The Count of Monte Cristo
"The Count of Monte Cristo" is an adventure novel by French author Alexandre Dumas, first published in serial form in the early 1840s. The story follows Edmond Dantes, a young man who is falsely accused of treason and imprisoned for 13 years. When he is finally released, Dantes assumes a new identity as the wealthy Count of Monte Cristo and embarks on a mission of revenge against those who wronged him.
The novel is known for its exciting plot, memorable characters, and themes of justice, forgiveness, and the corrupting influence of power. It is considered a classic of French literature and has been translated into numerous languages. If you enjoy historical fiction, adventure stories, or just a good tale of revenge, "The Count of Monte Cristo" is definitely worth picking up!