Tale of Two Cities (Laurel & Gold)

Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 7 - 12Grades 8 - 10n/a9.7135420
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ISBN-10: 0003201589
ISBN-13: 9780003201581
3 Book Reviews
  • alexpotato
    alexpotatoalmost 5 years44 stars
    I’m only on the fourth chapter, but I’m addicted to it! It may be a bit hard for younger readers to understand because of the old language, but otherwise, it’s a beautiful story. Loving it so far, and I’m going to give it 4 stars!
    • betso123
      betso123over 5 years44 stars
      i love this book and charles dickens is one of my favourite authors!
      • bigmelo
        bigmeloover 7 years55 starsFeatured
        I'm halfway through the novel right now, & I've got to say, it's amazing! So far, I've heard about how the French Revolution is ongoing, while the story revolves around the following characters - Dr. Manette, a man who has been driven insane due to his immoral imprisonment for 18 years; his daughter, Lucie Manette, a lovely young woman who inspires & gives hope to those around her; Charles Darnay, the virtuous son of venal French aristocrats who is persecuted in both England & France; Madame Defarge, a cruel yet cunning agent who silently weaves a complex web of victims; & Sydney Carton, a failing, alcoholic lawyer who is still able to reveal a love filled with both allure & tragedy. Simply fascinating... :D