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A classic from the Victorian age located in a fictitious English town. The Mayor is challenged to accept his fate. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Murray
Michael Henchard does regrettable things when he drinks. One afternoon after too much rum, he announces his intention to sell his wife and their tiny daughter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Luciano
Through many twists and turns we learn life's lessons through the heroine, although you may have to wait till the end to be sure of the message, or even that she was the heroine. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bill S
A fairly complex plot that spans about 25 years held my interest for a while, but flat characters and too many words ultimately left me uninspired to read more Hardy.Published 2 months ago by Connecticut bookworm
The Mayor of Casterbridge is as finely written a classic as one could wish. The characters are finely crafted, the writing smooth and elegant, and the plot full of twists and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michele
My first book by Thomas Hardy. It held my interest and was sometimes hard to put down. Only I would have preferred a happier ending.Published 3 months ago by John W.
This book is free to download in amazon kindle store. I am happy to own it.Published 3 months ago by V Roy