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From Lucie Mannette to Madame Defarge to Carton and Darnay all of the characters made the story more interesting.
Dicken's "A Tale of Two Cities" still has the plot twists, vivid characters, and theme (sacrifice) that makes a great story.
Every chapter is needed in this book and the time must be taken to read it thourouly to find out the exciting ending.
A little long and slow at first but picks up at the end. It gives a good flavor of the irony, unfairness, lawlessness of the 12 year adventure of the French Revolution.Published 4 days ago by Kerry L Bramon
Love Dickens, mind you. He shaped my personality almost as much as The Bible. But this app continues to download onto my tablet repeatedly! Read morePublished 9 days ago by cc
Loved this book when I studied it in school. On re reading it many years later I still love it. Some of Dickens' greatest characters here.Published 10 days ago by peony
If this work of Dickens is not worth five stars, the book who is, is never yet written.
A breathtaking mix of reality in historic and historical facts, fantasy and passion... Read more