ladies and gentleman, classic books you'll actually like!