The Tale of Three Lions

Read by Kristine Bekere

(4 stars; 65 reviews)

Taking place in the heart of Africa, “The Tale of Three Lions” is one more thrilling adventure from the eventful life of old hunter Quatermain, the famous hero of “King Solomons Mines”. This time, though there are no bloodthirsty people for the old hunter to deal with, the dangers are no less. He has to face the mighty and fierce King of Animals – the Lion. (Summary by Kristine Bekere)

(1 hr 13 min)


1 - The interest on ten shillings 22:02 Read by Kristine Bekere
2 - What was found in the pool 23:21 Read by Kristine Bekere
3 - Jim-Jim is avenged 28:27 Read by Kristine Bekere


(5 stars)

Another good Haggard read, wish it had been longer... As for the reader I thoroughly enjoyed her accent which gave an exotic air to the story that fit perfectly with it. Perhaps her critics lack the sophistication and experience to frely understand an unfamiliar accent. I hope their vicious commentary doesn't deter this reader from volunteering.

Haggard Fan

(3 stars)

nice short story, wish it was longer however. Only complaint was the reader... she should be drawn and quartered for her abominable work. if you can't speak properly, dont volunteer!

The Tale of Three Lions

(4 stars)

Another good tale from deepest, darkest Africa. At 3 chapters a bit short but still full of what to expect from our hunter AQ.

Good short story

(3.5 stars)

The reader's accent though charming made it very difficult to understand her, otherwise I would have given it 5 stars.

The Tale of Three Lions

(3.5 stars)

It was an ok read,, but I much prefer a longer book. I'm also a big cat lover.

(4 stars)

for non-native English speaker, very clearly enunciated. it was easy to follow even with the strong accent.

Absolutely awful reader! She cannot pronounce even the simplest of words, and …

(0.5 stars)

this reader has ruined a few good books.

(1 stars)