A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens & John Leech read online review & book description:
A cruel and bitter old miser is visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve to help him reflect on his past, present, and future in one of the most widely read and frequently adapted holiday classics.
A Christmas Carol book review A Christmas Carol ePUB; Charles Dickens & John Leech; Classics books.
A Wonderful Classic
A wonderful Dickens’ classic! I never tire from reading this story. It’s cliche, but they just don’t write them like this anymore.
A tue classic!
By A. Elizabith
Even if you watch all the movies basset on this book, none can compete with it. And made me long for the Christmas season! Even though I live in Hawaii🌺🎄🌴🤣
By Casting crowns qwerty
I read it every year. Helps put me in the Christmas spirit(s).
By The awesomeevan
It deserves 3 stars
Awesome book for the simple fact that is based around God.
OMG, this is ridiculous, this is a classic Dickens novel and you fools say "meh". You are stupid, illiterate fools, go buy a twilight book and rate it five to equal your ignorance factor.
A True Classic
Through and through!
A classic that everyone should read
This is a must read for everyone. Just watching a rendition of it on TV doesn't do this book justice. A great social commentary by Dickens that is very applicable today. I had my class of 5th grade students read it this week and they loved it!
By Random person 22325
I r8 8 outa 8 m8
The Worst Book
This book is really terrible worst book ive read in a long time.
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