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Les Misérables, tome I/3 by Victor Hugo
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May 22, 12

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Read from March 23 to May 22, 2012

Jean Valjean is a convict after stealing bread to feed his family. Once arrested he attempts to break out of prison which increases his sentance to 19 years. After, being realesed he starts his reformation to be a good person. His encounters with Javert keeps himself on the move. The revolution in France is approaching and Jean Valjean is seeking to fix his crimes.
The book was better than I expected however I still dislike the hard language and the strange tangents. The story was great if you can make it through. Not the hardest book on the classics list. I would recommend this book more to college kids for an classical yet easier read. The part I really enjoyed is when they made historical references because I am a huge history buff.

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