Do you check how many views your posts have received?Occasionally I glance at stats, but it's never something I check religiously or stress over.
In a room of the Palais-Cardinal which we already know, near a table with silver gilt corners, loaded with papers and books, a man was sitting, his head resting in his hands.
From page 56:
He did not, therefore, know any more where Aramis was than where Athos and Porthos were; and the matter began to be somewhat embarrassing, when he fancied he heard a pane of glass being smashed in his room.
A year after the publication of The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas produced a sequel worthy in every respect of the original. In Twenty Years After the much beloved D'Artaganan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis reunite to fight the forces of evil. In the original novel they defeated Milady, a formidable foe; now they need to face her vengeful son Mordaunt, as well as countering the machinations of the sinister Cardinal Mazarin. Their adventures also take them to England, where Cromwell is about to topple Charles I. Meanwhile, they must overcome the obstacles which the passing of time has placed between them. Rediscovering strength in unity, they fight for Queen and country.
I used to keep track of my stats until something funky happened so I had thousands of hits a day without any websites named. Russians, no doubt. I stopped checking stats at that time. My review and quotes for VOICESReplyDelete
How bizarre! Thanks for stopping by, Anne.Delete
I didn't realize there was a sequel. Sounds like TWENTY YEARS AFTER would be fun to read.ReplyDelete
My Friday post features excerpts from Buffalo Gal.
Yes, there are a few books in the Musketeers series. Thanks for the visit.Delete
Looks interesting! Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: ”MY LOVELY WIFE”ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit, Laurel.Delete
I've heard about this author, never read him though. Not sure I will start either.... Hope you love it. Happy Easter weekend!ReplyDelete
His books are good--classic adventure stories. See you next time.Delete
Sounds like an interesting book. It is a new one for me. Today I am spotlighting Spellslinger by Sebastien De Castell. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Kathy.Delete
I haven't heard of this book, and it does look interesting. I'd be keen to find out more!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit! Happy Reading.Delete
I haven't read anything by this author, but this sounds like a really interesting read.ReplyDelete
I didn't know there was a follow-up novel. I hope you enjoy your Sunday!ReplyDelete
I think that's a sensible approach to stats. :) Occasional checking.ReplyDelete