This collection brings together 16 of Charles Dickens' most celebrated novels for one unbelievable Book People price.
The likes of Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol and A Tale of Two Cities are packed full of unforgettable characters and brilliant narratives that show just why Dickens is still regarded as the nation's favourite storyteller.
The collection also contains books that may be less familiar, but are no less captivating, including the novel he was working on when he died - The Mystery of Edwin Drood. This 16-book collection enables you to discover the classic original books, which are full of observations that remain relevant in today's society.
The books come in stylish, vintage-style sleeves too. Slipcase not included.
I received this as a present and all I can say is wow!!! Quick, free delivery and a fantastic collection of Dickens' literary classics.
Fiona K, 25/02/2015
All the Dickens you need -
This is a fabulous collection. Unfortunately the family Dickens collection had to be binned some years ago because of water damage, so it was wonderful to be reunited with so many amazing characters, thanks to the Book People. The price is unbeatable too.
KJ Elsdon, 25/01/2015
Vintage Dickens Collection -
These books are truly beautiful, a complete bargain, especially as many are over 800 pages long. Charles Dickens is an amazing writer and these editions are nice and modern. They're all well made and some of them feature very nice illustrations. The text fairly small but still completely readable unless you have bad eyes. Plus, delivery was on time. To me, this is an unmissable bargain.
Simply stunning -
Unbelievable value. I avoided Dickens for such a long time, imagining it would be like pulling teeth but it's not. So far I have sailed through Great Expectations, wonderful and I am avidly reading Hard Times, equally good if shorter. Don't hesitate at this price.
vintage dickens collection -
My 9 year old son has become a huge Dickens fan overnight after studying 'David Copperfield' at school, I just wondered if there is anyone that could tell me whether or not the text in this collection is suitable for a child his age?