Classics On My Kindle That I Need To Read!

Hello everyone!

So, I finally managed to finish reading a book except it wasn’t a classic XD Nooooooooooo. But don’t worry, I, your booknerd has come up with a master plan that can change everything. And that involves Bookie.

Who’s Bookie?

My kindle e-reader!

Bookie was a 13th birthday present from my parents in July 2011 on the condition that I saved some money towards it which I did and I’ve realised that instead of panicking over packing a physical book whilst travelling, take Bookie instead and get the free classics in advance!

This photo list will show all of the classics on my kindle that I’ve either started reading but haven’t finished or haven’t started at all. I do actually own a few of these in physical formats but instead of leaving them any longer to gather up dust, Bookie is now going to get involved.

So, without further ado, here’s the photo list thanks to Bookie!


The photos are a little jumbled but I do hope everyone can see them OK. Let me know if there are any that I should prioritise!

Have a great day/night, see you all soon!


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  1. I’ve read most of these. I loved Far from the Madding Crowd, and am actually currently reading The Secret Garden (I was a fan of the film as a child and am loving the book so far). The Mill on the Floss got me into George Eliot, who was just brilliant. And it’s marvellous to see some Charles Kingsley on your TBR, by the way! x

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  2. Some good choices there! Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Little Women and the Secret Garden were quite shortish reads if I remember rightly, so if you want to check off a lot on your list in one go, then I would suggest those first! Also, have you read The Woman in White? I read that recently after having it on my shelf for ages…I couldn’t put it down! Happy reading! 🙂 x

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