Lady Chatterley's lover by D.H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

Lady Chatterley's lover

By D.H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

  • Release Date: 1928-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4
From 204 Ratings
Download Now
The file download will begin after you complete the registration. Downloader's Terms of Service | DMCA


Lady Chatterley's lover, D.H. (David Herbert) Lawrence. Revised version of . Lady Chatterley's lover Lawrence, D.H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930 s.n. s.l. s.d


  • A book for all time

    By Jilly 26
    This story has stood the test of time. It was shocking in its day and some of the language may still shock but it has a message of hope that love will find a way no matter what. Unfortunately this edition seems not to have been properly proof read before publication and contains a great many typo errors that make a nonsense of the sentences & phrases in which they appear. Pity.
  • Wonderful prose, shame about the typos

    By Dave, Oxfordshire, UK
    This is my first DHL experience and it's exquisite. 5 stars, but for... It's a real shame about the typographical and optical character recognition errors, which for me really tainted the prose. In future I will be wary of the free editions and not mind forking out a couple of quid for the real deal.
  • Lady Chatterley's Lover

    By Donapaula
    I loved this book so much I found it hard to put down, it flowed well, although the language of the north of England was more difficult to read as it was in the vanacular, made it necessary to the story. Found the life within the characters quite believable as with the class divide, although some of the characters were quite annoying but this probably my interpretation of them rather than the authors, I was stunned at the latter end of the story, I felt it was quite an abrupt ending to the saga and expected something else, maybe Clifford regaining the use of his legs, or Mellors nearly dying from pneumonia, and maybe then Connie would make a decision on two men both being able bodied, but with hindsight I guess What I really desired was for Connie and Mellors to come together at the end.
  • Lady Chatterly's Lover

    By SirAsphalt
    The story is excellent, but this version is not! Lots and lots of typing errors, I gave up and went back to my paperback.
  • Lady Chatterley's Lover

    By M2MLK
    A great novel spoiled by appalling punctuation, spelling and layout.
  • Some Obervations

    By Edward_Boswell
    This book is free to download and one can see why. It is full of typos, poor punctuation and seems to be incomplete. It seems as though this is a draft copy created prior to the ministrations of an editor.
  • Lady chatterley's lover.

    By Mrs doddette
    How can anyone review a quintessentially British novel anything but marvellous.
  • Fab

    By Curry12
    Amazing writing a very clever man ..... Well worth reading
  • It's been many years since I read This book ir is so tame by today's standards

    By Beryl'
    I always have in my mind that D H Lawence doe'snt really like women there's some spiteful in his way of thinking
  • A classic read

    By Anastasiou
    D h Lawrence is a brave man to write a book like this when he did! This is a classic must read.Flowery language which might not be to everyones taste, but easy to follow and to keep interest so don't be put off.