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The Man in the Iron Mask [Retold by John Escott]

by John Escott

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I think this story is very exciting and very sad.
There was a very tender young prisoner. In fact, he was twin younger brothers of the King.Aramis tries to make him King,but the plan fails.Result, he is imprisoned again.

First,I like a prisoner,Philippe.Because he is very gentle and purity.I thought he should be King.But I was very sad at last.Because he was imprisoned again with the iron mask. ( )
  KanakoH | Jul 21, 2010 |
I love Three Musketeers.
So,Three Musketeers last was painful for me.
Porthos, Athos and D'Artagnan dead.
I want Aramis to live long.
He is criminal. but he is a goog man.
Three Musketeers forever!
  Shiori-T | Jul 6, 2010 |
I have read the same story in Japanese when I was a junior high school student. The story was exciting, but the last part was too sad. I like a book which has a happy ending. ( )
  arisam | Jan 18, 2010 |
I was very excited but this ending was so sad.
If characters live in peaceful world, they don't have to die!
I'm happy to live such world. ( )
  asukak | Dec 20, 2009 |
This story was very exciting, but a litttle sad.

I have watched the movie of the same title, but this story was different from the movie.
Acutually, I like the movie better than this book.
But, both of them are exciting. ( )
  mamikom | Dec 4, 2009 |
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"A classic adventure story set in seventeenth century France which has been transferred to the screen many times." --Macmillan.

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