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Little Dorrit is an endearing, enduring tale of England in the 19th century. Dickens paints a picture with words tempting the reader to wish he were there to see it in person. With unforgettable characters and witty narrative, I have found myself chuckling on the one hand with his description of the circumlocution office (equivalent to our modern day beauracracy)and disgusted on the other hand with the narcissism
of Little Dorrit's family members. And along the way, I was delighted with the unfolding of an unforgettable love story.
02/03/2011
Yes, things were different back then - maybe better. At least people didn't WORSHIP animals like they do today. Veneration of the four-legged types almost above us humans is really one of my PET peeves!
01/23/2011
The real value of the Bible is in the way it changes lives. There will always be people who don't accept and believe it but that doesn't alter the Truth contained in it. Those who have embraced it, will agree with me and those who haven't won't.
01/23/2011
Excellent book. Kept my attention from beginning to end. The truth of this story is real even if the story itself isn't.
01/23/2011
Christopher Greyson - Mystery, Joy, Humor and Romance
FEATURED AUTHOR - Christopher Greyson is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author of mystery, action, and thriller novels. His acclaimed Detective Jack Stratton Series has been read by millions of readers. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about The Adventures of Finn and Annie. Please give us a short introduction to what The Adventures of Finn and Annie are about. The Adventure of Finn and Annie is about two broken people who come together initially to solve insurance mysteries but discover that… Read more