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5 Classics To Read If You Don’t Like Classics

I'm not the biggest fan of classic books out there - in fact, I tend to avoid the majority of them. I find the language hard to read, and the plots often hard to follow.
However, lately, I have read quite a few classics (and discovered a few more that I am yet to read) that I actually found quite easy to read and was a bit surprised. Not all classics have to be stuffy and full of blocky language.
Here's five that I think you should read.

A Tudor Turk – Rehan Khan

The concept is interesting. A Tudor Turk is set in Istanbul in 1591, and follows the story of Will and Awa. It's unusual to find historical YA novels, but after enjoying A Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue, I can really see how the idea works.

My Ranking of All ASOUE Books

It's been a while since I wrote a post about A Series of Unfortunate Events, and although (hopefully) there will be one soon with my thoughts of the final season of the Netflix series, I felt like it was time for me to talk about it a bit more again. 
I finished the last book quite a while ago, and now I think that means it's time for me to work out which book is my favourite.