Hey guys, today I am coming at you with my top 5 classics that I want to read! I really enjoy reading classics, but I definitely don’t read as many as I should, and as you guys may know, I love making lists, so of course, that’s what I’ll do. Here’s my top 5 classics for my tbr!


The Book ThiefΒ The Book Thief

Okay, so I started this a couple of years ago and was going to use it for an English project but they gave us the assignment as last minute as possible so I didn’t have enough time to finish it and had to use a different novel and ended up not finishing it. I will get to it eventually, but I doubt it’s going to happen in the next year or two unless you guys force me to.


And Then There Were NoneΒ And Then There Were None

I still can’t believe that I have never read an Agatha Christie book. I’ve seen some Poirot, and I’ve seen that one Doctor Who episode. Basically, I know nothing and I’m clearly an uncultured swine when it comes to classics mystery or any mystery at all.



FrankensteinΒ Frankenstein

How have I not read this one yet? I mean, it’s Frankenstein. I’ve been meaning to pick this one up all month but somehow still haven’t gotten around to it. It’s the perfect Spooky October read and I’m really hoping that I’ll get around to it soon. Also, the audible exclusive is narrated by Dan Stevens and his voice isΒ πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ



The Three MusketeersΒ The Three Musketeers

This is the only book on here where I sort of no nothing about the story, apart from the Agatha Christie mystery. I’ve seen the film with Mr Darcy in it and that’s about it. I know this is named after three musketeers but is really about four. I know that this also involvesΒ good guys and bad guys, and France is thrown in there somewhere.


Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic NovelΒ Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel

I am currently listening to the Audible exclusive of Anne of Green Gables (narrated by Rachel McAdams) at the moment and I am really loving it so of course when I heard there was a graphic novel I had a mini heart attack. Not even lying, I had to leave the room. This book is my childhood so it’s safe to say that I am ridiculously excited to get to this.



Have you read any of these classics? Which classics are on your tbr?


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    1. Yeah, I honestly can’t believe I haven’t read them yet. I’ve heard nothing but great feedback on them so I’m hoping to get to them soon. Oh, Frankenstein, I have the audiobook downloaded and ready to go but for whatever reason keep getting distracted from reading it. I don’t know, maybe I just need to read it outside of the school term but it sounds so good I want to get to it as soon as possible.

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  1. I’ve read all of these, and I recommend them all! (Except for the Anne graphic novel. Anne of Green Gables is one of my very favorite books, but I didn’t even know there was a graphic novel!)

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    1. Yess, thank you, I can’t wait to get to them all! I love Anne and crazily, I read an arc of the gn just after posting this. I will say that the graphic novel was definitely not as good as the book, and hat most likely I wouldn’t purchase it myself.


      1. I looked up the graphic novel after reading your post, and I’m not the world’s biggest fan of the art style. I think I would have bought it if they’d gone with a different artist.

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  2. I haven’t read any of these actually, but I’m planning on picking up The Book Thief. I’ve heard a lot of great things so fingers crossed!

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  3. I’ve been meaning to read Anne of Green Gables for AGES but for some reason I just haven’t gotten around to doing so yet. Also, And Then There Were None is FANTASTIC ❀ I've reread it so many times but I keep going back to it again and again. Happy reading!! πŸ™‚

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    1. Anne of Green Gabes is fantastic (I have read it soo many times that I’ve lost count) so I definitely recommend it, the movies are also great if you enjoy longer films that are also pretty accurate. I am so excited to read And Then There Were None, it’s great to hear that it’s also re-readable! Thank you! 😍


  4. I’ve read both Frankenstein and The Book Thief and sadly didn’t really enjoy either. They weren’t bad they just didn’t hold my interest much. I’ve been meaning to read and Agatha Christie novel too, I actually haven’t read any of her books yet.

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    1. Noo, somehow this actually reassures me though? Like, I’m glad that not everyone loves them? Frankie is pretty short and a bunch of my friends are reading it for class (also, the audio is narrated by Dan Stevens, whom I love) so I’ll still read it, but I’ve honestly been holding off from The Book Theif because I feel like I won’t love it as much as everyone else seems to.
      I know right?? She has so many books and I’ve read none of them, am I even a real reader? We’ll get there lol! 😍


      1. That’s a good point, you don’t want to feel like you’re the only one who doesn’t like this super popular classic. I can appreciate the book and I enjoyed the ending, but I found the whole thing slow and uncompelling so I was unable to love it.

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