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Incredible!!! A real page turner. - weRead
Didnt like the ending, but it was a good adventure - weRead
Dumas' writing thoroughly amuses me! - weRead
VERY INTERESTING PLOT - weRead
Flat out good story telling. - weRead
The ending is bittersweet, but the story is great. - weRead
Review: The Three Musketeers (Dover Thrift Editions)User Review - Tim - weRead
Right from the get go it's quite surprising how different Dumas' original story is from any film, comic or television adaptation I've ever encountered. D'artagnan is notably much more badass and ... Read full review
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Review: Dorling Kindersley Classics: The Three MusketeersUser Review - Danielle Witter - Goodreads
I like this book because it was a condensed version of the novel. Summary: When a young, daring swordsman, d'Artagnan travels to Paris seeking honor and fortune in the King's Guard, he quickly ... Read full review
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Anne of Austria appeared arms Athos's Bazin beautiful believe cardinal cardinal's carriage chamber cloak Comte de Rochefort cried D'Artagnan cried milady D'Ar D'Artag dear devil door doubt Duke of Buckingham Eminence enemy eyes Felton four friends four musketeers France Gascon gentlemen give Grimaud guards hand head heard heart honor horse hour hundred pistoles instant Jussac killed king Kitty lackey lady leave letter listen looked Lord Winter Louis XIII Louvre Madame Bonacieux Madame Coquenard Madame de Chevreuse Majesty master milady's milord mistress monseigneur Monsieur Mousqueton murmured never night o'clock opened pale pardon Paris passed perceived Planchet poor Porthos and Aramis queen replied Athos replied D'Artagnan Richelieu sire smile speak sword tagnan tell thing thought three musketeers told took Treville Treville's turn voice wait wife wine wish word wounded young woman Zounds
Page 348 - What was most clear in the matter was that d'Artagnan loved milady like a madman, and that she did not love him at all. In an instant d'Artagnan perceived that the best way in which he could act would be to go home and write milady a long letter, in which he would confess to her that he and de Wardes were, up to the present moment, the same, and that consequently he could not undertake, without committing suicide, to kill the count de Wardes.
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