The Brothers Karamazov
I'm on the last few pages of this book and have really enjoyed it. I've always liked Dostoevsky and he's at the top of my personal list of favorite authors. I'd always heard TBK was kind of a tough read, but I really breezed through it (as much as one can breeze through a 700-page book).
As usual, there are numerous characters but I wasn't confused by them. There are some great themes and elements of the storyline--especially the sensationalized murder case.
Anyone else read this? (I'm looking at you, Levi!)