The passionate Andre-Louis Moreau makes an unexpected entrance into the French Revolution when he vows to avenge his best friend's death. His target: Monsieur de La Tour d'Azyr, the aristocratic villain who killed his friend. Andre-Louis rallies the underclass to join him in his mission against the supreme power of the nobility. Soon the rebel leader must go underground, disguising himself as "Scaramouche" in a traveling group of actors. In the midst of his swashbuckling adventures and his country's revolution, he discovers the secret of his own identity.
"All in all, this 'sheer knight-errantcy' is a marvelous entertainment." (Kirkus)
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Liberty and Justice at the End of a Rapier Wit
- Troy "Say something about yourself!"
Yes - I would have had trouble with the French names and I liked having them pronounced correctly and beautifully.
Toward the end I neglected my life and had my headphones on for a good four hours. I was transported. :)
- Nicole "I mostly read historical non-fiction and fiction and I love it when it's done well."