The Brothers Karamazov is a classic and favorite book of many friends. Breaking open a 700+ page book may find you speeding through the beginning, thirsty for progress. However, along the way you’ll settle into the world that Dostoyevsky has created, grateful for its depth and bredth.
Filled with fully developed characters, passionate dialogue, and heavy ideas, this book will challenge you as a mountain top view might: depth, detail, scope, and contemplations of the divine.
A lesson in theology and life delivered through a dated but relevant combination of soap opera and docu-series.
Having read it twice, I can say that the journey is well worth it.