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You have heard, no doubt, the tale of Master Oliver Twist - that rags-to-riches boy; the parish orphan who became heir to the Brownlow fortune. But what few know is that there was a second Twist - a girl, brought into this world moments ahead of her brother.

This is the story of Twill Twist - and her journey through the gambling dens and workhouses of London, as she attempts to make a life for herself, rescue her friends and uncover the mystery of her past - while meeting some familiar faces along the way....

Re-discover the Artful Dodger, Fagin, and Oliver Twist himself, along with a host of fantastic new heroes and villains, in this brilliantly imagined, rip-roaring sequel to Dickens' much-loved classic.

©2020 Catherine Bruton (P)2020 Nosy Crow

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Compelling to the end


Great story with the modern twist of a Charles Dickens classic novel- how was the tale going to end?