Collins Classics - A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007350864 / Author: Charles Dickens / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-01 by HarperPress
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Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol (Collins Classics)
Pages: 112, Paperback, HarperPress
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by - written on 24/04/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
===What the Dickens?=== I have had a pile of books up to my knee for about the last year while I worked my way through a rather large set of books that I couldn't put down. As I have finished the large set of books recently I've finally managed to crack into my pile, starting with the ones that I thought would be a quick read first of all so I could make a dent in the pile for neatness sake. One such book I have recently gotten round to reading (finally) was Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. ===Merry April=== So, yes, it's a bit of an "out-of-season" time of year to be reading a book about Christmas, but what the hay. Every ... Read the complete review
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