Arturo Perez-Reverte' the Club Dumas Essay
Alexandre Dumas manuscript of The Three Musketeers and an ancient satanic text called The Nine Doors. Corso, slowly puts the pieces together in the two books as he becomes part of a never-ending game leading to a secret society. Corso is well described and developed, but the other characters lack depth, with only a few exceptions. Some of the key characters appear only at least two times during the overall plot, and in the end some are left unexplained and have no exit except …show more content…
Even though it was quite cluttered with fairly undeveloped characters and left out plot holes, it was worth reading and I learned a few things. All of the major flaws in this book weren't in the movie, which I actually prefer to this. In the movie the Dumas manuscript and its entire plot was removed and it was centred on the satanic text and it became one of those rare good cult movies. It directed by Roman Polanski, who directed Rosemary's
Baby. The only reason I got this novel and read it was because I liked the movie and was hoping I would get the same type of thing in the book, and I was wrong about that.
The movie was enjoyable because of what was cut out and reformatted to be easier to grasp, the book's vague story make it not really eerie or