Read by David Wales

(4.1 stars; 49 reviews)

A 1919 pulp-press tale of deepest darkest Africa. - Summary by david wales (2 hr 41 min)


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(5 stars)

Well read. Fast paced story with the horror of voodoo influenced plot with a relentless pace of fear. Classic horror story. Thanks!


(5 stars)

The story was interesting. The narrator was excellent. Just the right amount of emphasis for this type of story. Thank you.

(5 stars)

Another enjoyable narration by David Wales. Thanks to all at Librivox!

(3 stars)

Rote pulp fiction at it’s best, both for it’s time, and yet timeless. Especially, considering that even in the “21’s” century, the presence of the practice of “trafficking” in slavery of fellow human beings continues, at levels equal in numbers, to any previously known in historical numbers. It’s denial of known facts that masks the practice going forward today in the guise of the “Politically Correct” smoke screen of “Plausible Deniable Accoutabilities” . A point much favored by the P/C Elite in current political/socio-economic “Power”, better known in modern parlance ass-speak as “The 1%’ers” .

good old fashioned adventure

(4 stars)

This a is fine jungle yarn and kept my interest throughout. The narration was fine, although not brilliant. Murray Leinster is a great old pulp fiction writer. I want to listen to more of his books and stories.

A good story.

(4 stars)

A lot different then M L"s usual science fiction stories, but entertaining nonetheless.


(4.5 stars)

Good book! A bit different for mr Leinster.

Worst monotone reading EVER

(1.5 stars)

Absolutely horrid "reading" of this well written story. Its unfortunate because I'm trying to enjoy the story but I am feeling actual anger at the narrator. He sounds exactly like the computer from the movie "War Games" from the eighties! It's obvious that the previous rater did not listen to this recording! I'm truly amazed at how this narration was accepted. I'm left wondering if these books are verified afterward. And again, I apologize to the writer, because it really is a wonderfully written story.