To London Town

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(4.2 stars; 8 reviews)

Written to complement Tales of Mean Streets and A Child of the Jago, and the final book in the trilogy, To London Town examines the mean streets and tough lives of the inhabitants of the East End of London. The novel described in graphic detail living conditions in the East End, including the permeation of violence into everyday life. (7 hr 1 min)


I 29:05 Read by KevinS
II 16:11 Read by John
III 9:29 Read by nighthawks
IV 8:20 Read by Graynz
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VI 11:28 Read by AlosLovecraft
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VIII 10:57 Read by nighthawks
IX 15:53 Read by John Wanamaker
X 14:17 Read by John Wanamaker
XI 12:52 Read by John Wanamaker
XII 17:33 Read by John Wanamaker
XIII 11:22 Read by John
XIV 18:32 Read by Graynz
XV 16:12 Read by John
XVI 13:32 Read by John
XVII 11:19 Read by nighthawks
XVIII 5:12 Read by John
XIX 15:25 Read by Kathleen Moore
XX 10:09 Read by Kathleen Moore
XXI 9:32 Read by Kathleen Moore
XXII 8:58 Read by Kathleen Moore
XXIII 19:20 Read by Kathleen Moore
XXIV 11:22 Read by Kathleen Moore
XXV 7:28 Read by John
XXVI 8:09 Read by John
XXVII 16:52 Read by Matthew Tink
XXVIII 16:57 Read by John
XXIX 7:47 Read by John
XXX 5:04 Read by John
XXXI 7:28 Read by John
XXXII 10:29 Read by John
XXXIII 8:06 Read by John
XXXIV 4:59 Read by nighthawks
XXXV 5:15 Read by nighthawks
XXXVI 11:40 Read by nighthawks


To London Town

(2.5 stars)

Unfortunately I was unable to finish this book. It was going along quite nicely until Chapter 19 when the reader changed and the following few chapters were delivered in a monotone way I could not listen to. I have decided to track down the book and read it myself. Such a shame as the other readers were generally good. - Chriso.