Sons of Fire


Read by Jim Locke

(3.1 stars; 9 reviews)

"He was a stranger in Matcham, a 'foreigner' as the villagers called such alien visitors. He had never been in the village before, knew nothing of its inhabitants or its surroundings, its customs, ways, local prejudices, produce, trade, scandals, hates, loves, subserviencies, gods, or devils , and yet henceforward he was to be closely allied with Matcham, for a certain bachelor uncle had lately died and left him a small estate within a mile of the village." (13 hr 44 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 24:31 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 2 14:32 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 3 38:25 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 4 38:08 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 5 12:40 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 6 29:16 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 7 34:02 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 8 39:34 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 9 14:01 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 10 20:57 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 11 18:58 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 12 20:22 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 13 16:13 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 14 21:53 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 15 18:47 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 16 16:59 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 17 8:17 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 18 42:48 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 19 37:57 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 20 36:51 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 21 18:59 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 22 17:43 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 23 13:53 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 24 19:50 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 25 10:48 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 26 13:19 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 27 26:00 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 28 29:51 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 29 22:44 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 30 23:03 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 31 15:11 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 32 11:30 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 33 10:57 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 34 17:37 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 35 28:27 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 36 13:19 Read by Jim Locke
Chapter 37 26:29 Read by Jim Locke

Reviews

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(2 stars)

First things first...thank you for you hard work. With all due respect, I find your narrative style trying...and you are choosing books of fiction that are highly valued and extremely popular Please vary your narrative choices instead of concentrating on fiction with the highest member value. Share the fiction field with others. Leave some of these books for other narrators if you would.

impossible to listen to

(1.5 stars)

I gave up after two chapters. The reader’s dull, monotonous, lifeless tone was tough to keep listening to. It’s sad because I’m sure he put a lot of time and effort into the project.

Music, passion, envy, illness, Africa, secrets,

(3.5 stars)

Two wealthy young men, very different in talents and temperament, fall hopelessly in love with the same beautiful, kind, and self-assured young woman, also from a prominent family. Family secrets from the past color the lives of their relationships. A long trip to Africa is magnificently detailed, the emotional effect of classical music on several characters is fascinating, and madness plays a part in the story as well. Great character development of the members of all three families.