The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Step into the glamour and intrigue of the roaring 20s with a masterpiece novel that defies classification. Follow the enigmatic Jay Gatsby as he rises to wealth and power, throwing elaborate parties and chasing his elusive love, Daisy Buchanan. Filled with both lyrical beauty and stark realism, this captivating tale reveals a hero like no other who will live on in readers' memories long after the final page. Prepare for a reading experience that blends irony, romance, and mysticism for an unforgettable literary journey.
Melinda and I really like The Great Gatsby. When we were first dating, she had a green light that she would turn on when her office was empty and it made sense for me to come over. – source
2020-07-03T16:20:44.000ZSome books I’ve read and re-read many times: Meditations by Marcus Aurelius The Moviegoer by Walker Percy The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene The Little Girl at the Window by Totto-Chan – source
2021-04-10T11:52:19.000Z@robinince @Janeannie Thank you, and doesn’t it just. - I can definitely recommend re-re-re-re-re-reading etc. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve read it and I still find new phrases. Astonishing that such a short book can contain such multitudes. – source