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Despite its daunting length around pagesMonte Cristo moonte a thoroughly enthralling novel and a genuine masterpiece. The plot in its itself is quite extraordinary and almost unbelievable. Definitely a classic and hard to put down. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Be the first to ask a question about Monte Cristo Kontu 1. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Holy shit I did it! View all 16 comments. In the annals of revenge stories, The Count of Monte Cristo has to be at the very top. The betrayal, imprisonment, reappropriation of identity and the final stroke of revenge are so perfectly depicted here that it is breathtaking.
Dumas’ finest work besides the d’Artagnan cycle in my humble opinionthere is ne’er a dull moment in this classic of epic proportions. Quelle lecture, quelle aventure, quel voyage! Como isto tem sido uma leitura em voz alta para a minha filha 10demorou bastante a terminar a primeira parte, partimos agora para o segundo volume. Je commence, tout de suite, le tome 2.
C’est un vrai plaisir de lecture. View all 3 comments. I read this in high school, in the original French, because we had to, but I liked it so much I also read it in English. Even without the movie 5 stars, but differentthe story stuck with me His poor heart, so afraid to trust again, so tormented by rage and vengeance. He will make them pay!! They will rue the day Including the girl he’s always loved There are many coincidences. Highly improbable, but yet View all 6 comments.
This book was incredible. I don’t even know how much I’ll have to say, especially since I’ve been reading it for ages now I’d definitely listen to more of his work anytime.
And the story itself I adore Dumas – he really knows how to spin a yarn. He writes beautifully, and you can picture every single thing with your mind’s eye. And the stories he weaves How things all Wow. How things all tie in together, how things reappear to play another part in the story I read that he wrote this as a newspaper serial like Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov and it amazes me that he could have planned things so far ahead.
And there was constant plot action – whereas TBK was much more periphrastic, much more reflective than active.
I would have been riveted to this story had I read it as a serial – so anxious for the next day’s newspaper to arrive. I kept hoping for one thing but then doubting myself. Dumas really knew how to keep his audience guessing! Who else but a master author could have summed up such a long book – not to mention much of life in general! View all 5 comments. It has been while since I reread “The Count of Monte Cristo,” but when someone forces me to tell them what my favorite book is, I usually answer with this one.
There’s something about this book that draws me in every time I reread it. Dumas’ characters in this novel especially the lead character are intricate and multifaceted. I found myself sympathizing heavily with the lead character come on, we all know good people who get screwed everyday because not only does he suffer a monumental wrong It has been while since I reread “The Count of Monte Cristo,” but when someone forces me to tell them what my favorite book is, I usually answer with this one.
I found myself sympathizing heavily with the lead character come on, we all know good people who get screwed everyday because not only does he suffer a monumental wrong, the reader is acutely aware of how he pays for it. His experiences and his thought processes are presented in such a manner that when subsequent events occur, the reader can’t help but cheer for the protagonist while fearing for his enemies. It’s a hard duality to create, but Dumas does it perfectly in this book.
The most recent movie adaptation was an aberration because it changed the story to something that failed to resemble the novel all in the name of a happy, politically correct ending.
Monte Kristo Kontu by Alexandre Dumas
I keep meaning to read “The Three Musketeers” but every time I begin, school and work get the better djmas me. I read this book in high school and absolutely loved it!
It was emblazoned in my mind as one of my favorite books ever! It’s funny because then I saw the movie a few times over the montu few years and knew that so much was changed from the book. As I went back to fumas book over the past few weeks, I realized my mind had totally adopted the “movie” version of this amazing story.
I’m so glad I re-read this classic! There’s so much more to the story! It’s truly an amazing book and a st I read this book in high school and absolutely loved it!
It’s truly an amazing book and a story full of almost everything: I really enjoyed this book again and especially appreciated the hope that I felt it communicated. I also enjoyed Dantes’ realization that revenge isn’t all it’s cracked up to be when you really bring sadness and destruction to people’s lives who are innocent. I also enjoyed a dumass from someone else on Goodreads that this book is about karma and that what goes around comes around — a good reminder to us all to live our lives with the most integrity possible!
Je mets 3,5 car: I actually thought Monye enjoy this more then i ended up enjoying it. It was good, but in now kritso great for me. I didn’t really get into the story, or cared for the characters, I found the reason for imprisonment completely stupid and from that point on the story kind of started to drag, which means the story dragged from page on I did kind of like the way the story I say told and i know a lot of people were imprisonment during that time koontu history for no reason other than someone didn’t like t I actually thought I enjoy this more then i ended up enjoying it.
I did kind of like the way the story I say told and i know a lot of people were imprisonment during that time in history for no reason other than someone didn’t like them, but for me this story lacked an actual plot and i would have enjoyed the story mor if we would just have followed Dante along as a captain instead of his prison story. I will read the second part of this book at some point eumas year, but I was never so thankful for having a story printed in two books before!
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To end this not at all helpful review: Maybe it’s the translation. Maybe I am just not for the French classics, but I wouldn’t recommend this one. I would call this one a strange mix of soap opera and philosophical.
It is very entertaining to read, I certainly see why Dumas’ works has such an appeal for the movie industry. I’ve read somewhere that around movies are based on his works. He is a writer that is very good with plots, subplots and things like that. If the story does not always sound completely credible, he does have a way of making it sound plausible- or at least fun to read. I started reading The Count of Monte Christo a lo I would call this one a strange mix of soap opera and philosophical.
Monte Kristo Kontu
I started reading The Count of Monte Christo a long time ago and gave up because the beginning seemed banalyou know a beautiful maiden and handsome young man threatened by people who want to tear them apart, it just sounded too much like a romance to keep me interested. However, a friend of mine recommended this book saying how the conversation between abbe and Cristo in the dungeons of If is one of the best things he has ever read.
So, I decided to give it another go and Duams wasn’t sorry I did. He was right, that part in the dungeons of If is really fascinating. I’m not finished with it, though, this is just first volume. I’ll have to see how it ends to make my final judgement on it. There are some silly things in it,but I guess it has something to do with the era when it was alwxandre it- fascination with the East that hasn’t resulted in anything sensible being said about it, but He who has felt the deepest grief is best able to experience supreme happiness.
We must have felt what it is to die, Morrel, that we may appreciate the enjoyment of living.
The best book I’ve ever read. Que j’aime cette plume, les personnages, les dialogues, l’histoire