Anna Karenina moves in the esteemed circles of St. Petersburg society. She appears to have all the trappings of wealth, a high-ranking husband and a lovely son. Yet, this is not enough for Anna. An affair with Count Vronsky brings excitement for Anna but in its wake follows scandal, jealousy, bitterness and destruction. "Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Anna Karenina has been listed the "Greatest Book of all Time" in Time Magazine, January 2007.