|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
As in the Dickens novels, the villains are the most fascinating characters here.
It is a very lengthy novel (481 pages) but you will be desperately turning the pages in the Appendix hoping for just a bit more!
Though written in the 19th century, "The Way We Live Now" is very relevant at the beginning of the 21st.
This is complicated and engrossing book, written when reading was the only self entertainment; nowadays, one can skip many paragraphs without loss.Published 8 days ago by DANIELS KREMPEL
Great satire. And timely. Melmotte puts one in mind of Bernie Madoff.Published 1 month ago by john woodley
Again it's sensational and we see and hear so many Melmonts there days who cry out 'I've done nothing wrong!!!Published 1 month ago by julia l parker
This book is quintessentially Trollope with wonderfully described characters and rich plots and subplots. It is a lengthy book but intriguing throughout. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary Glisson
Still in the process of reading. Very interesting view of life in 19th century.Published 1 month ago by Martin Valenta
My complaint is with the editor/publisher/printer not Mr. Trollope. Unfortunately I did not begin reading this book right away and it is too late now to ask for a refund. Read morePublished 1 month ago by vena