Book Review 7: Oliver Twist

                Review 6: Oliver Twist

This is the review of the outstanding Charles Dickens’ book. It is a celebrated classic so, I decide to launch this review as a Christmas treat.

No ratings because it’ll get 5 out of 5 in all.

Let’s start with the story:
Oliver is a boy brought up in a warehouse where he works hard and gets to eat very less.

Mr. Brummell gave him the name ‘Twist’. He ended up there because his pregnant mother came there for shelther gave birth and died.

He had nothing left of his true identity.

He gets frustrated with the warehouse system and runs away to London.

The first person he meets is a pick-pocket.

Oliver doesn’t know that he is a thief.

The pick-pocket takes him to their leader Fagin. Fagin tries to teach Oliver his job too but fails and Oliver escapes.

Next, he meets a kind gentleman who offers him home. This time Fagin plans to kidnap Oliver.

He succeeds but after some time Oliver again escapes.

This time he meets a old lady who has a son and an adopted niece. The gentleman who had kept Oliver in the beginning gets information about one of Oliver’s kidnappers and reckons that he knows.

A locket reveals Oliver’s true identity.

To know what it is read the book. I can’t give you everything and, if I do what fun will it be. Read good books as “Books are good brain food” and I advise to get the whole stomach full of them or the brain with starve.

I want to add a writing quote:

‘You can make anything by writing’ – C.S. Levis

Merry Christmas! Happy reading and writing. Happy New Year!


About Yashi Tripathi

Interested in reading and writing interesting books. Is an independent writer and waiting for her books to get published. Is knowledgeable on topics such as painting, sports and singing too.
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