From Publishers Weekly
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Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol is read annually along with any and all movie versions.
It preserves the poignancy of lost time and redemption that is at the heart of Scrooge's story - even more than a religious message.
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It is a Christmas Carol. There's not much that can be said about this classic morality tale that hasn't already been said.Published 3 days ago by C. Garlick
A classic story. I have loved Dicken's works forever. Many of his works are love -to-hate reads. He brings out the best and the worst in his characters, but the heros are really... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Julia's Cosmic Effect
We all think we know the complete Dicken's tale of "A Christmas Carol." I found out that I must only remember a shortened version. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gail Ofterdinger
When I was in high school, It was one of the books to read. I am glad Kindle had it for free. So, I read it for Christmas. I really enjoyed it.Published 7 days ago by Lady of Nokomis
A much deeper story than the movies portray. Dickens didn't miss anything. His most perfect book.Published 16 days ago by L. M. Crane
Christmas Classic and always loved the story - what more can be said - its Dickens.Published 17 days ago by Richard C. Leighton