Monday, 17 February 2014

Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens

The Definitive Edition of LITTLE DORRIT 
-Illustrated with all 40 original Phiz illustrations from its first publication 
-Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience 
-Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly 

“One of the 1000 novels everyone must read.” The Guardian 

"Little Dorrit," Dickens' story of money, debt and love in the 1820s -- and whose depiction of a Bernie Madoff-style scandal gives it an eerie currency.” LA Times 

“Little Dorrit is a wonderful read - a tragical-comical-satirical-poetical mystery story that turns out to be an allegory of love.” Ann Stevenson, The Guardian 

“Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens is arguably one of the very best fiction books I've read in my entire life. I would unhesitatingly recommend this book to anyone. It was captivating, engaging, and at times humorous, and at other times sad; with romance, mystery, and intrigue. Dickens' plotting is amazing, his characters intriguing, and his descriptions solidly place you in the midst of London in the Victorian Age in all social classes.” Christopher H 

“No one knew better than Dickens how to generate suspense, how many separate related mysteries can be sustained at once, how a daring author can keep introducing new characters, long after a more conventional writer would have felt compelled to corral the entire cast on stage. The novel begins in a prison in Marseilles and features two convicts (one a wife-murderer) on a boat quarantined off the coast. Questions of what happens next are such an integral element that it is hard to reveal details of the plot without ruining its surprises.” Francine Prose, Books Of A Lifetime, The Independent 

LITTLE DORRIT is one of the most profound, exciting, and entertaining novels of all time. It has been made into film and television adaptations and captivated generations of readers. This is Dickens’ masterpiece presented as it was meant to be read, with all the original illustrations. 

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