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Fun, good read, and while the fates have it out (and in) for Dodger, the story paces well and the twists are well done.
This the kind of book you are sad to finish because you liked the characters so much you know you will miss them when the book ends.
It may not be classic Discworld but this book is still a treat for the senses and I would highly recommend it to young and old!
Known character names from other novels only reworked to tell the story of Dodger who teaches us to live according to what is truly moral and right even if it is against man made... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Esther Russell
Dodger isn't an ordinary seventeen year old boy from the poor Seven Dials area of mid-1800's London. Read morePublished 3 days ago by BirdieTracy
This is classic, fun Pratchett crossed with Dickens. I love Dickens so this was a blast for me. The hero is fun and the read quick.Published 6 days ago by Christopher Davis
Amusing tale of Hilarious History as it might, nay, ought to have been. BUT it's Terry Pratchett, of course, humor is his stock in trade.Published 13 days ago by Edge of Thornes
Terry Pratchett is my newest authorial addiction. I have been very ill for the last several weeks and in those few hours when I have been awake, I have thought about Frida Kahlo... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kris Sanderson
First off, I am a huge Terry Pratchett fan. Or at least I have read and loved all the Discworld books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Edgar Mihelic
Delightful plot and characterizations, engaging writing style, and fascinating historical look at the underbelly (literally the underbelly) of Victorian England.Published 1 month ago by Nancy