Three books to read this spring | Part III: classics πŸ“™πŸŒΌ


Dear reader,

As you know I love recommending books according to seasons. For this spring I already recommended you three contemporaries and three fantasy novels to read, but now I am back with a new recommendations post.

Without further ado here are three classics to read this spring.


β₯ Evelina by Frances Burney


I read this book back in April and fell head to toes in love with it. I thought it was so entertaining, funny and well written. I saw afterwards that apparently Jane Austen recommended this book, and before I saw it I thought it was the most perfect book for any Jane Austen’s fans out there. If you’re looking for a light hearted classic filled with funny characters and romance, this book is for you.

β₯ Emma by Jane Austen


I mean, how can I not recommend Emma for spring? I think I already recommended it for last summer, but this book is perfect for any sunny days. I recently watched the new adaptation and fell in love with it. It’s such a beautiful movie with lots of pastel colours which makes it even more perfect for spring. This is a light classic as well with a very funny and peculiar main character, and a really entertaining romance.

β₯ Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy


Finally I had to include one of my favourite authors, Thomas Hardy, in this list. I read this book years ago and was immediately obsessed with it. I think it’s great for this season because of the setting of this farming community and though the whole story talks about betrayal and the truth about reality, it still is a sweet classic to discover and Thomas Hardy’s writing style is to die for.

And that’s all!

What classics would you recommend to read during spring? Have you read any of those?

Love always,



6 thoughts on “Three books to read this spring | Part III: classics πŸ“™πŸŒΌ”

  1. I’ve not hear of Eveline but it sounds good, I love Jand Austen’s novels and am always looking for anything similar. I’ll have to add it to my TBR.


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