CHARLES DICKENS THE COMPLETE WORKS (Definitive Edition NOOK) WORLDWIDE BESTSELLER Over 25,000 pages of Charles Dickens! Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Bleak House, Hard Times, Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations

CHARLES DICKENS THE COMPLETE WORKS (Definitive Edition NOOK) WORLDWIDE BESTSELLER Over 25,000 pages of Charles Dickens! Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Bleak House, Hard Times, Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations

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CHARLES DICKENS THE COMPLETE WORKS (Definitive Edition NOOK) WORLDWIDE BESTSELLER Over 25,000 pages of Charles Dickens! Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely Incredible: Over 25,000 pages! This has to be the most amazing find on the entire Nook store. This has EVERY single book ever written by Charles Dickens. Yes, every single one. I think it will take me over 5 years to finish this, but this book alone makes my investment in the Nook device worthwhile. Bye bye physical books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am truly impressed with this purchase. I have already started reading this, and now my wife wants to read it as well. Dickens was the literary genius of his time, and the amazing thing is that his books are just as fresh and relevant today as they were in Victorian England. Thanks B&N.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was pleasantly surprised at how many Charles Dickens works this book had. A great buy for any Dickens fan.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cannot get over the amount of TYPOS in ebooks, especially in the classics. It is sad that a major 19th century novelist such as Dickens, who is still so loved and so relevant, should be dishonored over and over again by errant capitalizations, gaps, missing punctuations, odd word spacing etc., that forces re-reading of sentences and furrowed brows. To have an edition such as this sold to the public, no matter how much of a bargain it is, is an outrage. Would the public be happy to pay more for a typo free edition of Dickens work, one that some editor or a group of editors had put some time and love into instead of tossing the text onto the web? YES, I'm sure the public would. I'm still giving this 3 stars anyway. The quality of the writing is, though sometimes uneven, superb.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Charles Dickens was an amazing person. I'm currently reading Oliver Twist, and I simply adore it. 'Tis amazing! Dickens manages to blend humor, danger, adventure, and a little romannce together, while at the same time conveying a much deeper message. I love the classics, and have read a LOT of them, and so it's saying something that I think Dickens equals, if not tops, Jane Austen. The only author greater than him (in my mind) is probably Victor Hugo. This edition is fantastic. Please read! Oliver Twist is my favorite! --Brenna, age thirteen
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This review s for the Nook version. Dickens is always a five star writer. But this version should have over 25,000 pages and less than one tenth of them are available. All the promised works are in the table of contents but most cannot be accessed. FWIW, the parts that can be read are well done but only one of the major novels can be found. If this can't be corrected, you would be better off getting the individual works.
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I only received 12,563 pages! Am I missing pages? Also, for a definitive edition nook, the table of contents is difficult to use, you need to go from each book (with all the chapters) to find the next book. Of course you can book mark the title pages but this should not be the case for a book published in June 2012 for the nook!
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Amazingly descriptive and completely addictive!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Still unable to load it onto the Nook due to the fact that I do not have DSL at my house, despite the Stimulus that was supposed to furnish it to everyone. Waiting to find a hot spot. Very frustrating.
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