Thursday, 30 January 2014

THE WARDEN by Anthony Trollope

The Definitive Edition of THE WARDEN by Anthony Trollope
-Rare illustrations from early editions bring the story to life.
-Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience
-Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly
-New edition marking the 200th anniversary of Trollope’s birth in 1815

“In this novel, Trollope brilliantly examines the issue of personal responsibility, and the question of what, at the end of the day, means the most in life. Is it more important to have wealth and security, or the peace of a clear conscience and the knowledge that one has "done the right thing." I love the book, and highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in 19th century British literature, or the kind of moral/social issues that I have mentioned above. In fact, I recommend the whole "Chronicles of Barsetshire" series, as some of the very best and theologically/philosophically probing material you're ever going to get” -Rick

“I must confess, I am a Trollope devotee and it was The Warden which started off my love affair with Trollope's literature. This book is quite short but definitely left me wanting more. Trollope's descriptions of all his characters brings them to life on the page, and his ability to describe the thoughts, feelings and motivations of his characters in second to none. Also, this may be a Victorian classic but the writing style is very accessible and anyone could easily read the novel. Prepare to fall in love and want to read more.”-Lindsey

“I found The Warden unexpectedly relevant to today; with the issue of the power versus the freedom of the press and also the misappropriation of public funds. Food for thought with plenty of humour to accompany it. The characters were well drawn, and who could fail to love Mr Harding, our man of conscience and hero? This was a little gem of a book and has spurred me on to read the rest of the series” –Gail

“If you like rich character descriptions, British witticisms and a relationship-driven (rather than action-driven) story line, you might want to give Trollope a try. The friendships described in the book are tender and touching. The not-so-gentle jabs at the power of the press are insightful and comical. But let me warn you. There are five other books in the Barchester series. You may not be able to stop after just one.” –

THE WARDEN features Anthony Trollope’s sensational novel in a specially designed edition for kindle. This adventure will intrigue and delight you. Read it as it’s meant to be read: complete, and unabridged with illustrations from the period.

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