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Mouthcrab

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Age: 15
From: USA

  28.04.2013 at 18:53
A novel, movie, and musical. "A compassionate view of the victims of early nineteenth-century French society."

I've recently started reading the novel, and have never seen the musical or movie.
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Thrashette

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Age: 23
From: Canada

  01.05.2013 at 02:09
If you've just started the novel, I shall be careful not to include spoilers. I've watched the movie. I was skeptical that it would be one of those things where they chose acting ability and reputation over singing talent, but most of the cast pleasantly surprised me. I could've done without hearing Russell Crowe sing though. I haven't read the novel so I'm not aware of what scenes they left out. I haven't seen the musical either but I think it'd be interesting.
Azarath

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Age: 31
From: Finland

  06.05.2013 at 02:02
I read the novel over 10 years ago for a school project, and I seem to remember it was very good indeed. I haven't seen any of the movies or the musical.

I'm very fond of the Scrooge McDuck adaptation though. It was one of the reasons why I wanted to read the book in the first place.
scapeplan
Mouthcrab

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Age: 15
From: USA

  21.05.2013 at 23:36
I've gotten through a bit more than halfway through the novel now. To think that it only took me three weeks to get this far! ^_^
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"Without judgement, perception would increase a million times."~Chuck Schuldiner

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Xnoybis
Duke Nukem

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Age: 42
From: Paraguay

  22.05.2013 at 06:23
Been listening to it on Audible, enjoying it, but the book on tape...er...mp3 is something like 56 hours long.
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Ellrohir
Heaven Knight

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Age: 26
From: Czech Republic

  22.05.2013 at 13:43
I saw the french TV series with Gerald Depardieu and John Malkovich...but i had kinda forgotten the plot, because it was quite a long time ago
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The bones of beasts and the bones of kings
Become dust in the wake of the hymn
Mighty kingdoms rise, but they all will fall
No more than a breath on the wind


scapeplan
Mouthcrab

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Age: 15
From: USA

  09.06.2013 at 18:21
...And finished.
Shit was so cash.
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"Without judgement, perception would increase a million times."~Chuck Schuldiner

Less coherent than Anal Cunt.

Eric Brecht once liked my Facebook comment. Therefore, by the translative property, Chuck Schuldiner like my comment.
EnterDeath24601
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  26.08.2014 at 07:25
I have not read the book (though I intend to eventually) but I have seen both of the movies and am familiar with the musical, which I have not seen live.

For the past month or so, I have been obsessed with its soundtrack. My favorite songs would be "One Day More" (I love how it features most of the main cast), "On My Own," and "Do You Hear the People Sing?" although the whole thing is just great in my opinion. To me, the story is just so wonderful and I love a great many of the characters, my favorites being Enjolras, Éponine, and Javert.

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