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The Count of Monte Cristo is my favorite book, and I've read several translations, both abridged and unabridged.
The book is so well written and nothing is wasted in the pages, everything adds to the story and keeps the reader intrigued.
Alexandre Dumas, as well as doing many other things, uses a very simple yet very impacting theme throughout his novel.
This book has a lot to offer the reader. The wisdom of the Abbe and the realistic outcome of the events in the story are a breath of fresh air compared to the contrived situations... Read morePublished 3 days ago by infinitec
After trying many different versions of the book I have found that this one is, by far, the best translation.Published 4 days ago by Johnny
Long but compelling, an engagingly complex tale of revenge, wonderfully written, with a powerful ending about a man who has been unjustifiably wronged by a small group of... Read morePublished 5 days ago by bruce l hager
The Count of Monte Cristo is a miraculous book. A 1200 page novel from the 1840's that reads as fluidly and as swiftly as something published in the world of 2014. Read morePublished 7 days ago by jafrank
One of the greatest revenge books of all time. I Love the way the book is written and enjoyed reading it! 5 estrellasPublished 10 days ago by Jesse