Why do I keep a special part of my bookshelf reserved for this splendiferous short novel?
- Lord Henry says something outstandingly philosophical every time he opens his mouth, and each time you reread the book you agree with him a little more. You won't agree with everything he says though, you'll understand where he's coming from however.
- Love, tragedy, philosophy, art, murder, intrigue. You name it, it's here.
Moral of the story: living a life of selfish debauchery makes you an ugly bastard.... well that's sort of half of the story
The Picture of Dorian Gray is by Oscar Wilde.
Plot: 4/5 Excellent!
Characters: 5/5 I'm especially fond of Lord Henry
Total: 5/5 READ this book! Buy a copy, buy two copies!