About Zinezoo

You have always been wanting to see classic theater plays, and you also wanted to read world literature, but, leading a busy life where you had your family, your children, and your career to think of, you just never had the time for it. All your days are just so full! And when you do finally wind down in the evening, all you can muster is a bit of time to read something that is short and entertaining on the internet.

However, we here at zinezoo.com are here to help you with that!

At zinezoo.com, we take existing classic masterpieces, works of literature, and we turn them into serial fiction so that you can read an installment for a few minutes every week.

Always wanted to read Don Quixote? Here's your chance!

Did you miss an episode? Or did you come too late and now the series is somewhere in the middle? That's not a problem at all! You can read the short introduction we created for each episode which gives you all the information you need to understand that part of the story.

Immerse yourself in the worlds that were created by the past masters for a few minutes! What do you have to lose? A few minutes on Social Media? Endlessly sad stories from news sites? Feed your brain with small tapas of great world literature instead!

zinezoo.com publishes serial fiction: long-form stories broken down into episodes and accompanied by illustrations and summaries of what happened before.

We are currently working on publishing a catalog of classics that are in the public domain and which were designed to be serialized. In the future, we would like to also publish adaptations of works from other media and contemporary masterpieces.

Our care for each episode is what sets us apart. We add illustrations and a short synopsis which describes what happened before. We generally try to add more visual elements to break up the big block of text and make it more enticing to start reading.

Zinezoo was founded by Ayal Pinkus and is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ayal is a programmer, writer, and artist, and is the acting editor and curator of this site. He is a software engineer with more than thirty-five years of experience, including twelve years at TomTom, and he has been an artist and writer for more than ten years.

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