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Les Misérables, Volume 3

Les Misérables, Volume 3 by Victor Hugo
By: (1802-1885)

Les Misérables, Volume 3 by Victor Hugo is a captivating and heartbreaking tale that delves deeper into the lives of its complex characters. The novel continues to explore themes of social inequality, redemption, and the human capacity for both good and evil. Hugo's writing is rich and powerful, drawing readers into the gritty world of 19th century France.

The characters in Volume 3 are incredibly well-developed, each struggling with their own demons and searching for their own redemption. From the noble Jean Valjean to the tragic Fantine, every character is fully realized and adds depth to the story. The themes of love, sacrifice, and forgiveness are woven throughout the narrative, creating a story that is both moving and thought-provoking.

Hugo's prose is both beautiful and thought-provoking, shedding light on the harsh realities of life for the poor and marginalized. The novel is a masterful exploration of the human spirit and the power of redemption, making it a must-read for fans of classic literature.

Overall, Les Misérables, Volume 3 is a powerful and emotional read that will stay with readers long after they finish the final page. Hugo's timeless storytelling and unforgettable characters make this novel a true masterpiece of literature.

Book Description:

This is volume 3 of 5. – An ex-convict breaks parole and starts a new life as a righteous man, but is pursued by a police inspector. Along the way, the ex-convict joins a revolution, adopts a daughter, and beats people up. Hooray.

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 5 reviews)

Reviewer: - August 16, 2018
Subject: Test, just a test
Love, Mercy, the Infinite. Leo Tolstoy said that Victor Hugo's Les Miserables was the greatest novel ever written. It has many facets and needs to be absorbed and contemplated, not just read.
Reviewer: - December 7, 2017
Subject: Les Miserables
I got to book 5 chapter 8, and there are no more chapters to be found. I know this is not the end. Where are they, I want to finish. Even with the mixture of readers (some bad, some good) this book has captured my interest. Someone needs to check into this.
Reviewer: - May 18, 2016
This was at times very tedious to listen to and was tempted to stop a time or two. Mr. Hugo had way too many words to say at times and it took listening on purpose to keep up with the story, I did endure and was glad I did in the end.
Reviewer: - September 25, 2014
Subject: Great Book
Spent 2 hours a day, 5 days a week, for almost two months listening to all 5 volumes of Les Miserables. What a great book, but some of the history lessons were a little too long. Nice to know about Waterloo, French Revolution, French Slang Words, the Paris sewer system, etc, but way to much information. Toyed with giving it four stars, but decided against it. This is a book worth reading/listening to and I don't want to discourage anyone from doing so.
Reviewer: - February 27, 2013
Subject: Amazing book
I love this book. Les miserables is amazing book and movie.

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