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  1. says:

    It is entirely inexplicable why this edition is described as "annotated." It is not. At all. Also, the arrangement of the printing makes it irritating to read. (For example, paragraphs are not indented.) Obviously this is not a comment on the wonderful novel itself. Plenty of other inexpensive editions available.


  2. says:

    Everything in The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a fascinating juxtaposition of the grotesque and the sublime the speech, the characters, the setting. I felt like the whole point of the story was to show that architecture was the only good thing that came from the Middle Ages so for heaven's sake, don't tear those buildings down! We could never build something like that again! This book saved the Notre Dame Cathedral by giving people a reason to care about it and showing how Gothic architecture was beautiful even though it was different (which is a theme in the novel that applies to the characters as well). Victor Hugo likes lists that are very, very long full of even longer names and I found myself falling asleep a lot in the first half of the book. Then suddenly I get hit over the head by this steamy, passionate, action packed, gruesomely violent second half of the novel complete with forbidden love. Didn't see that coming. I found it surprisingly modern in that there are a lot elements in this story that are popular in novels, especially young adult ones, today. Though I can't help but think that the girl would have been turned on by the whole forbidden/creepy love thing if it had been written today instead of her being horrified by it. And can I just say how shocked I was when he used the word "vampire" AND talked about Nicolas Flamel? There was some great sarcastic humor in here that had me smiling. This was Hugo's first novel after writing plays and it reads like one. There are lots of action scenes and he writes an excellent mob. He almost makes me want to grab a pitchfork. I walked away from this book thinking about what beauty and love really are.


  3. says:

    The core story is wonderful and complex. However, Hugo's description of Paris, both physically and historically is quite detailed to the point of being laborious and it makes following of the plot line much harder than it needs to be. The plot line of the story is often interrupted for several pages, at a time. Hugo does paint a beautiful word picture of Paris in such minutia that one could almost use it to build a model of the main roads, buildings, bridges and gates of that city. If a film maker stuck to the book's complete content for the movie script, the film would twice as long as any film so far made of this story.


  4. says:

    everyone thinks he knows the story of the Hunchback. You don't unless you take the time to read this long long novel about Paris, France, the Church, people of Paris and finally the Hunchback and his life. For the casual reader, see the movie and enjoy. If you really have an interest in Paris and the life and times of Quasimodo, read this wonderful book but be prepared to have many lessons in architecture as well as a truly tragic story, Ask your friends how the hunchback died and no one but you will know the answer.


  5. says:

    Review for Kindle edition ASIN: B06Y1VF53F.
    From the start the book is full of typos, missing whitespaces between words, etc. It is really annoying to read for someone to whom English is not mother tongue. Whomever proofed this translation should find another vocation and not touch a single book ever again.


  6. says:

    Starts out very slow with a complete layout of Paris from the establishment of the city to the book's present day, intermixed with the lineage of rulers and their contributions to the city of Paris. I believe it was the authors intention to give a thorough portrayal of the history of the city, leaders, and architecture, but most of it was irrelevant and was stretched out beyond necessity. Once the storyline picked up, about a quarter of the way through, it became much captivating. I would recommend briefly skimming the beginning to get the gist of things and then commence reading in depth at the introduction of Quasimodo.


  7. says:

    Surprising ending; great read for those who like sad endings. If you do like sad endings, a great plot, and a well written story, I highly recommend you to sit through the boring and lengthy descriptions because it does get better and it's worth the read.


  8. says:

    I'm a nearly 22 year old English major writer, and I read this because I love Gothic literature and archaic terms. I didn't know what I got myself into. I have an entire review on my blog writerswasteland.blogspot, but I can't post it here. If you want to read that, you can search, because I go in to incredible detail and compare and contrast it to cinematic depictions.

    Overall: It's a great book with incredibly difficult archaic and Latin phrases. It's one of (if not the) most difficult book I've read for fun. It took me a few months to get through it, because I kept stopping, but it's beautiful. If you're reading it because you think it's like the Disney movie, you couldn't be wrong, and only one character has a happy ending. I cried the last seven pages or so because it was so terribly sad. But it's beautiful, so beautiful, and there's a reason it's considered a classic.


  9. says:

    I bought this title at the beginning of June but did not get down to read it until last night. I am terribly disappointed that who ever transcribed it for the Kindle edition did a very bad job indeed. The text is written in gibberish pidgen Franglais!
    It had not been properly proof read and edited before being sent for sale. It is full of English words like "near" , "huge", "artwork", "l'component", "los angeles" , 1. A. Survenue", "near", "1. A Grand Salle", "1. A Place", "castle feasible", "body" etc And that was only the Preface
    What on earth does this all mean??? I won't hazard an explanation. It is too ridiculous.
    I was so irritated by the "typing" mistakes that I gave up reading after a few pages.
    It is too late for a refund, but if I want to read "Notre Dame de Paris", I will have to dig out my old hard copy from my school days! Perhaps a "Livre de Poche" edition!


  10. says:

    In this text, every instance of the article "la" is rendered as "l. A " making it or less impossible to read. How did this get onto ? There are other versions of the text that are correct. I want my money back


  11. says:

    This should be zero stars really. My download (on two different devices) consists of just one fuzzy page. what are you doing?


  12. says:

    I blurred page nothing else. I have seen other comments of the same. Slipped through QC. Totally useless DO NOT BUY THIS IS NOT A BOOK


  13. says:

    Not a fan of this book, typo misspelling & the story is all over the place.


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