A review by smartyisranty
The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde

5.0

The number of thoughts introduced by every character contradicts each other in a thread of fading morals reflected in a young man that goes through the best yet worst thing that can ever happen to him: possessing youthful looks for the rest of his life.
This book felt like such a treat, literally enjoyed every page in it. Highly recommend it.