The Last of the Mohicans - A Narrative of 1757 (version 2)

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(3.6 stars; 56 reviews)

This story is set in the British province of New York during the French and Indian War, and concerns a Huron massacre (with passive French acquiescence) of from 500 to 1,500 unarmed Anglo-American troops, who had honorably surrendered at Fort William Henry, plus some women and servants; the kidnapping of two sisters, daughters of the British commander; and their rescue by Hawkeye, the last two Mohicans, and others. Parts of the story may have been derived from the capture and death of Jane McCrea in July 1777 near Fort Edward, New York, by members of an Algonquian tribe. (Summary from Wikipedia) (15 hr 24 min)


Introduction 10:44 Read by Robin Cotter
Chapter 01 25:44 Read by Esther
Chapter 02 19:03 Read by Julie Bynum
Chapter 03 22:21 Read by Janice
Chapter 04 17:24 Read by Thomas Wells
Chapter 05 21:05 Read by Julie Bynum
Chapter 06 26:52 Read by Julie Bynum
Chapter 07 24:12 Read by Julie Bynum
Chapter 08 26:17 Read by Ana Simão
Chapter 09 22:15 Read by Daryl_S
Chapter 10 28:25 Read by Graeme Jolliffe
Chapter 11 31:09 Read by Ana Simão
Chapter 12 37:30 Read by Ana Simão
Chapter 13 29:32 Read by Ana Simão
Chapter 14 33:06 Read by hefyd
Chapter 15 27:23 Read by hefyd
Chapter 16 27:50 Read by hefyd
Chapter 17 36:13 Read by hefyd
Chapter 18 29:08 Read by Eric Wisdahl
Chapter 19 29:35 Read by Barbara Pfaff
Chapter 20 29:59 Read by Eric Wisdahl
Chapter 21 25:06 Read by number6
Chapter 22 25:35 Read by Marian Brown
Chapter 23 32:37 Read by Michael Loftus
Chapter 24 31:55 Read by Ann Boyer
Chapter 25 32:34 Read by Eric Wisdahl
Chapter 26 22:42 Read by number6
Chapter 27 29:41 Read by Igor Teaforay
Chapter 28 26:10 Read by Ann Boyer
Chapter 29 33:26 Read by Ann Boyer
Chapter 30 25:36 Read by Melissa
Chapter 31 20:29 Read by R. S. Steinberg
Chapter 32 29:43 Read by Shauna M
Chapter 33 32:56 Read by Eric Wisdahl


(1 stars)

I agree with another reviewer. If English is not your first language please, don’t volunteer to read a book like this! The prose of early 19th century is already challenging enough to follow for some of us. Heavy accents of readers made it necessary for me to switch to the other choice of the book, which I then enjoyed! .

(3.5 stars)

this classic story is wordy, as was the style that was common in the time period it was written. I enjoyed it but, some of the narrations were difficult to understand. one was too quiet, the others had extremely thick accents, making the already descriptive and extensive writing more difficult to understand. this was a volunteer read audio book, and it was free, but I just wish I didn't have to try too hard to pick out what they were saying. it took away from the book a little. still a classic and I did still enjoy it.

(2 stars)

Worth listening to if you’re sitting doing nothing during the chapters read by ESL readers or recorded with a 2003 Nokia. But that defeats the point of an audiobook. I gave two stars because some of the readers are really quite good, but either skip it or, if you’re trying to go through all the Leatherstocking tales, just pick up a physical copy.

(3 stars)

Some of the volunteer readers were hard to understand while a couple were almost unintelligible. I enjoy the book, in fact have read it several times. I was therefore very disappointed in the quality of the reading.

(1.5 stars)

Some chapters were unintelligible, a beautiful accent is pleasant but when it comes to some of the volunteers in this book it was difficult if not impossible to understand what they were reading.

(5 stars)

it was a great book and I enjoyed it. probably would have enjoyed it more if I could have understood some of the readers.


(3.5 stars)

the story and historical details were very good and truthful. But had to adjust to so many readers. It is still worth reading.

(4 stars)

could not understand some of readers spoilt a great book