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A brilliant 19th century novel by Mark Twain. The life of carefree Huck is the focus of the novel. Huck runs away from drunkard father and faces many adventures in his life. There are feuding families, slavery, and also glimpses of a corrupt society. Beneath the stories, there are various undercurrents which give the novel subtle twists and turns.
What makes this book stand out?
The excellence of writing, the voice of Huck is attractive. Mark Twain is ahead of his time.
Read it for
A great piece of imagination brought to a paperback. The flair of Mark Twain is an added splendour to the novel.
Don't read it for
People might find it boring at times due to the length.