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The Man in the Iron Mask by Alexandre Dumas, père
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The Man in the Iron Mask

by Alexandre Dumas, père

31 ratings, 3 reviews

The Man in the Iron Mask is part of the d'Artagnan Romances, a series which began with The Three Musketeers. This classic adventure novel by Alexandre Dumas is set in the 17th century, and features a young man named d'Artagnan who leaves home to become a guard of the musketeers. The titular characters are Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, yet when d'Artagnon joins them he technically becomes the Fourth Musketeer (which admittedly doesn't have as nice a ring to it). They are four great friends, war heros, booze hounds and womanizers; they save the honor of the Queen, foil dastardly plots, and get mixed up in affairs of state...and though they're called Musketeers, primarily go about using swords.

The Man in the Iron Mask comes way down the line, however, and is part of a whole. So don't read it unless you've read the other books, as you won't know what's going on. The order of the d'Artagnan Romances can be a bit confusing. It is as follows: Book I: Three Musketeers. Book II: Twenty Years After. Book III: The Vicomte of Bragelonne (which, because it's massive, is split into three books: 1: The Vicomte of Bragelonne. 2. Louise de la Vallier, and finally 3. The Man in the Iron Mask). The last book is so popular that it's been published separately for years… it is the thrilling conclusion to one of the most amazing adventure tales of all time (but don't read it unless you wan't to be let down).

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Marietta Cole

January 02, 2013

A few typos, its so sad but well written and a very good read, like other dumas novels.

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Natasha Vinluan

July 04, 2012

I've watched the movie and it was great now I'm still. Thinking if this is good the same as the movie :D

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Justin Beveridge

November 25, 2011

Hours of continues joy!