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Young Edward Waverley has been brought up mainly by his uncle, Sir Everard Waverley, an English Tory and supporter of the Jacobite cause in the failed 1715 rebellion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by FictionFan
After reading Ivanhoe, had to get another book by Sir Walter Scott. Waverly is just as good.Published 3 months ago by SKo
slow + over wordy 500 pages could have been written in 300 with deleting any plot or important thematic material. Otherwise was well written
and would have been enoyable
Waverley is one of the most beloved novels in my reading experience. I read the book in order to use it in my Phd thesis. Sir Walter Scott is a brilliant writer.Published 4 months ago by George Tserevelakis
Oh man. Is this a book to read. I have to admit the book isn't dreadful, but to a modern reader, this book can be a challenge. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anonymous
Read this as a local book club choice. Not an easy read but well-written.Published 11 months ago by Gail M Baugniet