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Du bout des doigts Londres, 1862 A La Veille De Ses Dix Huit Ans, Sue Trinder, L Orpheline De Lant Street, Le Quartier Des Voleurs Et Des Receleurs, Se Voit Proposer Par Un L Gant, Surnomm Gentleman, D Escroquer Une Riche H Riti Re Orpheline Elle Aussi, Cette Derni Re Est Lev E Dans Un Lugubre Manoir Par Son Oncle, Collectionneur De Livres D Un Genre Tout Particulier Envelopp E Par Une Atmosph Re Satur E De Myst Re Et De Passions Souterraines, Sue Devra D Jouer Les Complots Les Plus D Licieusement Cruels, Afin De Devenir, Avec Le Concours De La Belle Demoiselle De Briar, Une L Gende Parmi Les Cercles Interlopes De La Bibliophilie Rotique H Riti Re Moderne De Dickens, Mais Aussi De Sapho Et Des Libertins, Sarah Waters Nous Offre Une Vision Clandestine De L Angleterre Victorienne, Un Envers Du D Cor O Les H Ro Nes, De Mariages Secrets En Amours Interdites, Ne Se Conduisent Jamais Comme On L Attendrait Un Roman D Cadent Et Virtuose.

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10 thoughts on “Du bout des doigts

  1. says:

    lesbian dickens now that i have your attention dana has been bugging me to write a review of this for the longest time, and now that she is on vacation and out of my path for ten minutes seriously the girl moved to my town just so she could stand under my window all night calling hey heyyy write a review for fingersmith come on, you know you want to every night.so,

  2. says:

    This totally wonderful novel does exactly what the title says, it fingers your myth, it steals up on your soul and breathes down its neck and a shudder of pleasure is felt to the ends of all your extremities, your brain will wobble, your hair will vibrate strongly, and your eyebrows will be thrust up and down like energetic trampolining children as the intricate cloc

  3. says:

    This novel, for me all pastiche, pasteboard and mirrors, really irritated me principally because I could have read two good novels in the time it took me to wade through it For a start it s way too long It s not like Waters is serving up any profound insights into human nature or casting her eye over...

  4. says:

    This is a Victorian murder mystery with a lesbian romance You will probably love it, but even if you don t, it s highly unlikely you will have read anything else quite like it.

  5. says:

    Pigeons and pearls Perceptions and palpability I d explain in detail, but that would spoil all the fun Instead, as elliptically as I can, I ll hint at their relevance with vague allusions Sue was an orphan in Victorian London, raised among thieves Despite the fact that in the hierarchy of larceny her lot were neverthan petite bourgeoisie, Sue s existence was not as Dickens

  6. says:

    It seems that Fingersmith is one of those books that people want to read but are not doing it for some reason I say this because I have 30 friends that added the title on their TBR shelf I was also one of them as I ve bought the paperback two years ago and I only convinced myself to read it now I do not regret finally taking the plunge and I recommend my friends to go ahead

  7. says:

    A tricky book to review, partly because it didn t live up to my possibly unfairly high hopes and partly because I m trying to write shorter, punchier reviews, but this was almost 600 pages long I have failedGreat ExpectationsWaters is an award winning historical novelist, who specialises in the Victorian period and lesbian protagonists This book was shortlisted for the Booker

  8. says:

    I have to admit that throughout almost all of Fingersmith the main random thoughts sweeping across the desolate land of my mind were along the lines of WTF WHAT WHAT DID JUST HAPPEN This is an intricate, ambitious, original, jaw dropping, gut punching, heart wrenching plot for which I will NOT give you a synopsis First, because I wouldn t know where to start from and second beca

  9. says:

    Holy Crackers What a read I felt like Alice falling down the Rabbit Hole This story hastwists and turns than a shopping cart caught in the wind in a Walmart parking lot When you commit to this one, please know that it is heavy lifting at almost 600 pages Some parts are easily predictable, while other parts leave you smarting from the surprise attack.Many others have done an excell

  10. says:

    What a wondrously rendered, gloriously languid 19th century roman noir Using imagery that springs to mind so vividly one would think it a memory, Sarah Waters has fashioned a glorious work of fiction Fair maidens and dastardly villains country estate and insane asylum den of thieves and literary purists murder and mayhem in Victorian London Sarah Waters manages to blend it all and p

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