I love to travel and train dogs. I can't seem to find the time to sit down and read so I listen while I'm on my way to...well...anywhere!
rowdy gentlemen boys
The 4 Musketeers were very loyal to each other and they wore such elaborate clothes (tights and lace) while carrying and welding super sharp lethal swords. I am so glad I listened to the book, it was so entertaining!
John Lee "ROCKS" when it comes to reading stories!
When Milady was beheaded and the Musketeers grieved in their own personal ways.
Milady was bewitching.
Yes. It was an enjoyable story. I would find myself wanting to get back to my book repeatedly even when I knew I should be doing other things!
The reading. It was very well done.
I enjoyed them all.
Yes....but it was a little too long for that!
A very enjoyable listen.
Machinist, student of history, philosopher, Star Wars fanatic, hobbyist costumer, and all around Renaissance man.
I enjoyed this book so much, I'll probably listen to it at least once a year.
There hasn't been a film yet that honestly follows the book. This story is far better than any of them!
Action. Intrigue. Pacing.
There are too many great moments to choose one. The plot, characters, subplots... It doesn't get any better than this.
Porthos. His refined accent seems to contrast with his rough character.
Too many to enumerate.
It is an interesting book. I have never been a big reader but this method of audible is OK!
I'm not sure at present
A good easy read. Very in depth persona's but that is Dumas's style
Dartanian of course
No way you can listen to it in one, two or even three settings.
Fun, and funny at times. Shows the intrigue between Royalty and the Church. Both were caniving - but the church was self serving, cruel as well as manipulative of all aspects of life back then..
Really enjoyed the ability to simultaneously read and hear the words, especially the ones with french roots or phrases uncommon in the english language. Also liked the abillty to close my eyes and still enjoy the book.
Alexandre Dumas was a master at creating fun and memorable characters, and there's a reason that his Musketeers have been so enduring. Also, John Lee's narration is perfect for the time period and subject matter, and compliments the characters personalities perfectly.
The dramas and interactions between the characters were fun, and the situations they found themselves in were very entertaining.
D'Artagnan's love affair with Mylady was especially funny.
If I could sit still for so many hours in a row, absolutely!
i drive a truck on the night shift. i love hearing interesting stories, i need some action to keep me awake :)
cut out the boring parts.
it is a classic, i understand that. to me the redeeming quality was as a study in old novels. i just thought it would be more fast paced and exciting.
the narrator was fine, the story was not holding my attention.
not sure, it was a while ago i listened. i just remember it was something i suffered through anticipating something good to come that never showed.
Loyal,daring, and courageous
Dar'tanyan Whether alone or with his 3 friends, he woud fight to the death for what he believed in plus he was amourous and romantic.
My lady, as you could see and feel her wickiness and her change to angelic when it was to her advantage. You could eaisly picture her. However all the characters were portrayed uniquely different by the narrator.
The tale of these four brave and valiant men who served the King and Queen of England, though long, holds the listeners interest as though present to their adventures, conquests, enemies,and loves. I found it exciting and sometimes humerous.