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Dodge & Twist: A Sequel To Oliver Twist

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The first Kindle novel by #1 New York Times Best-selling Author Tony Lee!

Twelve years on from the events of OLIVER TWIST, a once-more penniless Oliver is back on the streets of London... When a meeting with the now grown-up Artful Dodger leads Oliver into a scheme to regain his money, he begins to wonder just how accide
Kindle Edition, 228 pages
Published (first published September 13th 2011)
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I should declare an interest here. I know Tony Lee, and consider him to be a top bloke. However, this does not mean that I'd give a good review toa bad book. If I hadn't liked Dodge and Twist, I simply wouldn't have posted a review. The fact that I'm here, therefore should tell you something.

I'm not really a fan of Dickens, but I have read Oliver Twist, and spent most of the book wanting to kick Twist's arse. Lee has been faithful to that character, as he has to the character of Dodger, but he's
Andrew Lawston
Really enjoyed Dodge & Twist. Tony Lee was brave to include lengthy snippets of Dickens' prose alongside his more straightforward style, but Oliver Brownlow and Jack Dawkins are a great extrapolation from their child incarnations in the original Oliver Twist, older, wiser, but still recognisable.

The various kinks in the plot from the moment of the diamond heist were great, with Lee skilfully misdirecting the reader.

In general, sequels to classic novels are a terrible idea. But Lee has gone a
Absolute blinder of a story. I've never read Oliver Twist, but I have seen countless versions on TV. The story rattles along at a fantastic pace and is populated with interesting and three dimensional people. There are more twists and turns to the plot that there are dark alleys in Victorian London, and you have to wait until the very end to get the pay off.

Reading this has prompted me to get Oliver Twist.
Brian Deegan
Not my normal read but enjoyed it.. It painted a grim image of London and seemed well researched location wise, this added to the story line and there was enough twists and turns to keep me interested.
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A New York Times Best-selling Graphic Novelist, Tony Lee was born in West London, UK in 1970. Informed by a teacher that he had a comic book style of writing, (a comment meant more as an insult), Tony decided that one day he would write for comics.

Tony has written for a variety of mediums including Radio 4, The BBC, commerical television in both the UK and US, magazines and both local and national
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