City of Darkness, City of Light
I did enjoy the book, but I think the first part (1789-1791) was stronger. The POVs varied in quality, I found Pauline, Danton, Claire and Robespierre's stronger than Manon and Condorcet's. There were some characterisation choices I don't agree with: I think Danton lacked some strenght and I am not so sure about Robespierre's portrayal of ever-increasing insanity, as well as his treatment of Elèanor.
The prose was flat at some points but it was good at showing the material realities of Paris in the late 18th century, especially between the lower classes.
All in all, a good book that I enjoyed, but lacking in some areas.