Which Dickens to read next?
It’s time to start a new Dickens, as part of the Dickens Challenge.
I’ve decided to read one that I know very little about, nothing I have ever seen on a screen, or as a Toby jug, or a cartoon character. But the problem is, as my books are all part of a bound set with no cover illustrations so I can’t judge them by that, I’ve had to google some images and see which one takes my fancy.
Barnaby Rudge features this fun-looking man. And I really like crows (and rooks, and jackdaws, and ravens, and I’m annoying pedantic with people who can’t tell the difference)
Dombey and Son has a disabled child on a South Coast beach, by the looks of things.
However, we have a winner. The Mystery of Edwin Drood has a man on the floor, while another warms his hands. That’ll do me.