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Reviews

  • It is really one of his best. There are passages so spattered with violence and blood that you look out for the red blotches on the page in front of you...brilliantly plotted

    A.N. Wilson, Daily Telegraph
  • Dickens's story of love, espionage and Anglo-French relations

    Scotsman
  • When I was very much younger I used to think that A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens was the most wonderful book in all the world. I was particularly moved by Sydney Carton dying in the place of Charles Evremonde and thought this was a wonderful act but, in fact, of course in later years if you read it, it becomes an incredibly selfish act

    Anne Widdecombe, Independent
  • Dickens writes about Parisian and London society with such grittiness and truth, you become immersed

    Anne Charleston (Madge from Neighbours!!)
  • Dickens's magnificent account of the revolution and one of his best (and shortest) novels

    Observer

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