Bookish Refreshment has been reviewing books for months now and has decided to pick out 5 books that have interested me so far while reading them. As I am a classic lover these recommendations would be of it. I have picked out the most famous books of great authors from the past and present which would be sure to win your heart. I have written reviews on most of these books and have given a link below to check out them. I hope you like this post. If you like this post, please like comment and share it with your friends and family. For more such updates, click the follow button on the side of the page. Without further delay, scroll down to find my TOP 5 BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS.
- Jane Eyre
This classic book was published in 1847 and was the first published novel of the famous author Charlotte Bronte. Jane Eyre was a hit among the readers and is yet ruling in the heart of them. The book is of the orphan Jane Eyre and how she overcome her struggles in every stages of her life. You can find my review on it by clicking on the link below.
Edenbrooke is the debut novel of Julianne Donaldson and was published on 2012. The descriptions and the author’s manner of writing is to be highly admired in this book. Marianne like for simplicity and countryside and Philip’s sudden change from reserved manner to a joyful life would entertain you throughout the book. If you want to experience a novel similar to Jane Austen’s, do not miss this out. A review on Edenbrooke would be updated soon in Bookish Refreshment.
3. Pride and Prejudice
This historical fiction was published in 1813 and is the second novel of Jane Austen. Though all her books were equally famous, Pride and Prejudice rules a steps higher than the other books. The readers liked the wit of Elizabeth Bennet and the reserved manner of Mr. Darcy. Click the link below to find my review on it.
Rebecca is a mysterious gothic fiction which was published in 1938. This book was the author Daphne du Maurier’s fourth novel and has a magic to attract the readers till the end of the story. The protagonist who was always referred as Mrs. de Winter’s shy reserved manner changing throughout the story and the mystery of Rebecca would stick you to the book.
5. Wuthering Heights
Wuthering Heights is another novel which we highly recommend. Though this book would be a little advanced at the first, when you catch the story out there would be nothing which could stop you from reaching the end. This roller coaster gothic novel was published in 1847 and was written by Emily Bronte.