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"There is a reason that classics are regarded as classics: they are timeless and very fun to read, often more fun than you would imagine. This is a long book, 900 pages in the French version, but I sliced through so fast that I was sorry when it ended." (amazon.com, 3)

-Robert Crawford (Evanston, Il. United States)

"First notice: Do NOT read an abridged version of the tales. You will lose too much. Second notice: Do NOT be fooled into beleiving this is a history book. This is a work of fiction, and a magnificent one. Do yourself a favour and find out just how rich and complex this tale is. You will enjoy it." (amazon.com, 3)

-J. Angus Macdonald (Concord, CA United States)


" 'Three musketeers' has it all: great plot, action and suspense, romance, something on men and women from philosophical stand point, and much more. If you want to take a break from all the modern fiction, this book would be like a nice vacation." (amazon.com, 3)

-Bambulik (Va United States)

 

"It was enjoyable but not really first class, i'm sorry to say. Not up there with Ivanhoe or The Last of the Mohicans. I was frustrated no end by the mindless meanderings and utterly frivolous actinos of the four companions as they proceed through their adventures." (Book Reviews, 1)

-Stuart W. Mirsky

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