Book Club Day: The Black Count by Tom Reiss

Reading about someone who lived over 250 years ago is always fascinating: their accomplishments, their beliefs, their family. It still amazes me when something that happened  so long ago resonates with present day.  In The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo biographer Tom Reiss recreates life for a mixed man during the French Revolution.

Today From Left to Write members discuss what resonated with them from this month’s selection.

Grab your copy of The Black Count and learn all about the amazing Alexandre Dumas. The first one.

Read more about Tom Reiss on his website and check out his Facebook page.

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  1. October 16, 2012
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