The Count of Monte Cristo
By Alexandre Dumas
- Release Date: 1844-02-21
- Genre: Classics
The Count of Monte Cristo Alexandre Dumas Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
In The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas portrays the terror of a life sabotaged and the depths a man can sink to in pursuit of revenge. Framed as a Bonapartist traitor by a trio of conspirators, Edmond Dantès is confined to life on an island prison. On the edge of madness, his sanity is saved by an elderly prisoner’s stories of a hidden treasure. After a death-defying escape, Dantès vows to find the treasure and with it, bring vengeance to the three men responsible for destroying all he holds dear. But can Dantès bring just retribution without losing his soul?
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Every inch the spellbinding novel I have always heard it to be - you deprive yourself by not reading this book!
By Walker Farrow
Fantastic story of how to break even, then win and come out the end a victor in the most trying and darkest of hours.
Uplifting and inspirational.
This is my all time favorite book! I love the writing style and how nice and long it is. Dumas descriptions of places and characters never disappoint. I also love all of the detailed subplots! An amazing story about love and revenge!
The Count Of Monte Cristo
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‘A twisting turning book of revenge but all get their karma’
By Prophet Amos
This is a guaranteed great read, for readers, who love and appreciate incredible writing and wonderful story telling along with a great message of redemption at the hands of God.
Typos: Pg. 12. pargarph starts with “Pardieu - quotation written incorrectly. Pg. 828, Countess G—— typos 840, 841, 842, 850, 854 & 858.
Pg. 1171 emperor from 1804. A period placed in the middle of a sentence. Three on Louis XVIII. Pg. 1174. & pg. 1175.
Pg. 1176 “””Then
Pg. 1196 Charles IX.
Pg. 1324 some one.
Pg. correspondent HIS deceived you?
Pg. 1425 XHAPTER 92
Please fix the typos.
Incredible story, life changing
The book was awesome it was so good that it may have ruined the movie for me not sure I will ever be able to watch it again the book is so much better.
The count of monte cristo
Absolutely the best book- marvelous color, wonderful powerful writing-I am exhausted by this book-should be required reading.
Incredible reading experience
I’m so glad I went into this book blind, and stuck with it through the slow parts. After spending the last 18 days with these amazingly complex and well-developed characters, I feel empty having finished it. This is an epic story that culminates with the most enthralling and satisfying conclusion I’ve ever read. The ending is bittersweet but hopeful. If you are thinking about reading this book, seriously just do it.
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