No one in this book is good. Everyone is flawed and corrupt. It is also a book about greed and social transition. Wonderful.Published 6 months ago by Scott
This is a nineteenth century period piece with the usual dated cliches, etc. etc. but worth reading because of that.Published 20 months ago by Sue Carson
Much has been said about how nothing changes in business and finance. That the same lessons are painfully relearned with echoing outrage from previous events of a similar nature. Read morePublished on Oct. 14 2012 by Jeffrey Swystun
It is most when reading (or re-reading) Trollope that I realize how much recent novels suck. Trollope, who regarded novel-writing as a learned trade, shows wider understanding of... Read morePublished on Aug. 31 2001 by Gleeb
This is the fifth of Trollope's novels I have read and easily the best so far. It does not fall within any of his series but a few familiar characters breeze in and out if you are... Read morePublished on July 15 2000 by Peter Leech
I consider it to be a tragedy that Anthony Trollope's works are largely forgotten and overlooked by the reading public. Read morePublished on Dec 3 1999 by Mollie O.
The Way We Live Now, by Anthony Trollope shows how people react to money. Even though it was written in eighteen-seventy-four, people can still react to the characters because... Read morePublished on June 1 1999