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39 review for The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde / The Dynamiter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael Reyes

    I've always heard references involving "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" but never actually read or heard the real story in full. So when I picked up the book, I thought "Wow! I didn't know that the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was this long. I must've missed a lot of the details." Then I found out that the headliner is only 1/4th of the entire book. The rest is filled by "The Dynamiter," which is a collaboration between Robert and his wife, Fanny. The story of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is a tragic t I've always heard references involving "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" but never actually read or heard the real story in full. So when I picked up the book, I thought "Wow! I didn't know that the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was this long. I must've missed a lot of the details." Then I found out that the headliner is only 1/4th of the entire book. The rest is filled by "The Dynamiter," which is a collaboration between Robert and his wife, Fanny. The story of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is a tragic tale wherein R.L.S. touches on the psyche of man. Where The Dynamiter is an odd tale of many people who's lives actually tie into one another. Both are perhaps considered classics, but quite hard to read as the manner of narration is derived from the style back then. It does help one expand their vocabulary and get a feel of how the people acted and spoke during that period.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Delia

    So everyone pretty knows the story about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I had never read it, so when I picked up this book, I was unaware that it actually includes two (unrelated) stories: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and The Dynamiter. Jekyll and Hide is a pretty short story, only 64 pages, but those are a fantastic 64 pages! Stevenson's writing is elegant and descriptive. The story itself is engrossing and suspenseful. I can't believe I waited this long to read it. I haven't read The So everyone pretty knows the story about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I had never read it, so when I picked up this book, I was unaware that it actually includes two (unrelated) stories: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and The Dynamiter. Jekyll and Hide is a pretty short story, only 64 pages, but those are a fantastic 64 pages! Stevenson's writing is elegant and descriptive. The story itself is engrossing and suspenseful. I can't believe I waited this long to read it. I haven't read The Dynamiter yet and probably won't be able get to it for awhile.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Corey Schmidt

    I read the book "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson. It was a pretty confusing book because of the vocabulary. It made the book a little bit hard to understand. I still enjoyed the book in all though. It was able to keep me entertain throughout, and it doesn't quite make sense until the end when the whole book comes full circle. I think that was a good way to keep me reading the book, because it gave the book a suspenseful tone. The book was written in third p I read the book "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson. It was a pretty confusing book because of the vocabulary. It made the book a little bit hard to understand. I still enjoyed the book in all though. It was able to keep me entertain throughout, and it doesn't quite make sense until the end when the whole book comes full circle. I think that was a good way to keep me reading the book, because it gave the book a suspenseful tone. The book was written in third person point of view. The main character of the book was a man named Gabriel John Utterson. He was a prosecutor who was trying to track down a man named Edward Hyde, who trampled a little girl one night. Edward Hyde was a gruesome man who was described as pure evil in the book. He was also described as very ugly, and his deformity amazes Utterson. The last main character of the book was Henry Jekyll. He was a rich scientist. The book takes place in London, England in the early 1900’s. Most of the story takes place at Dr. Jekyll’s house, but some parts do take place at his friends house. I would recommend this for a more advanced reader. I had a hard time figuring out what was going on at some points in the book, and the vocabulary was pretty advanced. There were a lot of words that I had to look up to figure out what they were saying, but in all I would recommend this to anyone who likes a suspenseful page turner kind of book and anyone looking for a little bit more challenging of a read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    At first I was confused; I thought the two stories somehow went together. They don't, obviously after reading them. With the slight confusion out of the way, I felt that Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde could have gone on a bit more. It could have perhaps explained what happened after all was revealed. As for the Dynamiter, it explains all at the end; however, it jumped around between each of the character's point of views that at times I became confused. Over all, I enjoyed the stories very much. At first I was confused; I thought the two stories somehow went together. They don't, obviously after reading them. With the slight confusion out of the way, I felt that Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde could have gone on a bit more. It could have perhaps explained what happened after all was revealed. As for the Dynamiter, it explains all at the end; however, it jumped around between each of the character's point of views that at times I became confused. Over all, I enjoyed the stories very much.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    I am happy that I read this book and finally understand a bit more about the cartoon version I saw when I was little. The story was suspenseful and enjoyable to read. I did not read the Dynamiter, which is also in this edition of the book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rewati Lokhande

    My mother had read the marathi version which was itched in my memory forever. This was just an attampt to relive those memories. . .

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    Annisa Anggiana

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    Simone

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    jennet wheatstonelllsl Proc

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donna B. Ourand

  11. 4 out of 5

    Hailey Beier

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    Larah

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    Helepod

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    Cindy

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    Marie

  18. 4 out of 5

    Abrar AlFouzan

    Wow! Schizophrenia at its finest! This was really good, I enjoyed it a lot.

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    Meredith MacInnis

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    David

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    Marv

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    Madeleine Partland

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    Elizabeth

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    Wikiquote

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    Davide Buttazzoni

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    David Taylor

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    Holly Mortlock

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    Thomas Taylor

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    Kati

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    Simon Grant

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  36. 4 out of 5

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    Jenna

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    Sara

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    Steve

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