Wednesday, 5 March 2014

THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD by Charles Dickens Kindle

classic Charles Dickens THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD (Illustrated with the complete original illustrations)
The Definitive Edition of THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
-With the complete original illustrations by Samuel Luke Fildes
-Formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience
-Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly
-Includes the famous 'Sapsea Fragment' and a forward by G.K Chesterton

“The full title of Dickens's last novel is The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Mystery is the key word. Drood is a whodunnit. But there's no need to shout "spoiler alert!" since Dickens died halfway through writing, and kept his cards very close to his waistcoast. We can only speculate what denouement he had in mind. Dickens liked teasingly complex plots in his late career and none is more complex than Drood. But at its centre is a familiar crime scenario involving sex, money and homicide. Drood remains a mystery wreathed in mystery“ John Sutherland, Radio Times

“Even his unfinished novel is brilliant! Too bad Dickens died before Edwin Drood was finished, but what better way to go than to leave a captive audience hanging and wanting more! All the speculation and wondering will never reveal what the good author intended, but what is revealed is a glimpse into a novel that is and would have been purely Dickens.” Ruthie

“I had a moment of euphoria while reading this book, around the fifth/sixth of those great moments where you realize why you love good books. If finished I think it would've made a terrific book, as it is, it's still wonderful” Nathan
“Charles Dickens, immortal of literature, master of characterization, writer who brought social issues to the forefront of 19th century lit. All of this I knew. What I didn't know was how much damn fun it was going to be to read The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” Allycks.

“The Mystery of Edwin Drood" was Charles Dickens's last book, and it is an exiting, complicated, romantic, dark mystery indeed - made all the more aggravating by the fact that Dickens died halfway through writing the book, leaving the mystery unsolved! Despite the fact the ending is never truly revealed, this book has reached a place among my all-time favorites and must-read books.” Elizabeth

THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD features the final novel by Charles Dickens in a specially designed edition for kindle. This tantalising mystery will intrigue and delight you. Read it as it’s meant to be read: with all the original illustrations. 

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