John Milton: Paradise Lost

One of 17th centuryís most notable pieces of literature, John Miltonís Paradise Lost takes on the story behind humankindís first disobedience resulting in the banishment of Adam and Eve from paradise. Throughout the epic poem, Satan is set in different positions that underline his constant efforts to be in battle with God in order to defeat Him eventually. At the beginning of the story, Satan, together with other fallen angels, creates Pandemonium in hell to serve somewhat like their home turf, their headquarters wherein they decide to destroy humankind as their assault.

Victor Hugo: Les Misérables

Widely considered as one of the greatest novels of the nineteenth century, Les Mis√©rables (literally ‚ÄúThe Miserable Ones‚ÄĚ) by Victor Hugo reeks of passion, idealism and high drama.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Devour on twelve mystifying detective stories with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous collection, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Set in the foggy streets of Victorian London, join Sherlock Holmes and his trusted friend Dr. Watson as they solve serial crimes and interesting curiosities. Sherlock's wit and exceptional intellect will make you crave for more. Each plot presents a perfect blend of mystery and comedy, keeping the reader entertained all throughout the book.