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February 20, 2016

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I thought it was absolutely marvellous. What a brilliant idea, and could be true. I must take more notice of my neighbours, maybe there is a book or two there somewhere!
I really hope there is a second series, ended too soon for me.

Dickensian is BRILLIANT!!! The only reason I'm glad it reached the end was to make sure Compeyson got his just desserts! What on earth am I going to do now? I have so LOVED watching this fabulous series.

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE .... make a second series .... and soon!!!

I thought that Dickensian was brilliant and I too was looking forward to Compeyson's downfall and was disappointed that instead, although he didn't end up with control of the main fortune, he ended up with £10,000 of ill gotten gains. I truly hope that the Beeb will produce another season and perhaps Compeyson will come a cropper. Crossing my fingers for another season.

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