[In] Lillie Lainoff’s One for All, the story of 16-year-old Tania de Batz … suffers from constant dizziness and a murdered father. One of these things has an evident solution, and young Tania whisks herself off to Paris where she discovers that the finishing school her father wished her to attend is actually a secret Musketeer training school. Huzzah! She can sword-fight her way to justice!
Lainoff’s invigorated retelling of Dumas’s classic tale of sword-wielding scene-stealers is a charming read, made all the more delightful by the presence of Tania, who must overcome years of self-doubt and her own physical handicap in order to become a Musketeer. One for All strives to really embody the core truth of that rallying cry. Recommended.
— A Good Book, Sumner, WA