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Here you will find the complete novels of Mark Twain:

  1. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Starts at Chapter 1,
  2. The Prince and the Pauper Starts at Chapter 37,
  3. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Starts at Chapter 70,
  4. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Starts at Chapter 113,
  5. The American Claimant Starts at Chapter 158,
  6. Tom Sawyer Abroad Starts at Chapter 184,
  7. Pudd'nhead Wilson Starts at Chapter 197,
  8. Tom Sawyer, Detective Starts at Chapter 219,
  9. A Horse's Tale Starts at Chapter 230,
  10. The Mysterious Stranger Starts at Chapter 245,
  11. The War Prayer Starts at Chapter 256,
  12. The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras Starts at Chapter 257,
  13. The Million Pound Bank Note Starts at Chapter 258,
  14. Hunting the Deceitful Turkey Starts at Chapter 260,
  15. The McWilliamses and the Burglar Alarm Starts at Chapter 261.
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  • Tom
  • 2020-01-18

can't beat the price

great price, decent Southern accents, not much variety in voice change between characters besides accent.

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  • Sam
  • 2021-02-15

really good

Geat performance by the narrator all, in all good work to cover all those novels. it did feel like unrelenting entertainment. I especially liked the mysterious stranger

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Mark Twain - Tom Sawyer

The narrator is not reading in the accent of the south. It sounds ridiculous - stilted and fake. It doesn’t do the literature justice.

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  • brian deis
  • 2020-01-09

Content; GREAT! Performance.. .not so much😁

Not terrible...but, close.😁
The narrator doesn't know the language. Hopefully, there's something on Audible, covering the "range" of work, contained herein, performed adequately. Disappointing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-08-31

Complete Works of Mark Twain

I tried several times to listen and could not understand the story. The reader was also quite mono-tone which did not help the story at all. I have no desire to try listening again. It was a waste of my first credit.

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  • Brian
  • 2020-09-07

Don't buy this version.

Lee Howard it terrible. He has no acting ability. Every character sounds exactly like every other character.

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  • Dan
  • 2020-08-19

Waste.

The narration is stiff and stilted, unbelievably dry and without inflection, pause, characterization, or emotion. It does a real disservice to the source material.

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  • Jeff
  • 2020-05-02

Unexpectedly Entertaining

I just have to say the burgler alarm story in chapter 42 is alone worth the money I have listen to that story 42 times and find it simply some of the best use of the English language and simply the best poetically writing i habe ever had the pleasure of reading and hearing. Narrator choice of words was superfluous the whole Book
was Heterogeneous! I loved it

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  • Anon
  • 2020-12-28

Way to end this collection!

Mr. Clemens loved making witty characters. My favorite story was The Mysterious Stranger! The most intelligent human character of all these novels was clearly Hank Morgan. There were plenty of dummies too! What a great ending to 2020!

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  • Lyn
  • 2020-08-17

Great stories but...

I wish the narrator would do the voices. Its hard to know who's talking when there is no difference in tone or voice or character

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  • Rico Bee
  • 2020-07-07

Big commitment to listen to it all but worth it.

so delightful to hear all the stories I never finished in school. The narrator is excellent and made it worth the commitment to finish the whole 58 hours.

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