Friday, 21 June 2013



The Definitive Edition of THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV
-Illustrated with stunning images from the life and times of Dostoevsky
-Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience
-Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly

“One of 1000 novels everyone must read.” The Guardian

"The most magnificent book ever written.” Sigmund Freud

“The ultimate tale of three competitive brothers and a hopeless father involves love, hate, faith, nihilism, despair and patricide.” James Runcie

“The thing about Dostoevsky’s characters is that they are alive.” David Foster Wallace

“Greatest novel I ever read. Characters, plot, underlying philosophical/spiritual struggle. It's simultaneously giant and it’s intensely personal. It's so universal and so Russian” Hoyt

“THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV tells the story of family patriarch Fyodor Karamazov--a repellent crooked voluptuary--and his four sons. Three were raised primarily away from his household, and have only recently returned to his town. These are Dmitri, as debauchery-loving a sensualist as his father, but more of a tortured soul striving for a higher purpose and a life of honor; Ivan, a sullen rationalist skeptic who at times manifests a contempt for others and even himself, and whose sanity is threatened by the implications of the conclusions his intellect compels him toward; and Alyosha, a goody-goody aspirant to monkhood, who seeks to be as tolerant, helpful and healing as possible toward others, but who worries how much the passionate nature he shares with the other males in his family will deflect him from his spiritual path. The fourth is the unacknowledged illegitimate son Pavel Smerdyakov, who works as a servant in the household of his father.” Philo Gabriel, Yahoo!

THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV is one of the most profound and engaging novels of all time about family, spirituality, love, and life. Presented in a beautiful edition specially designed for kindle, this is Dostoevsky’s masterpiece which will stay with you forever.  

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