The Great GatsbyF. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby

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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Book Summary

An Apple Books Classics edition.

The Roaring Twenties are in full effect in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s riveting classic. Man-about-town Jay Gatsby seems to have it all, including loads of money and a massive mansion where he hosts wild, extravagant parties every Saturday. But Gatsby’s missing one thing: Daisy Buchanan, the love of his life, the one who got away.

The Great Gatsby explores the impossible, but uniquely human, longing to return to the past and the costs associated with chasing the American Dream. It’s a beautifully written, entertaining read with timeless emotional appeal.

The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald) Book Reviews

ClassicA master of the descriptive narrative..Score: 5/5

Great graThis is a good book to read it as a play.Score: 5/5

Love love loveOne of the greatest pieces of writing in the history of man.Score: 5/5

Never look backWhere do I start!!! Rip to the late gatsby. Hey never wait for live. The end.Score: 2/5

ClassicI had to read this book in high school English class and I didn’t really care for it then. I decided to give it another try just for leisure and it was a great story! Glad I re-read it..Score: 5/5

Good readIt’s a classic and an amazing read..Score: 5/5

I really enjoyed this.I read quite a bit, but in terms of fine literature, I am pitifully uneducated. The Great Gatsby took me to class. Fitzgerald’s prose and vocabulary grabbed me in the first few pages, I found that I was unable to pause my reading. His descriptions of the era somehow made me feel nostalgic for the time his story takes place in, even though I’m far too young to remember those days..Score: 5/5

AmazingOnly book ever to make me somehow hate every single character at some point..Score: 5/5

Not worthy readingNone of it made sense to me, and could not persuade myself to go on reading it..Score: 1/5

Great book, unexpected endingThe death of a main character felt kinda random.Score: 5/5

Must readYou always hear the movie doesn’t match up to the book. I can honestly say this book was incredible! I could picture Leonardo DiCaprio playing his role of Gatsby as I turned each page!.Score: 5/5

The Great GatsbyA must read. A gripping tale of life. Sad but real. I read it the first time over 50 years ago and it still leaves me speechless..Score: 5/5

Wow.Gorgeous book — absolutely a classic, and for a reason. I’ve never read this novel before but, for some reason, I found myself to be entirely drawn to it by reasons unknown to me. The artistry of The Great Gatsby is so magnificent and it stands as the original “would you rather be rich in cash and loneliness, or poor in money but alone?” I’m going to go cry now. I am in love with this masterpiece..Score: 5/5

GatsbySome critic in the last half year (2021) suggested that this Fitzgerald classic was deeper than meets the eye. I can see why. Compared with his contemporaries Steinbeck and Hemingway, I can see why this book is come comparable in depth and breadth. My mom wanted to read this book in the late 1990s. Instead I bought her some Henry James novels on sale. I am not sure if she ever read it, but I have now, and I think of her, and all the people implied in it (human kind), and I am glad I read it. Worth the read. I will read more Fitzgerald..Score: 5/5

Second time readingSuch a classic and timeless piece.Score: 5/5

Hated itI love classic literature and was anxious to add The Great Gatsby to my completed pile. What a slog. The characters are all self possessed, living squalid lives of little or no redeaming value with no moral value to cheer for. I am glad to have read it for the literary references, but truly cannot recommend it in any way..Score: 1/5

YummyYummy.Score: 5/5

Very good bookOne of my favorite books and the best characters.Score: 5/5

Great gatsbyBoring!!!!!.Score: 1/5

GoodThis is my second time reading and it’s still as good as before. Gatsby didn’t deserve to die and his murder was all because Tom lied. And of course daisy she doesn’t have a clue what she wants.Score: 5/5

EnjoyableWanted to read it again, was a good.Score: 4/5

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Great bookThis is a great book.Score: 5/5

Terrible formatting.Makes sense why its free..Score: 1/5

Definite readVery captivating with beautiful twists and turns!! A definite must read!!.Score: 5/5

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One of my favourite books everThoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Would definitely recommend it to anyone.Score: 5/5

Breathtakingly beautiful is Fitzgeralds written wordPossibly one of the most poetically written novels I have ever read. Packed with intrigue, Fitzgerald allows the reader to dive into the star mingled void of the Upper class society of East/WestEgg society. Truly splendid. Thank you to whomever made the decision that this novel should be free for all to read. I think Fitzgerald would have liked that idea..Score: 5/5

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Book Name:
The Great Gatsby
Book Language:
English
Book Category:
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Book ID:
914355894
Book Release Date:
1925-04-10
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