5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 4, 2000
Mr. Dumas' voice is clear, concise and engrossing. His quiet tone only makes the plot stand out more. His voice fades away and you are left in the scene, alone with the protagonist and his or her foe or friend. The many stories here are the works of his genius. The characters and the environments in which they move are fully developed. This is a work that the avid reader cannot put down.