The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

By Alexandre Dumas

  • Release Date : 1844-02-21
  • Genre : Classics
  • FIle Size : 1.65 MB
Score: 4.5
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The Count of Monte Cristo 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?


  • The count of Monte Cristo

    By Mr. EFC
    This original version is a masterpiece that leads you through every emotion possible. Ever wanted to read a classic? This is it! Ever wanted to write a book? Learn from this!
  • The best

    By Fawaz Ahmed
    Best novel I've ever read
  • An epic journey!

    By Solace-forever
    This is possibly the greatest novel ever written! It contains all the ingredients to ensure a gripping story! The one book u cannot put down and the one that will forever stay with you!
  • A Gripping Tale

    By balthus
    This is a gripping tale of vengeance, written in a style that possesses real elegance and Imagination. I found it hard to put this book down, as it carried me on an intriguing journey from the darkness of the Chateau D'If to the light of the Mediterranean island of Monte Cristo. Dumas as a brilliant narrator, is unsurpassed. I recommend this book highly.
  • Count of Monte Cristo

    By archeld
    The book reminds us that even at the worst levels of despair, there is always hope! Great book, great read -yet again
  • Ricky

    By Rick o Quoiffe
    A novel of real magnitude and depth. The journey of the counts transformation and the characters who enter into his life is where Dumas ensnares his audience and, though his view of the French borgeois is self indulgent and at times repetitive, it ensures the reader cannot become restless. It offers far more than an array of simplistic messages, and regardless of its length, should be read at least twice.
  • Loved it

    By Holmesbackwell
    This is one of my top 10 books. Easy to read even though a classic and so well crafted together
  • Superb read.

    By Raaharty
    Best book I have ever read, the first book to ever prompt me to review it! I couldn't recommend this more.
  • The best book ever

    By Dante Fox
    I read everyday and I have yet to find a book as good as this. A life changer
  • The Count of Monte Cristo

    By ClareJohnson76
    This is the best book of all time.