The Scarlet Pimpernel || Read8ber Readathon ~ Book Marathon Review 2.

Good day, fellow humans. How are you today??? Asking me, I am fine and alive, awesome and refreshed. I have been reading and writing and studying. I think I, at last, managed all of it together. I am in good spirit, that is the New Year Spirit and I can’t stop smiling. I have been writing blogs and trying to enhance them but I don’t know if I am doing good but who cares??? I am doing it that’s the point. I am all ready to read and enjoy my life. Hopefully, by the end of this year, there won’t be Covid and there won’t be problems. So enough of my ranting, let’s get this review started, shall we??? Let’s go, people.

So this is Read8ber Readathon book 2. I really enjoyed going back to my childhood. The first book that I ever read!!!! I was so excited to read it and I had the time of my life. I can’t believe that my first book was a historical fiction mixed with romance even though I hate romance novels but what do you know about me??? This is the best love story that anybody could ever read. So come along with me to check out my experience.

The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy.

•Book Description:

Author: Baroness Orczy.

Publisher: Greening Publisher.

Genre: Historical Fiction.

Chapter: 19 Chapters.

Pages: 240 pages.

Series: Yes. (The Scarlet Pimpernel Chronological Order Series).

Time: 3 hours and 15 minutes.

Publishing / Published:  1905 (proper dates not stated).

•Official Summary:

Armed with only his wits and his cunning, one man recklessly defies the French revolutionaries and rescues scores of innocent men, women, and children from the deadly guillotine. His friends and foes know him only as the Scarlet Pimpernel. But the ruthless French agent Chauvelin is sworn to discover his identity and to hunt him down.

•My Summary:

A woman with a dreadful past and a man who once loved her with all his heart but now just sleeps. On the other hand, with the French revolution going on, it is up to to the secret and famous Scarlet Pimpernel to rescue innocent people stuck in France but as his life is in danger. How will he escape his enemies and what is Margarita’s connection???

•Critics Ratings.

Goodreads: 🌟4.5/5Stars🌟.

Google: 🌟76% users liked it🌟.

Amazon: 🌟4.5/5 Stars🌟.

Taken from the respective sources

•My Rating.

🌟5/5 Stars🌟.

•My Review.

This book is a priceless classic. I have been in love with this book since my childhood. This book has such a nice French touch to it and the flavour of Old Britain is just delicious…looks like I am hungry. The love story of Sir Percy Blakeney and Margerita is so beautiful that I can never explain it in words. This is the only romance novel that I have loved with my true heart and have always dreamed of having one like this story has. The writing and concept are just marvellous, the adventure of Margerita in the search of The Scarlet Pimpernel is described beautifully and smoothly. I love the whole concept and the elegant touch of the old times is just a bonus in a story so glamorous. The culture and history of France and Britain combining make this story a must-read and I recommend it to every one of you.

So that’s it for today. I hope you liked my post. I will be back with some other great reviews. Take care and be safe. Just because the vaccine of covid is out, it doesn’t mean you are safe.

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29 responses to “The Scarlet Pimpernel || Read8ber Readathon ~ Book Marathon Review 2.”

  1. You are very elaborate in penning down a review……. Good review. But some how so much love to see almost in every book I pick these days that I feel like having love allergy

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    1. Thank you Samata, I agree to that…I hate romance genre but still have to read it so I get your feeling🤗🤗💖.


  2. Fantastic review my sweetie…will read this book asap…keep going girl ❤️❤️

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    1. Thank you Anasua🤗🤗💖.


  3. This reminded me of A tale of two cities.

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    1. It is very nice🤗🤗💖.


  4. When it comes to classics I have read very few books. Looks like a book I can put into my tbr. Thanks for the recommendation.

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    1. It is very nice, you should try it out!!!!🤗🤗💖.


  5. Thats a wonderful review… adding this to my tbr… looks like a good read….

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    1. It is a very good book…do try it out!!!🤗🤗💖.


  6. Ardent Bookworm Avatar
    Ardent Bookworm

    The cover is so beautiful and you’ve penned the review so beautifully.

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    1. Thank you so much 🤗🤗💖


  7. Lovely review with elaborated points.

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  8. You have penned down this review so beautifully, adding this one in my bucket list, gonna read this soon. Loved your review

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    1. Thank you, Varsha 🤗🤗💖.


  9. I so want to read the book

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    1. You should read it, it’s awesome🤗🤗💖.


  10. Quite an interesting read it seems, thanks for the recommendation

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    1. My pleasure 🤗🤗💖.


  11. Thank you for this review. I really like the way you structure your reviews.

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    1. Thank you so much for the compliment☺🤗🤗💖.

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  12. Your reviews are always amazing. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you so much…means a lot🤗🤗💖


  13. Oooh! A classic, I’m eager to read this book❤

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  14. Great review


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