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Jellybooks is always looking for readers interested in test reading some great books. This is how it works when you join a test reading campaign:
The books in this test reading project are provided in the ePub 3 format and can be read only with selected reading apps:
Click the “Sync Reading Stream” button at the end of each chapter to send your reading data to Jellybooks, and please complete the one-page survey at the end of the book.
The ebooks that were tested as part of this reading campaign were:
Oscar Wilde’s only novel created a huge public scandal when it first appeared in 1890. In telling the story of a handsome and privileged young man who trades his soul to live an unrestrained hedonistic lifestyle, both the author and his book were accused by some book reviewers of violating the laws guarding public morality. This tale’s unique perspective about the meaning of art, reality and truth has continued to spark many arguments and debates as well as enthral readers with its shocking story.
Centred around the lives of a large cast of characters in the fictitious Midlands town of Middlemarch, Eliot sets her ambitious novel at a pivotal point in English history. Electoral reforms, medical innovations and transforming social values herald in the beginning of more modern era. Eliot masterfully interweaves tales about a young idealist, a pedantic aging scholar, a progressive doctor, a religious hypocrite and a passionate impoverished artist. This extraordinary novel continues to fascinate readers for its nuanced psychological insight as much as its wonderfully dramatic story.
Although this novel was first published anonymously as a monthly serial, it proved to be the author’s first major literary success and earned him a wide readership. The story follows independent and spirited Bathsheba Everdene and the challenges she faces as a farmer of a large estate as well as her romantic entanglements with three very different suitors. This atmospheric novel’s vivid descriptions of rural life and frank portrayal of complicated sexual relationships established Hardy as one of the great Victorian realist writers of his time.
Set on the wiley, windy Yorkshire moors at the end of the 1700s, Emily Brontë’s only novel is a tale of a household divided by jealousy and torn apart by revenge. The romance between irascible Heathcliff and strong-willed Catherine has become one of the most renowned and tempestuous love affairs in English literature. Although this novel was initially scorned by critics for amorality and Emily Brontë never witnessed the book’s enduring success it has gone on to influence and inspire writers and musicians from Sylvia Plath to Kate Bush.
Mr Bennet is anxious for at least one of his five daughters to marry well in order to ensure the family’s financial security. But his intelligent and witty second daughter Elizabeth is quick to judge on first impressions. She makes a superficial assessment of wealthy, but ill-at-ease newcomer to the village Mr Darcy. The prospect of their potential romance is further complicated by Darcy’s notoriously aloof decorum. Discover why this fractious pair are at the centre of one of the most comic and romantic novels of all time.
It’s been 200 years since Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley first published this gothic masterpiece about scientist Victor Frankenstein and his famous monster. This sensational novel was a great success with the public when it was first published anonymously in 1818 and its gone on to inspire a huge amount of theatrical and film adaptations. But this landmark of science fiction proves its enduring relevance with the way its dramatic journey questions the consequences of meddling with nature and the meaning of what makes us human.
What happens when the spirited Countess Anna Karenina turns her back on a secure, but passionless marriage to unite with the dashing Count Karenin? This epic novel recounts the story of a feverish love affair conducted amidst social stigma and a religiously conservative 19th century society. But this is also the tale of Levin, a wealthy and idealistic landowner who grapples with similar conflicts in pursuing marriage to a woman of nobility. Tolstoy’s masterpiece captivates with a skilful and thoughtful balance of humour, tragedy and intriguing drama.
Of the many novels that Dickens wrote he considered this to be his favourite. Perhaps that’s because it is widely-considered his most autobiographical. David Copperfield follows its eponymous hero’s journey from an impoverished and perilous childhood to finding fame and fortune as a writer of fiction. With scenes of heart-breaking brutality, romantic strife and comic brilliance, this novel contains some of the most outlandish and memorable of its authors sharply depicted characters.
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The Sponsor for this test reading project is Rediscover the Classics with Jellybooks.
Some of the ebooks being provided may have been from uncorrected proofs, not final pages (“advance reading copies”). You may see typographical or grammatical errors that will be corrected in the finished book.
The purpose of this project is to allow Jellybooks Ltd and the Sponsor, to collect and analyze data relating to your interaction with the eBook.
What data will be collected about me during this campaign?
Jellybooks will be collecting certain elements of your personal data, such as your name, email address, gender and age as well as information about your reading behavior and your feedback on the ebooks.
Who will my data be shared with?
Jellybooks will assign you a unique identity number and will share this identity number as well as your reading data with the Sponsor. No information which can identify you personally will be shared with Sponsor. Other than this, your data will not be shared by Jellybooks with any other third parties.
How will my data be used?
The data you send us will be used to help Jellybooks and the Sponsor to better understand the ebook’s audience, as well as to help improve future content.
With that in mind, YOU AGREE AND ACKNOWLEDGE that by clicking the “Sync Reading Stream” button the data collected in your reading device or reading application, through your interaction with the eBook, will be sent to Jellybooks, which will analyze the information for the purpose of this project and share it with the Sponsor as described above. If you do not wish your data to be collected and shared in this way, please do not take part in this project.