A Tale Of Two Cities: Charles Dickens

Hey Bookworms!! Sorry for not being regular!! But here I am at last , with an amazing book to review and share with you guys!! A Tale of Two Cities, a major classic written by Charles Dickens, is a legend. So here it goes:

SYNOPSIS (MY VERSION)

The story revolves around the time of the French Revolution taking place in many parts of France, from 1789 to 1799. A simple man, Charles Darnay is accused of being a spy from the French, who is giving important information to French people. A witty and intelligent lawyer, Sydney Carton saves him in the court and they become great friends. Sydney has an acute drinking problem, so he considers himself as a failure. Then they both fall in love with the same woman, Lucy Manette. She marries Charles Darnay, but Sydney continues to love her after that and often visits Charles and Lucy’s daughter. But one day, Charles is captured by the French revolution leaders, and is to be slaughtered for a crime he has not done. Will Sydney try to save him?

REVIEW

The story was very gripping, and a very simple and subtle tale of Love, Betrayal and Sacrifices. The legendary author, has explained every emotion in a beautiful manner. A must read for readers looking for something very touching as well as inspiring.

RECOMMENDED AGE GROUP: 10 YEARS TO 14 YEARS

RATING: 4 STARS OUT OF 5 STARS

Thank you so much for sticking till the end!! My new review will be out soon!! Until then…Keep Reading!!

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