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I enjoyed reading this book because Dickens is great at creating metaphor, allusion, and foreshadowing which gives his writing great depth.Published 6 hours ago by Kara
Obviously, Charles Dickens is a heavily revered author of all time. Somehow, this book just did not grab me. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joel M. Wilson
I tried to read this in high school and could not due to the style of writing. I still had a hard time reading but as the story progressed, it became fascinating and I now see why... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Paul K. Williams
A little hard to follow at times, Dickens writing in 1850. But worth the bumps. Great story, characters, threads, details. Well worth reading and rereading.Published 15 days ago by Bobbananda
Part way through book at this point.
Very good story and excellent read.
It's a great book both for high school students and researchers of Dickens. The story of the French Revolution from two settings - Britain and France. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Anna Faktorovich
Beautifully written by Mr. Charles Dickens - a true classic which captures perfectly the characters. One of my favourite Dickens novels. Read morePublished 23 days ago by CathyMcReader