The Count Of Monte Cristo (Om Books)
"On his wedding day, Edmond Dante's, a sailor, is arrested for treason. Charged with being a Bonapartiste, he is wrongfully imprisoned without trial in the dreaded Chateau d’If. Dante's has been betrayed, concludes his fellow prisoner and mentor, Abbé Faria. After a dramatic escape from prison, Dante's acquires a fortune at the Island of Monte Cristo and comes to France as the mysterious and sought-after Count of Monte Cristo with steely resolve, he sets about wreaking vengeance on those who conspired his ruination and with devastating consequences. Set in France, Italy and the islands in the Mediterranean during the historical events of 1815–1839, this literary classic by Alexandre Dumas (père), originally published between 1844 and 1845, is an exploration of universal themes like romance, hope, loyalty, betrayal, vengeance, forgiveness and justice."