REVIEW: David Copperfield


Title: David Copperfield
Author: Charles Dickens
Finished: November 21, 2010
Pages: 974
Published: 1850
Format: audiobook

This was definitely not the book I was expecting it to be but was quite interesting. The version of audiobook I listened to was a dramatization which made it sound like I was listening to a play more than a book.

David Copperfield is a autobiographical story, or at least the closest one he wrote, to Dickens’ life. Spanning the childhood to adulthood of David Copperfield, the story tells the experiences, life changes, trials and celebrations of Copperfield in the towns he traveled and the families he lived with. Each person David came across changed his life in some way, influenced him, and helped him grow.

I thoroughly enjoyed this story and so far everything that Dickens has written.

*challenges: 1010 category challenge, books to read before i die, tbr challenge, november 12×12, 1% challenge, project fill in the gaps, tbr stack
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