The tennis balls heaven by Stephen Fry
Description: Ned Maddstoun – minion of fortune. He is handsome, smart, rich, and even noble. He has a loving father and girlfriend. But he also has enemies. And one day an evil shkolyarskaya joke turns life of Ned, deprives him of all: freedom, love, father of state. From now on, instead of all this from him – madness and a fierce desire for revenge.
“Tennis balls of heaven” – is a sophisticated parody, and arranged with a modern twist “Count of Monte Cristo,” a funny, energetic and intelligent book, worthy of the original. Stephen Fry does not exploit the famous novel by Dumas, but fills it with new meanings and nuances, managing to add excitement. This sort of “adult” version of Monte Cristo, “a real gift for all those who in childhood, with bated breath, turning over the pages of a book by Dumas.