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a prolific writer but to us his best known works are Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. I
still can't decide which one I liked better, but I am sure that his writing and the tales he told in these two
books utterly captivated me. They are both substantial tomes and I can't remember putting either of them
down for very long. Hugo includes so much of the Parisian atmosphere of the 19th century and such
wonderfully drawn characters in both books, though on totally different subjects, you would think one would
stand out more than the other. I enjoyed the films equally as well, but what's not to like about Charles
Laughton in a Victor Hugo film?
Review posted by: Brianna
writer has a style of writing that grips your attention. Victor Hugo is one of
Review posted by: Amelia
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