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The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo begins with a condensed retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, related through the voice of Sherlock Holmes. It includes exhilarating new adventures, characters, and ideas, carrying the reader through books I and II and into book III of an ever-expanding new series based on the classic. The author consulted the originThe Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo begins with a condensed retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, related through the voice of Sherlock Holmes. It includes exhilarating new adventures, characters, and ideas, carrying the reader through books I and II and into book III of an ever-expanding new series based on the classic. The author consulted the original French as well as the oldest English translations of The Count of Monte Cristo, but the style of the retelling, in the distinctive voice of Sherlock Holmes, constitutes a new work. Books II and III, incorporated herein, are wholly original sequels although they include characters from the original classic. The author of The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo also consulted a more current 2003 translation by Robin Buss of the The Count of Monte Cristo, which helped to inspire both this work and the first sequel in this series, The Sultan of Monte Cristo. The most recent (2003) unabridged translation by Buss is indispensable to fully appreciate the original story. Those who have already had the pleasure of reading The Sultan of Monte Cristo will certainly appreciate the unique way in which the Holy Ghost Writer has expanded the original story without the help of anyone (except perhaps from the ghost of Dumas himself). While The Sultan of Monte Cristo has been enjoyed by thousands as a stand-alone work, this work is an even easier read of the original classic, as it has a condensed version of the original story retold in the voice of Sherlock Holmes....

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The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) Reviews

  • Jada Dubya
    2019-04-30 12:19

    Just when I thought Holy Ghost Writer couldn’t get more creative, he exceeds my expectations.Let me introduce you to Edmond Dantès: Plantation Owner. In the last sequel, The Sultan of Monte Cristo, Edmond began to hear a voice called Mother Wisdom. She instructed him to go to the South and abolish slavery. So, in The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo, Edmond packs up and moves with his sister wives Haydee and Mercedes in tow. Accompanying him are his two daughters, good old Ali, and other loyal servants. After he’s settled with the family, Edmond receives news that Valentine and Maximilien are expecting. He decides he wants to be there for the birth of their child. As usual, the sister wives are all, “Hey, it’s totally okay for you to be gone for, like, ever. We still love you.” Edmond arrives back in Paris as his usual busy self being a man about town. Unfortunately Villefort, Valentine’s formerly deranged father, has regained his sanity and wants revenge on the Count. The prosecutor comes up with charges, and has Edmond thrown into prison. The incarceration brings Edmond into contact with none other than Sherlock Holmes. And, more craziness ensues. At this point in the series, I’m pretty sure the author has written these sequels for stoners. In this book, it isn’t just the “fictional” characters who are introduced (Sherlock Holmes, Huck Finn, etc.) that are overwhelming. It is also the inventions and tie-ins. Holy Ghost Writer has elevated Edmond Dantès to the same status as Leonardo da Vinci and Benjamin Franklin. I mean, the man has a lab where he does experiments. The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo plot was the most comical of them all. This series has to be satire. My recommendation is to don’t get too caught up in dissecting the books or making comparisons to the original. Just enjoy and be amused. I am thoroughly tickled. Can’t wait for Book IV Abraham Lincoln.

  • Stephen Fraser
    2019-04-29 13:14

    The writing is consistent with the previous Holy Ghost Writer books. The story picks up with the Sultan of Monte Cristo and his continued exploits. At this point the ideas are getting outlandish and more extensive to keep invested readers reading. If you enjoyed the previous books you will enjoy this one I just wouldn't expect anything new or different. The story is well told and the characters are developed but not truly believable. While I like to help new authors I don't think I will be investing anymore time into this work.

  • George
    2019-04-26 07:10

    I was waiting for the Sherlock edition for quite a long time and now that it has finally come out I am glad that it is really good and well written, it is much better than the previous ones and shows the finesse of the author really well. I glad that I made a right choice in buying this book. You will find the story of Dantes re told by Sherlock and it is amazing how Sherlock comes to the plot.

  • Steven Tomlinson
    2019-04-25 09:23

    This book is a compilation of all three books in the story so far: The Count of Monte Cristo, Sultan of Monte Cristo, and The Sovereign Order. You can get all four in just this one book instead of all separately, and give yourself a nice savings. It's WELL worth the money, let me tell you.The Count of Monte Cristo as retold by Sherlock Homes: The is the twisting, turning story story of Edmund Dantes from the Count of Monte Cristo, told in the voice of Conan Doyles' Sherlock Holmes. Dantes is a reeal action hero of a slightly more modern stamp, as befits a modern book. he's a little more self-confident and sexy, but not iin the same quirky way as holmes himself. He's more of a man's man.The Sultan of Monte Cristo is an entirely original story, a sequel to the Cout of Monte Cristo. Dantes' advntures take him to the exotic locations we have come to expect, and it's such a pleasure to read the descriptions and feel the castles and bazaars leap off the page. He also meets thelove of his life, Mercedes. The action scenes are well done and they don't hold back - it's edgy and unsettling at times, again well suited to a modern audience.The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo again goes back to the voice of Sherlock Holmes to continue the adventures and the stunning imaginary worlds conjured up by the Holy Ghort Writer.It's very creative to use the Holme and Watson idea. It may sound like something of a trick, but it all hinges on whether the writer can pull it off and write the exchanges well between Holmes and Watson. I am happy to say the writer nailed it. This is a wonder series of stories and considering there are well over 800 pages, I was through it in a flash. More please!!Why no voting buttons? We don't let customers vote on their own reviews, so the voting buttons appear only when you look at reviews submitted by others.PermalinkComment Comment1 of 1 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars An Alchemist aka The Hold Ghost Writer, January 21, 2014By Grady Harp (Los Angeles, CA United States) - See all my reviews(TOP 50 REVIEWER) (VINE VOICE) (HALL OF FAME REVIEWER) (REAL NAME) Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Kindle Edition)The mystery continues as to the identity of `The Holy Ghost Writer' (or wholly ghostwriter or any of the many monikers that have been attached to this bizarre person's output - gender to be determined). Or to quote the author `The identity of the author is part of an international contest, and the first person to correctly name the HG Writer from the clues found in the Count of Monte Cristo sequels will receive a reward of $2500.' In another place the author states, `The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo an elite group unknown beings have been roaming the Earth since the dawn of time. They have seen it all. They masterminded half the worlds most famous and infamous incidents as a matter of fact. They were always in search of new things to bring to this place called Earth. But sometimes even the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo became wary and clueless. And they needed fresh ideas. Although the humans weren't the brightest tools in the shed once in awhile one would come up with something useful. The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo needed away to harness that raw talent from the few who had talented. So they created a place that was ultra hip where people would come to drop their ideas. You see almost of the Hollywood big wigs were members of the Order. There were producers, directors, and agents. These people all collected ideas of others. You see Hollywood would be nothing without ideas. It is what makes Hollywood the place it is. The Sovereign Order wanted ideas. They take these ideas and harness them using them to their liking. They made Hollywood so appealing with all the glitz and glam. Everyone came there to show off his or her talent. Salvaging ideas was one use and a recruiting tool was the other. Many people come there and fail, but sometimes they get a keeper. They made Hollywood appear as the land of dreams people came from far and wide to make their big break. Some made, some didn't. But little did we know it was never about us. It was about them and the ideas they could get from us. And the people they could recruit to join the ranks. This is why the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo created Hollywood.'But no matter the hype and stunning attention getting devices this author uses, the books resulting from the concept are ingeniously written, cleverly conceived, and masterfully dashed off with a style that quickly becomes addictive. In this current alchemistic foray the book begins with a conversation between Dr. Watson who believes he has written the last Holmes adventure and the drug addled Sherlock Holmes who declares `there is one last adventure from my youth that must be recorded for posterity - that of the Count of Monte Cristo, his heirs, and all those to whom his life has touched. More precisely, I am referring to our literary posterity' (Holmes declares he gained his investigative powers from the Count of Monte Cristo). And so begins a retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, related through the voice of Sherlock Holmes. Filled with fantasy as well as real characters and wild adventures, it is an amalgamation of all the thrills of the Dumas novel as reworked through the characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle' s Sherlock Holmes, the fictional detective created by Scottish author and physician. Reworking the Dumas story blended adroitly with the Doyle story, the writer even takes the action to America and involves characters from Huck Finn to Abraham Lincoln with daring excursions into politics, racism, social etiquette, and of course investigative detective work.The book is long (in excess of 800 pages) but the speed of reading will astonish those fortunate enough to enter this strange and beguilingly created world of The Holy Ghost Writer - whoever that may be. With so much emphasis on the Holmes character (recent movie, two simultaneous television series at present), this is a book that should have very large appeal. The Holy Ghost Writer has found the literary persona du jour! Grady Harp, January 14Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Yes NoReport abuse | PermalinkComment Comment5.0 out of 5 stars The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, December 17, 2013By Jane Jones (NC) - See all my reviewsAmazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Kindle Edition)The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by the Holy Ghost WriterThe Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is all about mysteries within mysteries; of course this is to be expected from an author calling his or her self ‘Holy Ghost Writer’ with a mystery to be solved as to the identity of the author with a prize for the winner. Sherlock Holmes starts by retelling of the original mystery to his dear friend, Dr. Watson based on Edmond Dantes original story of The Count of Monte Cristo. Each part of the story is presented as Holmes and Watson discuss that clues are being given in the story being told. This method of presenting the story keeps the interest of the reader high with all the comments and observations by Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.The style of writing with all the small chapters with each part of the plot development sounds like it would chop the story up but they flow beautifully one into another. The story moves along quickly in an imaginative manner with Sherlock Holmes fans will love and the central character Edmond Dantes leads the story to first Albania, where he becomes a Sultan and then on to America with the purpose of eradicating slavery.The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes gives the new reader to the stories of the Count of Monte Cristo a fun and refreshing way to learn of this classic tale and fans who have read the original have the double pleasure to compare this new style and story presentation to the original story. I personally enjoyed the unique style of the presentation and hope others readers will also.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Yes NoReport abuse | PermalinkComment Comment5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Story, December 14, 2013By Booklover - See all my reviewsAmazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Kindle Edition)The book "The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo)" by Holy Ghost Writer is undoubtedly unique because it presents the heart-moving story of the protagonist Edmond Dantes in a way never been told before. The author has taken his creativity to the next level - and beyond. The biggest surprise in this book is that the most celebrated detective Sherlock Holmes narrates the complete story of the Count of Monte Cristo to his dearest friend Dr Watson. Fans of Sherlock Holmes, better known as Sherlockians, will love this book.Edmond Dantes, a young sailor longs to marry Mercedes but destiny has other plans and he is falsely accused of deception. While in prison, Dantes comes closer to a fellow inmate who shares a secret with him that would help him put an end to his misery and get filthy rich. He manages his new found wealth judiciously and seeks vengeance against those who had wronged him.The book doesn't end here but continues with the next story in the series - "The Sultan of Monte Cristo," which reveals that Edmond Dantes becomes a Sultan through marriage with Haydee and settles in Albania. He also takes his first love Mercedes as his second wife. Also, Edmond boldly admits to having a physical relationship with Raymee, as he wants to be true to his two wives. But his sincere acceptance made it very difficult for him to prove that he is not involved with another woman named Black Beauty.In "The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo," Edmond moves his family to America to fulfill the desire of Mother Wisdom which is to eradicate slavery in America. His friendly visit to France becomes uneventful when he is incarcerated once again by none other than his old enemy Villefort. The unexpected twists and turns make the story more exciting and dramatic.Holy Ghost Writer has produced a great work that unfailingly charm readers and enthrall their imagination.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Yes NoReport abuse | PermalinkComment Comment0 of 1 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars This book is absolutely FABULOUS!, November 8, 2013By Eric P. - See all my reviewsThis review is from: The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Kindle Edition)I first bought The Count of Monte Cristo, The Sultan of Monte Cristo and the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo for my Kindle, but wanted to get the paper version too because I want to have this wonderful sequel on my bookcase!As a big fan of French literature, I must say that I was a bit skeptical at the beginning. Indeed, it is not easy to continue a classic and a reference such as The Count of Monte Cristo. But I was pleasantly surprised by this book. Indeed, I found through this mysterious author, the style of Alexandre Dumas, with a fluid and descriptive writing that takes us into the world of Edmond Dantes. I always wondered what happened to Edmond, Mercedes and other characters, from the world of Dumas. The author, The Holy Ghost Writer really has a vivid imagination!The strength of this book resides in the imagination and creativity of the author, and the Immersive atmosphere that he can maintain. The scenes are exciting, intense and very detailed, like in a movie and the writing style of HGW is still excellent and we learn a little more about the characters in each chapter. I guarantee you will not get bored a single second!The plot is very well crafted. The writing style is rich and descriptive, flows smoothly and the atmosphere is enchanting! This is a brilliant book, I didn't want it to end! I recommend it to everyone, fans of classic literature or in general.This story is unique and brilliant and the execution is perfect! Honestly, this book is in my top 5 of the best books I have ever read!Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Yes NoReport abuse | PermalinkComment Comment1 of 2 people found the following review helpful4.0 out of 5 stars Holy Ghost Writer's Three Exciting Volumes in One Collection, October 30, 2013By Tania Staley - See all my reviewsThis review is from: The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Paperback)Reviewed by Tania Staley for Pacific Book ReviewThe Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas has long been a favorite of fans of adventure and mystery literature. These readers now have a new treat to delve into, The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition), written by the mysteriously named Holy Ghost Writer. In this special edition, Holy Ghost Writer has combined his three Count of Monte Cristo novels--The Count of Monte Cristo as Retold by Sherlock Holmes, The Sultan of Monte Cristo, and The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo--into one fabulous volume. In this collection, readers will be reacquainted with the hero that has enthralled the mind of readers for years, been the inspiration for countless movies and books, and has left readers craving for more, Edmond Dantes. With Holy Ghost Writer's collection, readers can finally get an answer to what happened to the infamous hero.Holy Ghost Writer begins his series with a condensed retelling of Alexandre Dumas's original tale, but with one unique twist. Readers of The Count of Monte Cristo as Retold by Sherlock Holmes will get to sit alongside Watson as the famous detective Holmes recaps the tale of Edmond Dantes. Holmes's to-the-point storytelling allows this classic piece of literature to be brought to an even broader audience. Fans of the original will be able to refresh their memory, while readers who felt that Dumas's original text of 1200+ pages was too daunting will find Holy Ghost Writer's condensed telling of the story to be less time consuming and more approachable. While I am fan of the original Count of Monte Cristo, nothing is sacrificed by reading Holy Ghost Writer's version. Readers will get to hear the story of Edmond Dantes, a young sailor who is wrongfully accused of treason. While in prison, a fellow inmate befriends him and tells him about a secret treasure that he wants him to have. With his newfound wealth, Dantes vows to get revenge on the men who framed him. All of this mystery and intrigue is within this new rendition just in a more easily read form in order to speed readers along to the new exciting tale awaiting them.After finishing the retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo, readers then get a chance to pick up the tale where the original left off in The Sultan of Monte Cristo. Finally, after decades of unanswered questions, readers will get the answers they have so desired. Did Dantes and Haydee stay together? Did Mercedes ever love again? Did Villefort ever learn the truth about his deeds? It is in this tale that Holy Ghost Writer truly gets his/her chance to shine. Readers will watch as Dantes woos exotic women, charms diplomats, and battles dangerous pirates armed only with his sharp mind. Holy Ghost Writer provides everything fans have asked for and a few things they never even thought to consider.Finally, Dantes travels to America in The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo. This last adventure takes him to Georgia, where Mother Wisdom has urged him to go in order to abolish slavery. In this third book of the series, readers will be pleased to see the link between Sherlock Holmes and Edmond Dantes is formed, as Holmes returns as both the narrator of this tale and key player in its plot. Readers will also get to welcome the return of characters from the original tale, as well as get to greet some new, but notable figures. Readers will be surprised to see the reach and influence Holy Ghost Writer has allowed this famed hero to have, and this last story will have readers asking "Who doesn't Dantes know?" and "What hasn't he done?" as classic literary and historical characters emerge from the page.Though there have been numerous retellings of The Count of Monte Cristo, Holy Ghost Writer's unique slant on the story is something that has never been done. It is exciting, fun, and definitely a worthy read. All of Edmond Dantes' wit, wisdom, and mischief that Alexandre Dumas first created are present in this new series, but with a new spin that is uniquely Holy Ghost Writer's. Reading this collection is like coming home to an already established literary world, but finding some exciting new renovating was done while you were away. This blend of the new and the old that Holy Ghost Writer has achieved is quite impressive. I highly recommend picking up a copy of this book and invite you to journey along with Dantes, the master of disguise and fulfiller of justice. The return of this classic hero is sure to please old fans and new readers alike.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Yes NoReport abuse | PermalinkComment Comment0 of 1 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars Great retelling on Classic Tales, October 29, 2013By Trina Lee - See all my reviewsAmazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Kindle Edition)The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo is a compilation of 3 books. Beginning with the classic tale of Edmond Dantes who is also known as The Count of Monte Cristo, as it is retold by Sherlock Holmes to his dear friend Dr. Watson. We are taken through a retelling of the original story as Edmond Dantes is falsely accused of treason and imprisoned. He escapes and exacts his revenge as well as becoming a Count and gathering his fortune.The 2nd book, The Sultan of Monte Cristo tells of how the Count then evolves into Sultan through marriage with Sultana Haydee and he eventually takes on a second wife, his first love Mercedes. It is packed with excitement and sensuality. We hear from Sherlock Holmes and Watson throughout the telling.And to conclude the story, The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo, elaborates on this story even further with the Count moving his family to a plantation in America. He eventually returns to France where he is caught and imprisoned once again by his old nemesis Villefort. It is here where he meets and mentors the young man who we have learned is our dear Sherlock Holmes.The book is another great retelling of classic stories by Holy Ghost Writer, and as the previous works by the author have done, this one kept me turning the pages. He/She is able to successfully blend classic characters into

  • Grady
    2019-04-20 07:00

    An Alchemist aka The Hold Ghost WriterThe mystery continues as to the identity of `The Holy Ghost Writer' (or wholly ghostwriter or any of the many monikers that have been attached to this bizarre person's output - gender to be determined). Or to quote the author `The identity of the author is part of an international contest, and the first person to correctly name the HG Writer from the clues found in the Count of Monte Cristo sequels will receive a reward of $2500.' In another place the author states, `The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo an elite group unknown beings have been roaming the Earth since the dawn of time. They have seen it all. They masterminded half the worlds most famous and infamous incidents as a matter of fact. They were always in search of new things to bring to this place called Earth. But sometimes even the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo became wary and clueless. And they needed fresh ideas. Although the humans weren't the brightest tools in the shed once in awhile one would come up with something useful. The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo needed away to harness that raw talent from the few who had talented. So they created a place that was ultra hip where people would come to drop their ideas. You see almost of the Hollywood big wigs were members of the Order. There were producers, directors, and agents. These people all collected ideas of others. You see Hollywood would be nothing without ideas. It is what makes Hollywood the place it is. The Sovereign Order wanted ideas. They take these ideas and harness them using them to their liking. They made Hollywood so appealing with all the glitz and glam. Everyone came there to show off his or her talent. Salvaging ideas was one use and a recruiting tool was the other. Many people come there and fail, but sometimes they get a keeper. They made Hollywood appear as the land of dreams people came from far and wide to make their big break. Some made, some didn't. But little did we know it was never about us. It was about them and the ideas they could get from us. And the people they could recruit to join the ranks. This is why the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo created Hollywood.'But no matter the hype and stunning attention getting devices this author uses, the books resulting from the concept are ingeniously written, cleverly conceived, and masterfully dashed off with a style that quickly becomes addictive. In this current alchemistic foray the book begins with a conversation between Dr. Watson who believes he has written the last Holmes adventure and the drug addled Sherlock Holmes who declares `there is one last adventure from my youth that must be recorded for posterity - that of the Count of Monte Cristo, his heirs, and all those to whom his life has touched. More precisely, I am referring to our literary posterity' (Holmes declares he gained his investigative powers from the Count of Monte Cristo). And so begins a retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, related through the voice of Sherlock Holmes. Filled with fantasy as well as real characters and wild adventures, it is an amalgamation of all the thrills of the Dumas novel as reworked through the characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle' s Sherlock Holmes, the fictional detective created by Scottish author and physician. Reworking the Dumas story blended adroitly with the Doyle story, the writer even takes the action to America and involves characters from Huck Finn to Abraham Lincoln with daring excursions into politics, racism, social etiquette, and of course investigative detective work.The book is long (in excess of 800 pages) but the speed of reading will astonish those fortunate enough to enter this strange and beguilingly created world of The Holy Ghost Writer - whoever that may be. With so much emphasis on the Holmes character (recent movie, two simultaneous television series at present), this is a book that should have very large appeal. The Holy Ghost Writer has found the literary persona du jour!

  • Jada Dubya
    2019-05-06 06:19

    This book is a compilation of all three books in the story so far: The Count of Monte Cristo as Retold by Sherlock Holmes, The Sultan of Monte Cristo, and The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo. You might want to consider getting just this one book instead of all four like I did to save money. I didn’t realize this until after I began reading. It begins with the classic tale of Edmond Dantes AKA The Count of Monte Cristo. But, the retelling is infused with brief conversations between Sherlock Holmes, the story teller, and his buddy Dr. Watson. As in the original story, Edmond is falsely accused of treason. He’s imprisoned thanks to some shady individuals he considered to be friends. While in prison, Edmond meets an old abbot who takes him under his wing. With the older man’s help, Edmond gains the tools he needs to exact revenge on the people responsible for his imprisonment.The next story in the series, The Sultan of Monte Cristo, brings Edmond into the exotic Mediterranean world of Albania where he becomes a Sultan through marriage with Sultana Haydee. True to his baller Islamic status, Edmond takes Mercedes as a second wife. After it is revealed that Edmond is a descendant of Biblical royalty, he goes on a quest he receives from Mother Wisdom (a voice that may or may not be from all those recreational drugs Edmond takes). Finally, Edmond becomes a Southern Beau in The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo. Mother Wisdom has directed him to abolish slavery in America. And like a good boy, Edmond moves his family to a Georgia plantation. Soon, the Count is compelled to visit France for the birth of his friends’ first child. While there, he’s imprisoned once again by Villefort, who is out for revenge. During his incarceration, he meets a bright young man who he mentors into becoming one of the best detective minds of all time. I have to insist that you go into this novel knowing the sequels are not anywhere near as wonderful as the original classic. So, stop reading this review right now if you’re expecting to read a book from the next Alexandre Dumas. What I can tell you is that the books are definitely imaginative and creative. If you’re looking for a guilty pleasure type read that isn’t a sappy romance novel, this is the series for you. I enjoyed the books, and look forward to the next sequel coming soon, Abraham Lincoln. Wonder if there will be vampires?

  • Booklover03
    2019-04-28 05:22

    Excellent StoryThe book “The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo)” by Holy Ghost Writer is undoubtedly unique because it presents the heart-moving story of the protagonist Edmond Dantes in a way never been told before. The author has taken his creativity to the next level – and beyond. The biggest surprise in this book is that the most celebrated detective Sherlock Holmes narrates the complete story of the Count of Monte Cristo to his dearest friend Dr Watson. Fans of Sherlock Holmes, better known as Sherlockians, will love this book.Edmond Dantes, a young sailor longs to marry Mercedes but destiny has other plans and he is falsely accused of deception. While in prison, Dantes comes closer to a fellow inmate who shares a secret with him that would help him put an end to his misery and get filthy rich. He manages his new found wealth judiciously and seeks vengeance against those who had wronged him.The book doesn’t end here but continues with the next story in the series - “The Sultan of Monte Cristo,” which reveals that Edmond Dantes becomes a Sultan through marriage with Haydee and settles in Albania. He also takes his first love Mercedes as his second wife. Also, Edmond boldly admits to having a physical relationship with Raymee, as he wants to be true to his two wives. But his sincere acceptance made it very difficult for him to prove that he is not involved with another woman named Black Beauty.In “The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo,” Edmond moves his family to America to fulfill the desire of Mother Wisdom which is to eradicate slavery in America. His friendly visit to France becomes uneventful when he is incarcerated once again by none other than his old enemy Villefort. The unexpected twists and turns make the story more exciting and dramatic.Holy Ghost Writer has produced a great work that unfailingly charm readers and enthrall their imagination.

  • Erin O'Riordan
    2019-05-11 06:17

    When I first read The Sultan of Monte Cristo, I was somewhat disappointed in the storytelling, although I enjoyed the strength and independence given to the female characters. Since reading That Girl Started Her Own Country, I've greatly changed my opinion about this series. I've become enraptured by the writer's own unique twist on the Count of Monte Cristo - a brand of historical fiction mixed with mash-ups of other classic novels mixed with an intriguing hint of conspiracy and international intrigue. One of my favorite things about this volume - which tells the further story of Edmond Dantes and his two wives, Mercedes and Haydee - is that it allows me more time with some favorite characters I had to leave behind when The Count of Monte Cristo ended. Maximilian Morrel and his now-wife Valentine make an appearance, and I'm very grateful to have an update on these beloved characters, whose story is somewhat left hanging at the end of Dumas' classic. Another character who makes an appearance is Sherlock Holmes. Anachronistic? Yes - the story of Edmond Dantes takes place in the early 19th century, while Sherlock Holmes is an Edwardian-era detective (about 100 years apart). But just go with it - it's fun, and I look forward to continuing this series and seeing how the writer weaves together the volumes that take place in the past and those that continue the saga into the present.

  • Steven
    2019-05-02 09:02

    The Holy Ghost Writer at his imaginative best...The Holy Ghost Writer Strikes again! This time with a refreshing and new novel “The sovereign order of Monte cristo-newly discovered adventures of Sherlock Holmes” to take the arena of novel by storm. A student of English of literature cannot ask for anything better if shakespeare is handled by a professor with complete mastery in the genre of drama. The students relish every minute of their drama class. In the same manner the die-hard fans of count of Monte cristo couldn’t have asked for a better option than the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes himself narrating the exploits of the count cristo. The oft-told story of this great character seems to enliven through the words of Sherlock Holmes.When Sherlock declares, “My dear Dr.Watson, there is one last adventure from youth that must be recorded for posterity.” The readers immediately realize that they in for a fabulous treat. Though Shelock Holmes narrates story to Watson in a rather leisurely set-up, the story whizzes pass on a fast lane making the readers sit on the edge of their seats. The character of Edmund Dante and his lady love Mercedes seems all the more endearing, while the villains seems ever so demonic. The omnipresent Holmes makes his presence felt at regular intervals through his interactions with the Doctor. The diction of the novel is simple and fluid and deepening plot gets distinctly enchanting. “The Sovereign order of Monte cristo-newly discovered adventures of Sherlock Holmes” is yet another feather in the cap of Holy Ghost Writer. Well! Don’t miss this once in a life time opportunity to hear about the exploits of legendary count of Monte cristo from the titan among detectives Sherlock Holmes.

  • Henry
    2019-05-15 11:13

    A Tale of amityThe influence of author's early book `The sultan of Monte Cristo" was extravagant which made me keen to go through his other books. I am fond of his publication and very much fascinated by his characterization in his books. HGW is not only immeasurable writer as well makes the readers to associate in his books emotionally. He proclaim the book in his own sophistication which contrasts from other authors. The book "The sovereign order of Monte Cristo" is another master piece of HGW which makes the readers to be more curious to read further to know the end of the story.The narration starts from the ship Pharaon where Edmond Dantes meets proprietor of the ship Morrel and he was stated as new captain of the ship due to the loss of Captain Lecrele . Danglars, the companion is very much disgusted by hearing Dante's promotion. Dante's goes to see his father where he found his father striving for nourishment and continuing with few francs for last 3 months after paying his debts. The characters of Caderousse and Fernand are well narrated with persuasive variation at the marriage ceremony of Dantes & Mercedes. Fernand loves Mercedes despite Mercedes disapprove his love and want him to be her brother. Mercedes inclination with Dante's was narrated with an overflow of feeling as well Dantes father was very contemptuous that his son will be the next captain of Pharaon. The confinement of Dantes interrupted the wedding with Mercedes where the entire association in the marriage ceremony got frightened by the happening.Well narrated story from HGW with phenomenal pace and emotions. The readers can feel the hearty touch of auspicious characters and the capricious twist by HGW

  • Adena Wright
    2019-05-10 13:13

    Edmond Dantes is back and the story continues in the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo by Holy Ghost Writer. I've come to associate the suspension of disbelief with the writings of HGW, and did not change while reading this novel. In fact, I didn't think it possible, but the plot gets even more bizarre. Despite the rather implausible events that take place, I feel this novel far exceeded the last. It has two major things that its predecessor, The Sultan of Monte Cristo, lacked: style and entertainment. It was clear within the first chapter that the quality of writing in this novel had improved greatly. The grammatically correct, well-structured sentences not only made the book easier to read and understand, but it also made it much more enjoyable. Although there were still a few of Holy Ghost Writer's signature time leaps where months go by in space of one sentence, the plot flowed nicely and kept me interested. As far as entertainment goes, this novel was a success. There were the old favorites as well as new additions to the cast such as Black Beauty, Huck Finn, and of course Sherlock Holmes, who serves as narrator as well. when I saw such a famous name in the title, I was a little leery of how the cunning detective would be portrayed, but it didn't take me long to warm up to his presence. I enjoyed Huck Finn's brief cameo as well. I feel like the characters truly came together in this novel, whereas the last one made it feel like they were strangers who just happened to be in the same book. All in all, this novel put a smile on my face. As was expected, the book may have ended, but the story definitely did not. I'm sure even more will be revealed in the next installation.

  • Trina
    2019-04-25 09:08

    The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo is a compilation of 3 books. Beginning with the classic tale of Edmond Dantes who is also known as The Count of Monte Cristo, as it is retold by Sherlock Holmes to his dear friend Dr. Watson. We are taken through a retelling of the original story as Edmond Dantes is falsely accused of treason and imprisoned. He escapes and exacts his revenge as well as becoming a Count and gathering his fortune. The 2nd book, The Sultan of Monte Cristo tells of how the Count then evolves into Sultan through marriage with Sultana Haydee and he eventually takes on a second wife, his first love Mercedes. It is packed with excitement and sensuality. We hear from Sherlock Holmes and Watson throughout the telling.And to conclude the story, The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo, elaborates on this story even further with the Count moving his family to a plantation in America. He eventually returns to France where he is caught and imprisoned once again by his old nemesis Villefort. It is here where he meets and mentors the young man who we have learned is our dear Sherlock Holmes. The book is another great retelling of classic stories by Holy Ghost Writer, and as the previous works by the author have done, this one kept me turning the pages. He/She is able to successfully blend classic characters into a new twist that is very enjoyable to read. If you are looking for not just another book to continue these beloved stories, but a new and exciting retelling of them, then I really recommend reading this. I have enjoyed all of the books by HGW and can’t wait for the next in the series.

  • Jane
    2019-05-16 06:03

    The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is all about mysteries within mysteries; of course this is to be expected from an author calling his or her self ‘Holy Ghost Writer’ with a mystery to be solved as to the identity of the author with a prize for the winner. Sherlock Holmes starts by retelling of the original mystery to his dear friend, Dr. Watson based on Edmond Dantes original story of The Count of Monte Cristo. Each part of the story is presented as Holmes and Watson discuss that clues are being given in the story being told. This method of presenting the story keeps the interest of the reader high with all the comments and observations by Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.The style of writing with all the small chapters with each part of the plot development sounds like it would chop the story up but they flow beautifully one into another. The story moves along quickly in an imaginative manner with Sherlock Holmes fans will love and the central character Edmond Dantes leads the story to first Albania, where he becomes a Sultan and then on to America with the purpose of eradicating slavery. The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes gives the new reader to the stories of the Count of Monte Cristo a fun and refreshing way to learn of this classic tale and fans who have read the original have the double pleasure to compare this new style and story presentation to the original story. I personally enjoyed the unique style of the presentation and hope others readers will also.

  • Lynda
    2019-05-10 08:14

    I received free from Goodreads First Reads the SE of "The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo". It took place in the 1800's beginning in Marseilles France. Edmond Dantes' tales began during the time of King Louis XV111 and Napoleon Bonaparte. Dantes was falsely accused of treason by friends. While imprisoned for 14 years, he used this time acquiring vast knowledge giving him advantages in his quest for revenge. His travels, wealth, keen ingenuity, and friendly demeanor encouraged this reader to follow him through countries and historical times salivating for more of his adventures. Sherlock's character developed gradually leaving the reader understanding how many of Dantes' abilities were absorbed by Sherlock. We learned Sherlock was a combination of many influential men in his life. His love of the violin, toxicology, investigative methods, isolation, and family dynamics were included within the pages. "The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo" covered books 1-3 with a sneak preview of book 4. Reading this book was captivating with a wide variety of characters, ingenuous ideas and plots; this reader was bombarded, in a good way, with constantly changing scenes and wonderment. There were moments of chuckles, especially with Countess G. The reading was a delight with short chapters clearly defined, concise writing, and a buildup flowing seamlessly through most of the book. There were a few typing and printing errors that most probably would not notice. Pages of land and sea adventures and shocking occurrences left this reader looking forward to book 4 with high expectations. An exciting book condensed and freshly adapted to ensnare the new readers. Well done!

  • Alexa
    2019-05-13 08:19

    I have enjoyed all of the holy ghost writers books. All fun, informative with a trusted and excellent imagination. But how far can this story teller go to keep the reader completely compelled and drawn into his world.Excellently is what I have found. The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (The Count of Monte Cristo)is a great piece of thrilling and intriguing writing. I could not put this book down, along with his other books it kept me thrilled and in suspense from start to finish. He has a way of capturing his audience with such intent that I find myself drawn to all his characters and stories.The plot in this new book is crazy, fun and very interesting with a hint of madness. The count heads to a plantation and introduces the characters of Huckleberry Fin and Sherlock Holmes. Weird and wonderful. What I would say is the best part of the book is the fact is that he has left the characters completely alone. There are no twists to his characters. They are how you would always want them to be. With lots of drama and fun you should enjoy his writing. Whoever he/she is writing these book, I will continue to read them as I find them thrilling and captivating. I literally do not put them down.I do suggest reading all of the instalments, not to 'catch up with the story telling but purely for the genius of his/her work.

  • Emma Wilden
    2019-05-08 05:23

    When Sherlock and the Count Come Together!This special edition of the `The Count of Monte Cristo' series really had me thrilled. It's a combination of `The Count of Monte Cristo', `The Sultan of Monte Cristo' and `The Sovereign Order of the Count of Monte Cristo' retold by Sherlock Holmes. A bow so low for the Holy Ghost Writer for writing such an amazing set of books! The excitement took me to a new high. People who have read `The Sultan of Monte Cristo' can surely relate to what I am saying.Sherlock Holmes retells the entire story of the Count of Monte Cristo to his beloved friend Dr Watson. Edmond, when he was a nineteen year old boy begins his journey on the land of Marseilles. He decides to marry Mercedes but fate has different plans and he is put into prison for 14 years. He escapes from the prison and rises as the `Count' and seeks vengeance against those who put him wrongly into prison. This is nothing but sheer creativity on the part of the HGW to be able to imagine the story of the Count from the point of view of Sherlock Holmes. No doubt it's the prequel to the `Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' by Sir Arthur Canon Doyle. Who would have expected two powerful characters like Sherlock and the Count to come together in a book? It's baffling.The story goes on seamlessly even after the writer has introduced some new characters. A must read for those who love the Dumas classic `The Count of Monte Cristo'. Enjoy this amazing collection of stories.

  • Trisha Smith
    2019-05-06 13:16

    And Holy Ghost Writer does it again! Another great work to captivate readers and entertain their minds and imaginations. I never cease to be amazed by the writing of HGW and the creativity in which the stories are told. What amazes me the most is the speed in which the works are released! The author is a master of writing to be able to spin such intriguing tales and crank them out as quickly as he does! It seems one is just made available for readers and another hits the market, keeping fans excited and happy with the ongoing adventures, suspense, and thrilling stories readers have fallen in love with. This latest compilation is another example of the mastery HGW is capable of demonstrating, taking the original work and retelling it in a unique way, then continuing the story with the next two books in the series. As with all of his writing, HGW draws the reader in to the story from the first paragraph, leaving them unable to put the book down until finished. Then upon finishing the story they are left wanting more because the characters, the plot, and the author’s unique style lives on in the reader’s mind. This is true talent, not something one can be taught in school. If you have not had the opportunity to read any of the books in the series this is the perfect purchase to make as it has everything collected in one compilation. Do yourself a favor and get this collection today. You won’t regret reading any of the works by this author!

  • Beth
    2019-05-15 11:08

    When I began this series of three novels I had only a passing familiarity with The Count of Monte Cristo and picked up the Kindle edition of the original for comparison. I ended up actually preferring the new retelling which comprises the first volume here. The clear and modern style was a huge improvement on the original.The first volume sets up the characters and environment, both of which are expanded throughout the second and third volumes.When beginning the second volume it does take a little while to switch gears and become accustomed to the new, and sometimes more exotic, directions the characters take. The skillful writing makes the transition quite enjoyable and seamless. The subsequent addition of historical figures just adds to the already excellent experience.The highlight of all three volumes is the Holmes and Watson interactions as Holmes narrates the stories. You can just picture them in their cozy Baker Street lodgings.The books become more enjoyable with each successive installment so it nice to have them all combined into a single edition so you can immediately jump right into the next volume without interruption.I highly recommend this excellent series!

  • Sitara
    2019-04-28 09:05

    Beautiful retelling of Dumas’ epic by Sherlock HolmesThis could be one of the best works of the ‘Holy Ghost Writer’. Imagination has reached mammoth proportions this time around. If you are Dumas and a Sherlock Holmes fan, this story is going to be two birds with one stone for you. The interesting narration by Holmes almost gives you a giddy high. The story starts of with how the innocent nineteen year old Dante’s embarks on the land of Marseilles and decides to wed Mercedes, both of them being on the throes of grand passion. But fate had other plans for them, thereby sending him to prison for fourteen years under a false charge of conspiracy. After his escape, his new found wealth not only fetches him the title of ‘Count’ but also helps him exact vengeance. You will learn some very gripping back stories and details of this insanely famous Count, all you could never have imagined before. And that we will have to undoubtedly owe to the vivid creativity of the author. This is surely going to be one-of-a-kind Dumas book siphoning you into the life of Edmond Dantes. And it is so utterly engaging. Definitely a fitting tribute to the Count of Monte Cristo!!

  • Isrin
    2019-05-15 07:09

    A clever mix of mystery, revenge, passion and closure.O Holy Ghost Writer! Who are you? You have created a history of sorts by coming out with ‘The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo: Newly Discovered Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Special Edition) (The Count of Monte Cristo)’ I have read the Monte Cristo series by The Holy Ghost but in spite of that …reading it again through the voice of Sherlock Holmes I found it more interesting and more intriguing. Avid readers know that the classic ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ by Alexander Dumas’ was compelling. But the sequels to the story written by the Holy Ghost are just as compelling. I loved every bit of Edmund Dantes journey of life as it began in the classic and continued in the Holy Ghost’s style with a clever mix of mystery, revenge and passion. This special edition is a treat as it bounds all the stories into one book. The story develops and promises to venture into unimaginable territories as in meeting a very important historical figure! Read it because it’s worth it.

  • Mary Weiss
    2019-04-28 12:58

    When I first read this I thought," Edmon Dantes as a plantation owner? You're kidding." But that is how the story begins. Dantes receives orders from a mysterious voice telling him to set up a plantation, so he packs up Mercedes and Haydee and off he goes. Soon he gets called back to France and someone wants revenge against him. Before he knows it, Dantes is in prison again, but this time he meets the illustrious Sherlock Holmes and gains the help of one of literature's best detectives. This also explains how Holmes knows the Count's story and is able to tell it to Watson in previous books.This is a nice follow up to the story of Edmon Dantes. I love how Holy Ghost Writer explores what could have happened to one of the world's most beloved, and classic, characters. It reads well and easily. You can read it quickly within a couple of hours. If you like the story of Edmond Dantes, you'll like this book.

  • Beth
    2019-05-11 09:18

    I've been reading my way through this series and I have to say that this third installment is my favorite so far. I love how the author seamlessly combines new characters with beloved favorites as well as historical figures to create endless new intriguing adventures!The original characters are taken in new directions but continue to be true to their creators. I feel confident they would be intrigued by the new directions their creations are taking.This volume, along with the previous ones, is skillfully written and presents a genuinely enjoyable reading experience. I especially love the interactions between Holmes and Watson as Holmes narrates the story.This excellent blend of fiction and history should provide a thoroughly delightful experience and I highly recommend it. I am looking forward to starting the next in the series!

  • Jen Moore
    2019-04-27 05:00

    This combination of “The Count of Monte Cristo as Retold by Sherlock Holmes,” “The Sultan of Monte Cristo,” and “The Sovereign Order of the Count of Monte Cristo” is wonderful for the enjoyment of a smooth flow through the Holy Ghost Writers creative stories involving Dantes and his adventures. It may look dauntingly lengthy at first, but the reading is easy and enjoyable. The adventures span continents and constantly bring in intriguing new twists. From the fun re-tell of The Count of Monte Cristo (by Sherlock Holmes) to Dantes’ adventures across the desert as a sultan and on to the new America the story is constantly evolving and developing new surprises. If you plan to be reading the entire run of series by the Holy Ghost Writer then this is definitely the version for you. You have a continuous story without the breaks and ending one book to start the next.

  • Distant Echo
    2019-05-19 06:57

    A Ride To Mystery WorldThe "holy ghost writer" should be a unique person, whoever he / she is, this individual has immense talent of story writing. The "Sovereign order of Monte Cristo" is one example of the author's writing skills. The story was told through the voice of Sherlock Holmes. This new version of Monte Cristo series may not be a match of the old Classic of Dumas, but certainly Holy Ghost Writer had managed to bring in a uniqueness in his work. It is not a completely adapted version of the old book, Holy ghost writer had filled the story with equal amount of fantasy, adventure, thrill and all required elements to make one glued to the book.I felt reading the book again and again as it gives new kind of feeling every time, I read. In short, one is sure to get fun filled experience while reading the book. I suggest this book to all adventure and fantasy loving people.

  • Jen Moore
    2019-04-29 08:08

    As the Holy Ghost Writer’s story of Dante continues, new twists and turns continue to take the reader through an adventure. This part of the story goes across continents, carrying on with Dantes’ life and some of his descendents. The story is not to be analyzed or criticized too carefully, as certain events or characters are a bit of a stretch (the involvement of Huckleberry Finn, some of Dantes’ inventions, and his new suave, slightly womanizing demeanor). Instead, appreciate the wonderful imaginative qualities of where the author takes the story. Seeing how he/she has the vision to intertwine such familiar facets as slavery, southern plantations, Yale, and Skull and Bones society with beloved fictional characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Dantes leaves the reader intrigued throughout the entire book. It certainly leaves me intrigued for what will come next!

  • Tracy Whitney
    2019-04-20 10:07

    Exceeding ExpectationsJust like what the book promises to be, it definitely proves to be a great read. Boldness, mystery, twists and connectivity to all the characters, the book is worth reading more than just once. Raymee has already been introduced to us as a bold woman in the previous book, this one goes further to prove her audacity even with the king. Dantes trips have been elaborated in this book and this is a treat for the readers. Worship and divinity have been highlighted. His trip to America and the way he deals with the slaves, his Paris trip, his contact with Sherlock Holmes, everything has been interlinked too well.If the previous book was great, this book is definitely even better.

  • Dale Mcgready
    2019-05-02 10:57

    This book is actually three in one which retells the entire story of the Count of Monte Cristo as he is imprisoned to his escape and his search for revenge; all told by Sherlock Holmes to the faithful Dr. Watson. It is very well written. I have read the original Count of Monte Cristo and it took me over a year to read it. This is far easier to get through. It does not skimp at all on the story, but has a few extras that he author has put in. There are clues throughout the book about the author''s identity. Though I will probably not participate in the contest as I am not very good at solving such things. I do like how the author breaks up the story of Edmond Dantes with Holmes talking over the clues with Watson. Very well done and one of my favorite retellings.

  • Dini
    2019-05-09 05:56

    To my delight, the book was neither painfully long nor disappointingly short. Classic novels mostly put me off due to its massiveness and the complicated language which makes the story boring. But I found this book quite interesting and it was a real page turnover. The new characters and incidents are well created and linked with the original characters without losing their identity. The writing style matches with the original as well, it had the touch of the classic literature language but same time it was easy to absorb and picture the incidents which was set upon in ancient times.The book is really a successful attempt by the author to give something new from a renowned and beloved classic.

  • Lemesle Anne-sophie
    2019-05-20 08:03

    My first impression was... wait a minute... this is going a little too far... too many twists... The Count of Monte Cristo also now Sultan of Albania becomes a plantation owner in the US and abolish slavery.However the dynamism of the story and the characters involved keep you fascinated and captivated. And the suspense leads you to the end quickly.So my conclusion is lets see what's coming next!

  • Brandon
    2019-04-24 06:22

    Rating: 9.0/10.0Review: Holy Ghost Writer does it again. I'm a fan of this author's books, and cannot wait for more of his/her work. This book is the third of it's kind and I wasn't disappointed. The new twist to Monte Cristo is definitely a fun favorite of mine, and I enjoy every aspect of the author's imagination. I'd recommend this book to any Sherlock Holmes fan with a twist of imagination!Reviewed by IABookReviews.com