It’s time to fill up your library, because ahead of your vacation, which means there will be more time to read. We collected the 5 best books that Hollywood stars recommend.
1. Leonardo DiCaprio – “The Old Man and the Sea” (Ernest Hemingway)
Oscar-winning actor considers the American writer his favorite author, and the book “The Old Man and the Sea” was re-read several times. According to DiCaprio, this work is the best illustration of Cuban culture and is ideal for reading during the holidays.
2. Kate Moss – “The Great Gatsby” (Francis Scott Fitzgerald)
The star of the zeroes is a fan of piercing and dramatic novels, and Fitzgerald’s work considers an ode to the generation of the times of the dry law. The film, shot on a cult work, became the winner of the “Oscar” in several nominations, which is another reason for reading the legendary “Great Gatsby”.
3. Angelina Jolie – “Dracula” (Bram Stoker)
The main fatal woman of Hollywood is considered a big fan of books about vampires. The favorite work of Brad Pitt’s former lover is Bram Stoker’s cult novel Dracula. According to the star, the plot of the book about the cult villain is an illustration of the fears of women’s emancipation. Recall that Jolie is known for her feminist views, denial of patriarchy and today actively promotes women’s independence.
4. Reese Witherspoon – “The End of One Novel” (Graham Greene)
Hollywood star and producer of the series “Big little lie” is known for its passion for reading. According to Reese, for a week she has time to read about three books and constantly reviews reviews for new works. But his favorite novel Witherspoon considers the English writer Graham Greene’s book “The End of One Novel.” On the pages of the book the author presented a personal story – about an unhappy love for the wife of the richest man in England.
5. Orlando Bloom – The Brothers Karamazov (F. Dostoevsky)
The American actor often tells in his interviews that Russian literature influenced his world view. As a student at the Guildhall School of Music and Theater (also graduated from Ewan McGregor and Rhys Ivans), Bloom played in Chekhov’s Three Sisters and Seagulls. And Orlando’s favorite book has been Dostoevsky’s Brothers Karamazov for many years.