OK, so what do you all think of this 19th centuray writer? :}
When I was younger, I interestingly found it easier to read Twenty Years After than either The Three Musketeers or The Man in the Iron Mask. Funnily enough though, I don't think I can remember what it's about right now, lol :}
Count of Monte Cristo was a good book. Can't wait to read it again after 7 years :}
Take care :} Eonwë
"There Iluvatar permitted the Valar to maintain upon the Earth an abiding place, a memorial of that which might have been if Morgoth had not cast his shadow upon the world." -Akallabeth, The Silmarillion
"When you can do what you want, you will be who you are." -John Hagee (first person I heard use it anyway)
heh, just last week I rented several different movie versions of the last 3 books you mentioned. On one of the CDs it had a nice biographical segment about the author that I enjoyed. Think it was on the recent version of Count of Monte Cristo.