Everyone and everything has a beginning and an end. That includes The Three Musketeers. As a prequel to Alexandré Dumas’ “The Three Musketeers” this story follows Porthos, the friendly giant, on his journey to obtain the tunic of a musketeer. In the course of his quest, he inadvertently comes across two unlikely men, whom he befriends and thus the three of them become Frances’ most historical three.
One of the qualifications to become a musketeer is go on a campaign or do something of worth. With brawn and with his companions by his side, he does.
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Published April 4, 2013
History, Literature & Fiction.