Le Comte de Monte-Cristo II

Le Comte de Monte-Cristo II

Tome II de II.

Edmond Dantès, le commandant du Pharaon, fiancé à la belle Mercédès, a vu ses espérances brisées. Plus de vingt ans après son inique emprisonnement, de retour parmi les vivants, il est enfin prêt à accomplir sa vengeance, sans relâche ni pitié. De ses ennemis, il a tout appris. D'Europe en Orient, exhumant leurs crimes l'un après l'autre, il a retrouvé les comploteurs sans scrupule qui jurèrent sa perte.

Le baron Danglars, ancien commis aux écritures devenu riche banquier. Monsieur de Villefort, substitut devenu procureur du roi. Le comte Fernand de Morcerf, désormais pair de France, et mari de Mercédès ! Sous le masque du comte de Monte-Cristo, Dantès a juré leur déshonneur, leur ruine et leur mort... Mais peut-il à bon droit se substituer à la divine Providence ? Ne serait-il pas plus grand justicier s'il était magnanime ? Telle est aussi la question que pose le livre le plus humain d'Alexandre Dumas.

Title:Le Comte de Monte-Cristo II
Edition Language:French
ISBN:9782070405923
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    Le Comte de Monte-Cristo II Reviews

  • Katya

    Yes. I finished a 1400 page novel in French, even if it took me 5 months to do it. BOW TO ME, PUNY HUMANS, BOW!!! (kidding. Mostly.)...

  • Michael Finocchiaro

    If the first volume of Monte Cristo describes in excruciating and delicious detail the fall from grace of the protagonist Edmond Dantès (partially based on the true story of a certain Pierre Picaud) ...

  • Ed

    That ending ! I couldnt stop crying ! It was epic , tragic, moving, cruel and devastating but beautiful and perfect ! Exactly what a good adventure novel needs to be. The character of Edmond Dantes is...

  • Maberan Potato

    Wow! *squee* It's been a while since I read a French book like this (read: never).-I just love how everyone talks. There is so much emotions and overacting that I can't help but smile and laugh (I am ...

  • Valerie

    That was fucking awesome. I can't imagine what it must have been like to read it in serial form when it came out. Reading it in the original French over a period of years is probably pretty close to t...

  • Amina

    What am I gonna do with my life now?...

  • Raquel

    The Count of Monte Cristo is one of those classics I've been wanting to read for a long time. A few weeks ago I picked it up, only to read the first page, and I was completely hooked. I had to continu...

  • Sara Mendes

    The newspaper “Journal des débats” published this Alexandre Dumas’ novel periodically, in 18 segments, starting in August 1844 and ending in January 1846. The Count of Monte Cristo became the m...

  • Jane

    I happened to read a copy of The Count of Monte Cristo that was published in Estonian in 1987 and in two volumes and since these copies have been on my mother's bookshelves as long as I remember. Sinc...

  • Manjola Hnkoja

    "What comes around, goes around"- my thoughts when i finished this book.Love, Lies and Revenge- you can find them in every page of this book....