Never too late - List for Beginning Readers!

February 15, 2019

Not everyone can develop a reading habit right from childhood and as adults, most of us don't know where to start. But don't feel bad, because you're not alone, there are many people like you, dealing with the same problem. And you might think you don't like reading at all, but as J.K. Rowling once said, you just haven't found the right Book!

So, to make things easier, we've put together a list of excellent, entertaining and engaging Books for any beginning reader! Once you start, you won't be able to top! 

Keep reading and enjoy!

1 An Ideal Husband

An Ideal Husband

Oscar Wilde | Drama Classics


A distinguished member of the House of Commons in London faces blackmail to support a corrupt plan to construct a canal in Argentina.

2 All for Love

All for Love

John Dryden | Drama Classics


Set in ancient Egypt, Cleopatra attempts to win back the love of Antony who is torn between his love for Cleopatra and his true wife, Octavia.

3 Arms and the Man

Arms and the Man

George Bernard Shaw | Drama Classics


Two of Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw's most satiric and hilarious comedies that take on the controversial issues of British militarism and the Irish question. This new, edited edition with an introduction by two Shaw scholars, emphasizes the brilliance of the Playwright's biting commentary on love and war. Download it today!

4 An Enemy of the People

An Enemy of the People

Henrik Ibsen | Drama Classics


When Dr. Stockmann warns his town that the communal baths are contaminated, the town mayor, criticizes his claims and turns the community against him.

5 A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

Charles Dickens | Fiction Classics


This novel follows the lives of three peasants who are degraded and subdued by the French aristocracy.

6 Emma


Jane Austen | Fiction Classics


The beautiful and intelligent Emma Wodehouse enjoys meddling in other people's love lives, but she can't seem to find a love of her own.

7 A Young Girl's Diary

A Young Girl's Diary

An Anonymous Young Girl | Fiction Classics


This journal recounts the real life writings of a young girl as she learns about family, friendships, and love.

8 The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

Alexandre Dumas | Fiction Classics


Edmond Dantes is imprisoned on a false political charge. He makes a daring escape, finds the treasure of Monte Cristo, and seeks revenge upon his enemies.

9 Carmilla


Sheridan Le Fanu | Horror Classics


Lonely Laura is thrilled when she becomes friends with Carmilla, a mysterious stranger in this Gothic vampire tale.

10 Three Men in a Boat

Three Men in a Boat

Jerome K. Jerome | Humor Classics


More than 100 years after its first appearance, Jerome K. Jerome's classic account of an eccentric journey up the Thames by rowboat, remains popular. The erratic progress of J. Harris, George and Montmorency the dog won immediate approval of Londoners, while readers all over the world saw THREE MEN IN A BOAT as a key to the British character.

11 A Strange Disappearance

A Strange Disappearance

Anna Katharine Green | Mystery Classics


A young woman working as a domestic servant disappears from a wealthy household in New York City, and the police begin their search to find her.

12 Dark Hollow

Dark Hollow

Anna Katharine Green | Mystery Classics


The small town of Shelby is shaken when a man by the name of Etheridge was found beaten to death.

13 A Thief in the Night

A Thief in the Night

E. W. Hornung | Mystery Classics


Raffles is a gentleman thief who can't help himself from stealing valuable jewelry. With the aid of Bunny Manders, he continues to elude Scotland Yard.

14 Dead Men Tell No Tales

Dead Men Tell No Tales

E. W. Hornung | Mystery Classics


If the skipper says we're in ballast why not believe him? Why repeat steerage gossip, about mysterious cargoes, at the cuddy table? Captains are always touchy about that sort of thing.

15 A Bit O' Love

A Bit O' Love

John Galsworthy | Romance Classics


This satirical play presents a distinct portrayal of the British upper class society during the 1930's.