Yesterday felt like the opening 30 minutes, or the filler 30 minutes of hour long episode so lets hope this episode manages to make up for that!
Wicked plots are afoot, one family who thought their problems had ended have now just become worse and Bucket is targeting a child for the murder of a character long since forgotten.
We continue to watch as Amelia heads towards her damnation and Inspector Bucket feels like he’s closing in on his man.
Again I apologise for the lateness.
Things have moved on in Dickensian, some for the better and some for the worst. I feel like the series is starting to slow down before a big dramatic ending which isn’t looking good for at least one of the main cast!
I apologise that the review is rather late but I completely forgot about it! This week though we have a focus on the Rostov’s, the Bolkonsky’s and Boris Drubetskoy climbing the social ladder.
It doesn’t seem to ever get better for anyone in Dickensian but maybe for a change something better will happen for someone?
Last week saw the lives of both the Barbary’s and Havisham’s change for the worst.
Drama is the only word to describe the happenings in War and Peace. We finished last weeks show with Pierre challenging Dolokhov to a duel after finding out that Dolokhov was sleeping with his wife Helene.
Who survives that challenge?
Sorry the review is still late! I have been busy and only just caught up with today’s episode!
Another visit to Dickensian for our catch up. Last episode we saw so much happen to so many characters it promises to all boil over quite soon.