19th Century ChatBooks

Jekyll and Hyde

Creatively explores duality and human nature, inspiring readers to chat more and explore more. Stevenson’s novella follows Dr. Jekyll, who unleashes his darker alter ego, Mr. Hyde. With suspense and psychological depth, it prompts reflection on good and evil, scientific experimentation, and the human psyche. “Jekyll and Hyde” sparks curiosity, inviting engaging discussions and a journey of self-discovery.

The Sign of Four

“The Sign of Four” by Arthur Conan Doyle immerses readers in the intriguing world of Sherlock Holmes and his loyal companion, Dr. John Watson. This detective novel creatively engages readers with its captivating mysteries and complex characters. It encourages them to read more, chat more, and embrace the thrill of deduction, exploring the realms of crime, justice, and the brilliance of Holmes’ deductive reasoning.

Christmas Carol

A beloved holiday classic encourages readers to embrace the spirit of giving and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. This timeless tale creatively transports us into the life of Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserly man transformed by supernatural visits. As we follow Scrooge’s journey of redemption, it inspires us to read more, chat more, and spread joy, reminding us of the importance of kindness and compassion in our own lives.

Silas Marner

A tale of redemption and the power of human connection unfolds. This novel creatively weaves a story of a reclusive weaver whose life takes an unexpected turn when he adopts a young girl. Through Silas Marner’s transformation and the exploration of community bonds, readers are prompted to delve deeper, chat more, and learn more about the intricacies of human relationships and the resilience of the human spirit.

Jane Eyre

A classic of Victorian literature takes readers on a journey of self-discovery and independence. Creatively exploring themes of love, morality, and social conventions, this novel captivates readers with its spirited protagonist and gothic atmosphere. It invites us to read more, chat more, and engage in thought-provoking conversations about gender roles, personal integrity, and the pursuit of happiness.



Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley is a Gothic masterpiece that creatively examines the limits of scientific ambition and the consequences of playing God. Through the tale of Dr. Victor Frankenstein and his creature, this novel prompts readers to delve into discussions, read more, chat more, and contemplate the ethical implications of scientific progress, the nature of humanity, and the dangers of unchecked ambition.


Pride and Prejudice

“Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen, a timeless romantic comedy of manners, creatively depicts the challenges faced by women in 19th-century England. With its spirited heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, and sharp social commentary, this novel invites readers to read more, chat more, and delve into conversations about love, class, and societal expectations while appreciating Austen’s wit and timeless observations on human nature.

War Of the Worlds

Creatively exploring themes of technological advancement and human resilience, this novel sparks conversations about extraterrestrial life, the limits of human power, and the consequences of warfare. It prompts readers to read more, chat more, and delve into discussions about the unknown and our place in the universe.

Great Expectations

Creatively invites readers to chat more, explore more, and immerse themselves in its captivating narrative. Through Pip’s transformative journey, this novel delves into themes of ambition, social class, and personal growth. With its colourful cast of characters and thought-provoking plot, it ignites discussions and prompts readers to delve deeper into the complexities of human desires and the power of redemption.¬†