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Bathsheba Everdene comes to Weatherbury and becomes a farmer on the largest land of the entire area. She is smart, independent, beautiful and highly passionate about her work which makes her highly likable and attractive. Boldwood, Sergeant Troy, and Gabriel Oak try to impress her which leaves Bathsheba Everdene in a great dilemma.
What makes this book stand out?
It is indeed a classy classic with immaculate characterizations and dialogues.
Read it for
It is a poignant and ethereal story of Bathsheba Everdene and her three suitors Boldwood, Sergeant Troy and Gabriel Oak who give it their all in order to impress Bathsheba. Characters are beautifully described along with the modest setting of a rural background which makes it even more realistic and beautiful.
Don't read it for
The plotline gets pretty predictable