The opening lines of a novel can prove crucial, and many authors spend an inordinate amount of time considering how their books will begin. From Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities to Melville's Moby Dick, often the opening sentence or two of a book will become the most frequently quoted and iconic passage from the entire novel. This list has the best novels...
A list of the best must-read books of all time, suitable for every one of all ages, creeds and color. These are the novels, autobiographies, and short books that you should consider when you ask yourself, "What book should I read next?" If you somehow made it through school without reading the classic - or you're still in school - be sure to check ...
The Observer's list of the 100 best novels of all-time. For the full article go to: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2003/oct/12/features.fiction. What constitutes as a good book is subjective, but The Observer has chosen their top 100 books with specific requirements and achievements in mind, and I think they've done well with their selection.
The Magic of David Copperfield XVII: Tornado of Fire (2001) (With special guest Carson Daly)
David Copperfield - Walking through The Great Wall of China
David Copperfield - Portal - The most amazing illusion ever (480 x 360)
Charles Dickens David Copperfield 1999 BBC Adaptation)