The Count of Monte Cristo

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quillaja
quillaja
Sat, 30 Oct 2010 04:28:17 +0200

As others have said, this is an excellent book. I was completely amazed by how much this story exceeded my expectations. This is one that deserves to be a "classic".


harp37
harp37 (1 book)
Fri, 13 Aug 2010 22:19:26 +0200

This was by far the best story I read. Thanks for uploading it. I watched the movie, but this is better.


jboardman575
jboardman575
Sun, 12 Apr 2009 02:28:25 +0200

This is one of the most intricatly plotted books I have read. Dumas is amazing. The suspense keeps you reading from beginning to end. Long? Yes! Boring! Not in the least. I highly recommend this book!


ceriouz
ceriouz
Mon, 09 Feb 2009 16:45:34 +0100

A good percentage of these books come from or are at least available from Project Gutenberg and it's easy enough to help with the proofing process with them! Then it's a question of helping convert to these other formats to widen the availability of such great works..


gdudley
gdudley
Fri, 09 Jan 2009 17:05:36 +0100

Really enjoying the unabridged version on my Kindle. I definitely need to read "The Three Musketeers" now.

I have noticed numerous occasions where the word "has" became "his" in the conversion to electronic form but considering the length of the book, that's not too bad. A few other minor errors but again, I'm not complaining, just referencing.

I wonder if there's a way that we readers could help in the proofreading process.


vgr300z
vgr300z
Mon, 18 Aug 2008 18:04:11 +0200

The Count of Monte Cristo is a great book. I thourghly enjoyed it. thank you for taking the time to put it online.


Hadrien
Hadrien
Tue, 02 Jan 2007 14:24:51 +0100

Well, I guess the reason is that this book was created using an HTML version (amp; is & in HTML), it'll be easy to correct this mistake.


Moonraker
Moonraker
Tue, 02 Jan 2007 10:35:57 +0100

Thank you for working on this book. It looks truly wonderful except for a couple of glitches:

Chapter 29 -- the (&) has come through on my custom PDF version as (amp;). Perhaps it would be better to show this as (and) -- The House of Morrel and Son.

All double left-hand speech marks are shown as right-hand speech marks. The single speech marks appear correctly. This problem with speech marks is the reason I always use straight (") quotes.

Well done.