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Best novel you've never heard of. Typical of other book-to-film adaptations, the book is so much richer. Unrelated, right? Or are they? The book is told using many references to classic literature, including of course "The Three Musketeers", "Moby Dick", and many others. The characters themselves become characters within these classics, following clues to unlocking the mysteries of the two manuscripts, and paralleling their fates. There is humor, intrigue, mystery, and all around fun in this book.

I can't believe that it is not more popular. Pick it up for the weekend because I guarantee you will not be able to put it down and it's a quick read. One of the best modern novels I have ever read and re-read.

It's truly a work of story-telling genius. I have purchased copies for many friends, all of whom rave about it.

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A zillion people have reviewed this book, so I'm just throwing in my belated two cents that this is a reading experience you don't want to miss. This book is sneaky, and while I often find myself resentful of sneaky books, I think I can forgive this one, because, in the end, it plays fair, relying on the reader to make inferences or follow lines of thought uncritically.

Also, I appreciate an intelligent protagonist and Lucas Corso is an intelligent protagonist. Shrewd, educated, maybe not as nice as he could be, but there is a noir sensibility amidst the bibliophilia and occultism - no one here is nice and everyone has a scheme. If you like your plots convoluted and your endings unexpected, you will probably enjoy The Club Dumas. A book so we'll assembled in the occult realm that it can be relished by all. Corso lives on as Johnny Depp in the movie version.

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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Publisher New York: Harcourt, Inc. Collection inlibrary ; printdisabled ; internetarchivebooks ; delawarecountydistrictlibrary ; china ; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Language English. New York: Harcourt Brace, Lucas Corso, a rare book hunter, is called in to authenticate a fragment of the original manuscript of Alexandre Dumas's "The Three Musketeers," found in the possession of a murdered bibliophile, and soon finds himself involved in an adventure in which life imitates literature.

Asin X. Boxid IA City Toronto. Date-raw May 1, Donor friendsofthesanfranciscopubliclibrary. Edition 1st Harvest ed. External-identifier urn: Third, you have a superb main character in Lucas Corso, a cynical, amoral book detective played very well by Johnny Depp in the film version known as The Ninth Gate.

Fourth, Fifth, Sixth etc.. Add all of that up and you have what the front of the book accurately describes as "a beach read for intellectuals. World Fantasy Award for Best Novel. View all 7 comments.

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Apr 24, Kiersten rated it did not like it. After reading Jeri's review, I don't really have a lot to add. I thought the premise was interesting, but the climax was disappointing, the characters were one-dimensional this might have been purposeful, as he was trying to draw parallels to Dumas' book, but didn't really work for me , and the was protagonist off-putting.

I wasn't bothered by the details about bookbinding and famous books as much; those, in my opinion, were more interesting than the plot itself. I think one of the problems wit After reading Jeri's review, I don't really have a lot to add.

I think one of the problems with the book was that the author took two plots that could have been very interesting if fleshed out on their own the devil book story and the Anjou wine story and tried to mash them together. The result: Each plot line just seemed to get in the way of the other. Also, I really thought that if Corso talked about the girl's light green eyes or the way she smelled like "youth and fever" one more time, I was going to have to flush the thing down the toilet. View all 6 comments.

May 28, Fabian rated it really liked it. Times indeed! Its brilliance is subtle, the prose is accessible, the themes are grand. How hard, really, is the creation of a postmodern "beachbook"? And to wrangle with the conventions without overstepping unto dreaded cliche Very difficult, and this novel does not quite cross into the inanity of Jasper Fforde's terrain nor into the uber-popula "A beachbook for intellectuals," N.

Very difficult, and this novel does not quite cross into the inanity of Jasper Fforde's terrain nor into the uber-popular, comical turf of Mr. Dan Brown. It is original and entertaining in equal measure. It is, perhaps, one of the sole post-modern neonoir contenders to be forged unto the Must List. I know now why: Did you know that only half almost, precisely of the book exists in that cinematic format?

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View 1 comment. Apr 16, mark monday rated it liked it Shelves: View all 13 comments. Jul 22, Scurra rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is a confidence trick. I mean that in the most complimentary way possible however; Perez-Reverte takes a perverse delight in not just yanking the rug out from under you but practically rebuilding the house around you while you are reading, without you noticing until it is almost too late!

Put simply, this is a Quest novel. The protagonist Corso takes the Hero's Journey and all the archetypes are present and correct - indeed, one of them may be more of an archetype than even Corso or This book is a confidence trick. The protagonist Corso takes the Hero's Journey and all the archetypes are present and correct - indeed, one of them may be more of an archetype than even Corso or the reader suspects - and yet neither Corso nor the reader are truly aware of what quest they are actually on.

It also falls into that group of novels that require other reference points to properly appreciate. Just like a whole layer of Bridget Jones' Diary is lost if the reader is not well acquainted with Pride and Prejudice, so too The Dumas Club is much better if you've read the d'Artganan books notably The Three Musketeers. And the clever intertwining plotlines that keep the reader as baffled as Corso, whilst allowing you to remain just that half-a-step ahead is a fine juggling act that only really loses its way right at the end indeed The Ninth Gate - the film version - manages to improve on the ending of the book, although it should be observed that it only does so by abandoning one whole half of the plot!

And this hook also belongs in that small group of novels in which the illustrations form an essential part of the plot I can only think of Jasper Fforde 's First Among Sequels that uses illustrations as an integral part of the story in a similar way.

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So, despite the small flaw in the ending which doesn't truly diminish the book, but is disappointing , this is a genuine classic. Sep 12, Josh rated it it was ok Recommends it for: He is rescued by the younger woman. Hell, even the DaVinci Code contained most of the above formula. Motherless Brooklyn, with its exploration of small-time crime syndicates and short, sporadic sub-chapters some no more than a few sentences long which parallel the main character's own tourettic outbursts, was clearly the better written of the two.

Sensacional, qualquer um que ame a literatura deve ler esse livro. Jul 11, Paquita Maria Sanchez rated it it was ok Shelves: May 31, Kelly rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This book is an homage to the swashbuckling adventure story, particularly the Three Musketeers like stories of Alexandre Dumas, pere.

But I recommend it to anyone with a deep love for books I think that you'll recognize yourself in some of the characters, even in their most ridiculous adventures.

I found myself variously giggling aloud, gasping in shock, and turning pages faster and faster This book is an homage to the swashbuckling adventure story, particularly the Three Musketeers like stories of Alexandre Dumas, pere. I found myself variously giggling aloud, gasping in shock, and turning pages faster and faster like a fiend. Except that this book isn't about that most of the time. It is about wandering scholars, crazed professors, and eccentric, obsessed bibliophiles. My favorite book of Perez-Reverte's remains "The Flanders Panel," but this book is still very high on those that I love.

I highly recommend it. It's a great, absorbing read. One note: I suggest reading some Dumas, or you lose about half of the fun and cleverness of the novel. The end reveal couldn't possibly be as good without that background, I don't think.

As a final note: I heard there was a movie made of this. I chose not to see it, and I heard I chose correctly.

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Don't judge it by that! This book is absolutely fantastic, and I'm sure the plot was mangled to make it more exciting for Hollywood audiences. Don't base your opinion of it on that. Credo di avere un problema con la letteratura spagnola.

Eccetto Il Don Chisciotte, gli altri tre romanzi spagnoli che ho letto — spagnoli, non latinoamericani- non mi hanno convinto: E adesso il Club Dumas. Colpa tua -direte voi- visto che ti scegli questo genere di libri.

Mi sembra che ci siano tante piccole cose che non funzionano, a partire dal protagonista, Corso, antieroe, disilluso mercenario bibliofilo che in fondo ha un cuore, e che aveva tutte le carte in regola per essere un buon personaggio, ma a cui non sono riuscita ad affezionarmi.

Attorno al nostro Corso, vorticano un misterioso malintenzionato e due donne, ovviamente estremamente attraenti: Ma chi se ne importa! Passando alla trama, Corso si trova di fronte a due diversi misteri che sembrano avere un collegamento, quello legato ad un manoscritto di Dumas e quello satanico, legato a un misterioso libro che permetterebbe di evocare demoni.

Aug 21, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Every page reminds us of a day that has passed and makes us relive the emotions that filled it. Happy hours underlined in red pencil, dark ones in black Once I get myself a copy: This book is like the epitome of everything I like I didn't want it to end! It's my lucky day. Gli altri difetti riscontrati in questa rilettura possono essere annoverati nella scrittura propriamente detta: Nonostante queste pecche, il libro resta a mio parere comunque godibile e molto affascinante, con un immenso pregio: Amore per la carta stampata, per le biblioteche antiche e polverose, per gli autori meno celebri e ingiustamente dimenticati.

Amore per la letteratura, nella sua interezza. Gli ammiccamenti e i richiami alle opere di quest'ultimo e di tanti altri autori sono numerosissimi e contribuiscono a creare il "gioco letterario" che Il Club Dumas rappresenta. Questo libro parla di libri e di letteratura e lo fa con una passione ricca, sincera e incondizionata. Tra gli altri personaggi, a onor del vero volutamente? Trasmette un costante senso di straniamento e un'eterea atmosfera di sospensione e "magia" che sono parte integrante del fascino di queste pagine.

Alcuni passaggi, poi, hanno slanci di lirica bellezza. E che aggiunge ulteriore fascino alla lettura, specie una volta terminato il volume. Un avviso ai potenziali lettori: Attenzione nel caso non l'abbiate letto e abbiate intenzione di farlo!

After a few years, the new reading experience turned out to be pleasant, even if with some flaws that have prevented me to fully enjoy it.

So I decided to slightly lower the rating assigned to this "thriller".

This is the genre assigned to this book, but The Club Dumas is an atypical thriller. The rhythm of the narration is slow, the tension built is minimal and doesn't increase with the progress of the story important aspect, for a thriller worthy of the name.

Moreover, the "investigative" part is not particularly exciting and has some stretchings which may be unbereable. The other lacks I found in this second reading are in the writing itself: Despite these flaws, the book remains in my opinion still enjoyable and very fascinating.

With an immense value: Love for the printed paper, for the ancient and dusty libraries, for the less famous and unjustly forgotten authors. Love for literature, in its entirety. It is not by chance that the book can be seen as a great tribute to the feuilleton, that is too often considered "second-class" literature, and to Dumas, who is the undisputed master of this genre.

Winks and references to the works of Dumas himself and many other authors are numerous. They contribute to create the "literary game" that The Club Dumas represents. This book talks about books themselves and literature with a rich, sincere and unconditional passion.

In this sense, one of the most beautiful characters in the story is Fargas, an avid bibliophile dealing with a harrowing and insoluble "literary" dilemma. Among the other characters, to be honest deliberately? The writing, despite the flaws described, is refined. It transmits a constant sense of estrangement and an ethereal atmosphere of "magic".

Some excerpts are lyrically beatiful. I will not examine in depth the plot, as it is difficult to talk about it without spoilers. I'll write only that the text offers multiple interpretations, capable of drastically and almost totally subverting the meaning of the book. And this ambiguity adds further charm to reading, especially once the volume is finished. A warning to potential readers: Consider it in case you have not read this book and you intend to do it.

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Aug 17, Brooke rated it really liked it Shelves: The book I thought it was started with a man in the library of a home that is burning down, but the summary on the back cover wasn't ringing any bells, so I thought that maybe I was wrong about reading it before. I was right that I'd read it before, but it wasn't the book with the man in the fire.

It's difficult to give much information plot-wise about The Club Dumas without spoiling anything, so I'll just say that it involves rare book collectors, The Three Musketeers, books that are portals to the Devil, and five bajillion book references. It's a thriller and mystery for bibliophiles, one of my favorite types of books.