The Sultan Of Monte Cristo: The First Sequel To The Count Of Monte Cristo
This vivid novel offers much entertainment and excitement throughout its telling of various adventures. Although the main character's motives are presented, only small portions of the story involve his attempted redemption, leaving room for resolution in a subsequent sequel. Creating a more obvious through line that better connects all of the characters and their actions will improve the overall...
Paperback: 83 pages
Publisher: Xlibris (May 2, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 5083485
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“I don't know if it was just coincidence or what, but last month, I was able to watch The Count of Monte Cristo (the 2007 film) and so the setting and story is still fresh on my mind. (Although I was able to read the book a few years ago). I clearly u...”
narrative while the multitude of subplots offer the creative material necessary to build a compelling series.Having no former knowledge of The Count of Monte Cristo hinders the reader's understanding of the protagonist's current situation, but additional sequels provide a format that allows room for necessary background information to be provided. Dantes' character is undoubtedly flawed, a huge asset in terms of presenting a relatable protagonist. Offering further insight into his past will allow audiences to better understand his former behaviors and appreciate the lengths to which he will go to try to remedy his wrongdoings.Raymee is introduced rather abruptly, but is a strong and gripping character nonetheless. One is instantly impressed by her intelligence and confidence and appreciates the desperation of her situation. Raymee's motives are a bit muddled, as her desire seems to change from one of avoiding her betrothal in favor of true love to that of acceptance of her fate in exchange for power. The disclosure of Dantes' influence on her behavior is a brilliant addition, as it strongly connects the two characters and allows for vivid representation of the monstrosity of revenge. The castrations are unexpected and graphic, characteristics highly indicative of current popular television programs. Parallels between Raymee and Daenerys Targaryen from the program Game of Thrones can certainly be drawn, as each beautiful female develops from youth to a place of authority, cunningly demonstrating her power to influence her subjects. Raymee's continued rise, especially following the implied birth of the Arabian prince, and potential fall is certainly deserving of further exploration, particularly if she continues to gain inspiration from Dantes' past.