I would. Les Miserables is an excruciating detailed understanding of the human condition.
Hugo's ability to describe the mundane in exquisite detail. But, most of all I enjoyed how Hugo describes each characters soul, morals, beliefs and emotions. If you put the story in the 21st century and left the characters as is, you be hard pressed to see any difference in the human condition.
This book is for people who like the underworld. It is dark, drab and dreary
The story just plodded along.
Craig Wasson's interpretation of the main character is A1!
The way George expresses his love for Sadie is soooo endearing.
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