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The Adventures of Odysseus is the story of what happened after the Trojan War when Odysseus, the most cunning of all the Greek heroes, left Troy and made his way back home to his wife Penelope and his son Telemachus. It was first told by a poet named Homer nearly 3,000 years ago and is retold in this new version especially for younger listeners.

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©1997 NAXOS AudioBooks Ltd. (P)1997 NAXOS AudioBooks Ltd.

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  • reggie p
  • 2004-03-26

Another Fun Greek Tale

I have really enjoyed these Greek tales by Benedict Flynn. Benjamin Soames does a great job with the narration too. They are relatively short but long enough to get the point across. This series was probably written for young adults but more mature readers will have fun with them too. Read The Tale of Troy first to get the necessary background for this one.

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  • Kelly
  • 2008-11-30

Fun Adventure

This children's version of Homer's tale is well written and sure to entertain. The narration is adequate wtih a few minor glitches.