Lucy Honeychurch, true weirdo of her time, excitedly pounding away at Beethoven on the piano, may be the character I love most in all of literature. Her rebellious stumbling into love despite the ideas of her stuffy cousin Charlotte and stuffier fiance Cecil is definitely my favorite romance.— Laurel
A Room With A View by E. M. Forster is a classic novel set in the Edwardian era of England. It follows the story of Lucy Honeychurch, a young woman who is torn between her conventional upbringing and her newfound passion for life. On a trip to Florence, she meets the unconventional George Emerson and his father, who challenge her to break free from the expectations of her society. As Lucy struggles to reconcile her feelings for George with the expectations of her family and society, she must decide between a life of convention or a life of passion. A Room With A View is a timeless classic that explores the themes of love, freedom, and identity. Written by E. M. Forster, this novel is a must-read for young adults who are looking for a romantic story with a timeless message.