Who says that
you can't have it all? Adventure, romance, science fiction,
fantasy, horror and fine literature? Infinite variety - that is
what you find here. Classic Literature has never been presented so
approachably. You will savor the chills from Edgar Allan Poe, then
smilingly shake your head as a man dupes an entire town. You will
hear how Sherlock Holmes solves a case for Bohemian nobility, then
marvel as a man destroys his life over a piece of string.
Whether it be witchdoctors battling each other with lightening, a
mad tea party, or a country composed of blind people, each title is
guaranteed to bring you closer to the great minds who shaped the
world around us with their glorious words. Each tale is complete
and unabridged. Running time is over 39 hours!
Palace, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
A Slip Under the Microscope, by H.G. Wells
Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll
The Secret Garden- A Father Brown Mystery, by G.K.
Bartleby, the Scrivener, by Herman Melville
Ligeia, by Edgar Allan Poe
The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg, by Mark Twain
A Scandal in Bohemia, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Piece of String, by Guy de Maupassant
A Vine On A House, by Ambrose Bierce
Markheim, by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Kiss, by Anton Chekhov
Paul's Case, by Willa Cather
The Murders in the Rue Morgue, by Edgar Allan Poe
The Ghost in the Mill, by Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Minister's Black Veil, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Country of the Blind, by H.G. Wells
The Battle of the Witchdoctors, by H. Rider Haggard
Wrestling an Alligator, by Mr. Warburton
Spiderama, by W.H. Hudson
Ravaged by a Lion, by Rev. Dr. David Livingstone
The Bottle Imp, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
The Unexpected, by Jack London
A Case of Identity, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Man Who Disliked Cats, by P.G. Wodehouse
Lot No. 249, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Oh Whistle, and I'll Come To You My Lad, by M.R.
Olalla, by Robert Louis Stevenson
A Diamond As Big As The Ritz, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Duplicity of Hargraves, by O. Henry
A Cricket on the Hearth, by Charles Dickens
The Music of Erich Zann, by H.P. Lovecraft
total. Running Time: 39 hours, 30 min
Quality in every feature
From Nicola Cataldo of Framingham, Massachusetts on 2/1/2017.
The Frankenstein series is a great example of the unequaled quality of these audio books. For a single narrator to be able to consistently and vividly find the right voice for each character is mind-boggling. Brings it all to life. The technical audio quality is also perfect and that the content is such classic literature is yet another choice feature. I listen to something from the Classic Tales Podcast every single day. They are my escape, my relaxation and my pleasure.
If you have 1 and 2, you need 3!
From Sean Schluntz of San Ramon, California on 1/27/2015.
The third set of great stories. The series has always had the feel of a professional project and the third season is no different. If you've listened to these through the podcast or are just downloading them now it's a great set to have. The only thing that would make this better is if the multi-part recordings were merged into a one file for each story.
Classic Tales Podcast season 3
From Teresa Henshaw of Sydney, Australia on 1/30/2014.
Excellent productions. Have listened to these through iTunes and just had to have them in my library.
From Todd of Spanish Fork, Utah on 1/25/2013.
There are a lot of stories for the money; it’s a good deal. My boy wanted to listen to Frankenstein while reading along; that's the reason I got the series, but there are so many good stories, and the narrator does a great job.
The Classic Tales Season Three
From Sarah Carpenter of Wylie, Texas on 9/13/2012.
As always, The Classic Tales delivers quality storytelling at an affordable price. My three boys (10, 9, & 7) are learning to love books they would otherwise never read. B.J. has always responded to my questions and addressed requests promptly. We are fans for life!
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