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A Tale of Two Cities
Charles Dickens
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A richly-woven and moving tale set against the bloody and fearsome events of the French Revolution. Aristocrats run over children in carriages, old women knit hit lists, and peasants drink wine straight off the cobblestones. Supposedly it was also the best of times, but somehow that part gets left out.

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This is not a 'light' read, but the writing is so amazing that it's stayed with me since I've finished it. It's definately worth the effort to read and understand everything he is saying. Simply an amazing piece of story-telling.
 
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My Dickens choice for 2009. Glad to finally read this one. Some scenes definitely stay with you long afterwards.
 
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It is a good story,I think!
 
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Although I struggled a bit with the older style of English writing and symbolism when I first started this book, it is such a powerful story that I was totally drawn in. The ending is phenomenal.
 
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Jan. 17, 2014
my favorite dickens by far and that's saying something
 
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