All audiobooks feel long when you're unable to concentrate on them—so imagine how much trouble you'd have with these behemoths. To understand just how long a really long audiobook actually is, let's compare that length to some more familiar reads.
Everyone knows Les Miserables, even those of us who think the length is miserablé.
It looks like Victor Hugo's Les Miserables has gone from classic novel to beloved musical to Academy Award-winning movie and is now becoming a TV mini-series.
If you're a writer out there then you know it can take time to finish a work of art. Whether its a short story or an epic novel, a lot of time and thought goes into finishing a story.
One of the first pieces of classic literature that I was able to get my hands on was Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. The novel is a huge undertaking for anyone, let alone a fifteen-year-old kid, but I was a huge fan of the Claude-Michel
Sometimes it feels like a chore to sit down and tear into one of the "classics." They're daunting and intimidating. It's a lot more fun to delve into something less challenging. But these classics are important, and I'm here to tell you about a few books that I bet you've never read!
Reading has a way of making us believe our favorite characters are real. Sometimes we believe they breathe the same air as us, or walk the same ground. But they don't text (besides in part one, which you can read here).
Anne Hathaway made her film debut as the princess of Genovia in 2001's "The Princess Diaries," and Meg Cabot, the author of the books on which the movies are based, says a third film could be on the way.