Sync Read #4: David Copperfield (The Finish!)

- Sync Read #4 -

– Sync Read #4 –

November 1 through December 30David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

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All right, clubbers! We want to know how many of you finished (or nearly finished) our fourth sync read.

What did you think of the novel? Would you ever reread it? What was your favorite/least favorite part? Any favorite characters? Surprising moments? Struggles? Etc.

Weigh in below — chat, leave a link to your post if you wrote something, be encouraged if you haven’t finished the book yet, etc. (Though if you haven’t finished the book yet, be prepared for spoilers below! This post is open to them!)

There is no Mr. Linky below because the point in this feature is to talk together in a central place, and list our blogs if it comes up. (Which is of course welcome.)

Do you like sync reads? What will be your next Dickens?

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– The Club

(2013 Sync Schedule) – now complete 🙂 / Twitter hashtag: #ccsyncread (so we can group chat!)

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4 thoughts on “Sync Read #4: David Copperfield (The Finish!)

  1. I won’t be finished until mid-January but I am really enjoying it. It’s a different Dickens than I have been used to; the characters seem more real instead of caricatures, the storyline is interesting and his wonderful writing pulls the reader right into the story. So glad I read this!

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  2. This was my first Charles Dickens’ book, but certainly not my last. I loved the book and was so pleasantly surprised at how easily readable I found it to be. I enjoyed the growth and development of David over the course of his life – from totally gullible child to a wise and yet always compassionate man.

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