Hello people how are you all doing??? How is your life??? Here I am with a new review. This is the 88 Classic Challenge’s 16th review…I have read a few more classics so I think I will be reviewing them too. I mean I must review them too. I love reading these classics so much I can’t even tell you how awesome they are. Each classic I read makes me feel closer to the best literature on earth. They make me feel awe about the books and the creative mind and the capacity our minds have to think. At this point, I think I live for classics now. So on that note, let’s start this review, shall we???
Author: Charles Dickens.
Publisher: Fingerprint Publishing.
Genre: Classics Fiction.
Chapter: 19 Chapters.
Pages: 239 Pages.
Time: 3 hours and 25 minutes.
Publishing / Published: Latest Edition: 1st June 2016.
Orphaned at a young age, Pip lives with his strict sister and kind brother-in-law in Kent. But two fateful meetings-one with a scary convict in a cemetery and another with the eccentric and wealthy Miss Havisham and her cold daughter estella-changes everything for the young boy. These encounters Spark Pip’s aspirations helped by a secret benefactor, Pip leaves behind his simple life and goes off to the bustling city of London. But will Pip finally get to fulfil his great expectations?
Amazon: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.
Goodreads: 💙3.75/5 Stars💙.
Google: 83% people liked the book.Taken from respective sources.
I don’t know what to say about this book. I read it 2 months back but I didn’t know what to say then and I don’t know what to say now, to be honest. This book left me speechless and in awe. I loved it a lot and I can’t even tell you how much. This is my second book of Charles Dickens after the Christmas Carol and my 16th Classic out of the 88 books challenge that I have started. This is my second fav of all of them. The writing style of the book was so clean and it really reminded me of The Christmas Carol’s writing style. The story was so unique and truly portrayed the reason it is held as a classic. I don’t know how or why but the story is still roaming around my head. The old times must have been so beautiful and exploring them through Charles Dickens’s eyes was a wonderful experience for me. I want to read more of his books and explore more literature written by him. The sadness and the gloom that he brings with him can be felt in this book. The ending made me feel a little emotional and I wanted to read further ahead. Overall, this was a well written, direct, sad and beautiful master piece that everyone should try atleast once in their lifetime.
So that’s it for today. I have reviewed already 16 classics and read 20-22 books, I will review them very soon just that my friend Flutteringpages has made me lazy like her too so until you wait for the next reviews…
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