Finally. This has been on my 'Classics I really want to read' list for far to long, I just never gotten around to pick it up, mainly because I always had something else that seemed more interesting.
Before I started reading this book, I had a general idea about what it was about and what would kind of happen. But that didn't matter at all. I still enjoyed reading the story. The writing was really easy to get into even if the book is a bit dated.
I also really like the idea of the story, how the bad can overtake the good once you let it roam free.
So, just pick up the book and read it just once. It's a rather fast read, so there won't be any time wasted.