A Little in Love

A Little in Love

Book - 2015
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Eponine, the street girl from Les Misérables, tells the story of her life and her unrequited love for Marius, which ultimately leads to her death on the barricades during the short-lived rebellion of June 1832.
Publisher: New York : Chicken House/Scholastic Inc., 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780545829601
Characteristics: 277 pages ; 22 cm
Call Number: Y FLETCHER, S


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Aug 01, 2016

Full disclosure: I've never read Les Mis. What I have done is watch the musical probably more times than is necessary. So I really liked this book. It was nice seeing all the characters again (apparently today is Nostalgia Day), even if some people who have read the book because they are smarter and more worldly than I thought they weren't true to the original. Oh well, you can't beat emotionally taxing angst.

Jun 16, 2016

This is a really good book expressing Eponine's side of story. Her childhood is included by Susan Fletcher. It is really interesting to read about how she grows up as it is quite different to how my childhood was. Eponine was taught to be bad whereas most parents would normally want their children to be kind and good. Her mother was a surprising character too. I was surprised at how she can be so cruel to Cosette who is like her daughter, young and weak. She also does not like her own son and that is just unusual in reality. So, this is a book that really catches my heart especially when Eponine's love is unrequited.

Apr 01, 2016

I loved this book, It was a bit sad, And I didn't like the thieving part of it, But it had very good descriptions. The end was a bit confusing, It took 2 times to read to understand,
But I liked this book!


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Aug 01, 2016

Eponine is a young girl living in a small French village with her family when her father makes an angry decision that ruins everything her family has worked for. This book follows the story of Eponine, the poor girl in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables, from her early life at the inn to her untimely death on the barricade.


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