Ten Years Later

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(3.7 stars; 128 reviews)

After The Three Muskateers and Twenty Years After the adventurous story of Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D'Artagnan continues!

The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later (French: Le Vicomte de Bragelonne ou Dix ans plus tard) is the last of the Musketeer novels. It is usually divided into four volumes and this second volume contains chapters 76-140. (Summary by Diana Majlinger) (19 hr 47 min)


01 - In which D'Artagnan finishes by at Length placing his Hand upon his Captai… 14:09 Read by Tora
02 - A Lover and His Mistress 11:25 Read by Tora
03 - In Which We at Length See the True Heroine of this History 13:56 Read by Tora
04 - Malicorne and Manicamp 11:02 Read by Tora
05 - Manicamp and Malicorne 12:28 Read by Tora
06 - The Courtyard of the Hotel Grammont 15:36 Read by Tora
07 - The Portrait of Madame 13:46 Read by Tora
08 - Le Havre 9:35 Read by Tora
09 - At Sea 13:55 Read by Tora
10 - The Tents 23:14 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
11 - Night 12:14 Read by Nolan Fout
12 - From Le Havre to Paris 24:36 Read by Phil Griffiths
13 - An Account of what the Chevalier de Lorraine Thought of Madame 23:50 Read by Phil Griffiths
14 - A Surprise for Raoul 23:59 Read by Phil Griffiths
15 - The Consent of Athos 11:58 Read by Phil Griffiths
16 - Monsieur Becomes Jealous of the Duke of Buckingham 23:53 Read by Phil Griffiths
17 - Forever! 16:22 Read by Phil Griffiths
18 - King Louis XIV. does not think Mademoiselle de la Valliere either rich eno… 17:49 Read by Phil Griffiths
19 - Sword-Thrusts in the Water 20:35 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
20 - Sword-Thrusts in the Water (concluded) 16:23 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
21 - Baisemeaux de Montlezun 19:11 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
22 - The King's Card-Table 22:56 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
23 - M. Baisemeaux de Montlezun's Accounts 23:14 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
24 - The Breakfast at Monsieur de Baisemeaux's 13:52 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
25 - The Second Floor of la Bertaudiere 18:12 Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan
26 - The Two Friends 21:08 Read by Prachi Pendse
27 - Madame de Belliere's Plate 11:21 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
28 - The Dowry 22:02 Read by Filippo Gioachin
29 - Le Terrain de Dieu 23:56 Read by Filippo Gioachin
30 - Threefold Love 10:41 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
31 - M. de Lorraine's Jealousy 15:23 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
32 - Monsieur is Jealous of Guiche 16:55 Read by Emily Feuka
33 - The Mediator 18:56 Read by Emily Feuka
34 - The Advisers 26:57 Read by Emily Feuka
35 - Fontainebleau 10:33 Read by ToddHW
36 - The Bath 7:50 Read by ToddHW
37 - The Butterfly-Chase 8:24 Read by ToddHW
38 - What Was Caught after the Butterflies 21:20 Read by Bill Kneeland
39 - The Ballet of the Seasons 17:09 Read by Bill Kneeland
40 - The Nymphs of the Park of Fontainebleau 20:38 Read by Bill Kneeland
41 - What Was Said under the Royal Oak 20:32 Read by ToddHW
42 - The King's Uneasiness 8:58 Read by ToddHW
43 - The King's Secret 17:22 Read by ToddHW
44 - Courses de Nuit 16:07 Read by ToddHW
45 - In Which Madame Acquires a Proof that Listeners Hear What Is Said 15:01 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
46 - Aramis's Correspondence 19:28 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
47 - The Orderly Clerk 18:39 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
48 - Fontainebleau at Two o'Clock in the Morning 15:42 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
49 - The Labyrinth 16:18 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
50 - How Malicorne Had Been Turned Out of the Hotel of the Beau Paon 14:53 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
51 - What Actually Occurred at the Inn Called the Beau Paon 25:15 Read by Iolo Jones
52 - A Jesuit of the Eleventh Year 14:14 Read by Iolo Jones
53 - The State Secret 29:13 Read by Iolo Jones
54 - A Mission 23:38 Read by Iolo Jones
55 - Happy as a Prince 41:49 Read by Prachi Pendse
56 - Story of a Dryad and a Naiad 27:40 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
57 - Conclusion of the Story of a Naiad and of a Dryad 20:50 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
58 - Royal Psychology 20:20 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
59 - Something That neither Naiad nor Dryad Foresaw 17:55 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
60 - The New General of the Jesuits 19:38 Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
61 - The Storm 24:24 Read by John Kooz
62 - The Shower of Rain 33:04 Read by John Kooz
63 - Toby 15:50 Read by ToddHW
64 - Madame's Four Chances 13:02 Read by ToddHW
65 - The Lottery 16:11 Read by ToddHW


its ok.

(3 stars)

filler. this whole volume feels like the author needed a paycheck so he kept writing despite not having anything worthwhile to write about. the only thing of interest is that Arimus becomes the Secret ruler of the world. 80% of the readers were good. the other 20% suffered from voices or sound quality so poor or quite i was literally hurting my ears having the volume up so high to try and distinguish what they were saying. oddly there was a reader that sounded like a 12 year old girl and did a horriable job. three musketeers was great. twenty years later was good, it has an evil cardinal like the original book and felt the same but different. the vicomte de bragelone asks the question "what if they went to england." and was also enjoyable but not nearly as much as the first two. this volume has 3 good chapters at most and Colbert feels like a much under used and easily outtricked "genius". i look forward to finishing the d'artagnan romances but I understand why only the three musketeers is famous.

verry poor reading of some

(2 stars)

I read the book after listening to the reading of this book being so bad. I don't understand why people volunteer when they read to fast or have a bad accent or totally mispronounce every name. not to be disrespectful but this is such an excellent book that it is a shame that it is done so poorly,. there were some verry good readers but because it changes so much it doesn't crank up the quality. sorry to be so harsh but I just want to be honest so that people who are interested don't waste there time and let this reading ruin their experience of Alexandre Dumas. If you read this review, I recommend that you just read the book. or at least read the chapters that are read poorly ( especially the first ones)

(2 stars)

This is my first review, and I'm sorry I can't leave a better one. I have listened to dozens of books on Libravox, and this is second worst only to one I couldn't finish. Readers have attempted voices that were barely tolerable, and many struggled to pronounce the names. The strained voice and vocal fry of one was too painful to hear through earbuds, while another had such a staccato way of reading that not only were words stressed on the wrong syllable, but sometimes it seemed as if words continued between sentences. I found the young reader to be clear, and all other readers were easy to listen to. There were chapters with poor sound quality, but I found them understandable. This is a story of court intrigue, but with little suspense and little action. I have yet to read the next book, and hope that there was something in this one that furthers that story, so this time hasn't been a complete loss.

Good but not great

(4.5 stars)

The book was very good except there were points where it was very hard to follow the story because it was so off on tangents. The foursome is not evident. But the court drama is real. I can, however, begin to see how The man in the iron mask is going to link into the story. There was one incredible chapter where Aramis foretells what's going to happen without actually saying it. I can't wait to see how this finishes.

somewhat boring filler

(2.5 stars)

there are 4 books in this series. the first victome de bragelone (spelling?) was very exciting in the beginning then turned dull as it segued into this book. there were some good parts but for me it seems like filler. readers were ok...some good, most hard to listen to and the different readers frequently pronounce the names differently which makes it hard to follow.

Not the best in the series

(2 stars)

The story itself degenerated into pointless rambling & the mispronounced words along with some really awful voice characterizations made this a chore to listen to. In fact I actually skipped several chapters because the character voices were just too painful to endure. Would recommend that readers use their natural voices rather than attempting character voices. Absolute relief when this was concluded.

horrible readers but great book

(1 stars)

Do yourselves a favor by not listening to this and read the book yourself. I believe this is the most horrendous readers they have had in any of these books. I had to jump over some of them just to continue with it.

(3 stars)

a bit difficult to understand at times. acoustics were bad with some readers, when the author switched between character's various names and titles it was difficult to trach which characters were involved. The ending was left hanging. there didn't feel like there was a conclusion.