Artist Creates Extremely Short Versions Of Famous Books For Lazy People

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Artist Creates Extremely Short Versions Of Famous Books For Lazy People
Artist Creates Extremely Short Versions Of Famous Books For Lazy People
Artist Creates Extremely Short Versions Of Famous Books For Lazy People

This artist creates extremely short versions of famous books for lazy people and the world simply can’t get enough of them. Why even bother reading the whole thing when you can get the pure essence and focus on the core of the book within a few seconds time?

Seriously? Who in their right mind would ever want to read the ‘full version’ of a book ever again? Who would… Wait! Stop! No, I can’t continue like this any longer, because I imagine that some people would misinterpret the satire.

However, brilliant illustrator John Atkinson, the man behind this awesome series of illustrations, has decided to go to Amazon and share his ‘book of books’ with all those lazy people out there who want to at least have some idea about some of the books they overheard their friends talking about.

Artist Creates Extremely Short Versions Of Famous Books For Lazy People
Artist Creates Extremely Short Versions Of Famous Books For Lazy People

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As the book’s (Abridged Classics: Brief Summaries of Books You Were Supposed to Read but Probably Didn’t) description on Amazon writes:

“A collection of irreverent summations of more than 100 well-known works of literature, from Anna Karenina to Wuthering Heights, cleverly described in the fewest words possible and accompanied with funny color illustrations.

Abridged Classics: Brief Summaries of Books You Were Supposed to Read but Probably Didn’t is packed with dozens of humorous super-condensed summations of some of the most famous works of literature from many of the world’s most revered authors, including William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Emily Brontë, Leo Tolstoy, Jane Austen, Mark Twain, J.R.R. Tolkien, Margaret Atwood, James Joyce, Plato, Ernest Hemingway, Dan Brown, Ayn Rand, and Herman Melville.

From “Old ladies convince a guy to ruin Scotland” (Macbeth) to “Everyone is sad. It snows.” (War and Peace), these clever, humorous synopses are sure to make book lovers smile.”

Be sure to follow the ‘Wrong Hands’ Facebook fan page for more funny illustrations.