This is just… It’s so hard!
The priest I could forgive, because it was at the start and gave more depth into the character of Jean Valjean, and yet now we are having a nice little discussion about the battle of Waterloo and how Wellington managed to win. Am failing to see why so much detail has to be place upon this battle, I mean really? Do we need to know everything that has happened in the battle? Yes England had lost a lot more soldiers during the battle when compared to the French, but does that really have much relevance to the story? Will some English people appear in the story? (I doubt that to be honest though).
Yea, it’s gotten really hard and difficult to read, to such an extent that I have decided to break away from the book and moved on to reading something else instead, which I will provide a commentary on that as I read it too. Right now Les Mis is just too hard to get into and I need something a bit lighter to read before my brain tries to escape through my ears.