God's Country—And the Woman


Read by Esther

(4.4 stars; 52 reviews)

James Curwood wrote many adventures of the far north. By 1909 he had saved enough money to travel to the Canadian northwest, a trip that provided the inspiration for his wilderness adventure stories. The success of his novels afforded him the opportunity to return to the Yukon and Alaska for several months each year, which allowed him to write more than thirty such books.

The Canadian North is often referred to as "God's Country"

God’s Country is a tale of adventure, mystery and romance! (7 hr 10 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 13:35 Read by Esther
Chapter 2 11:16 Read by Esther
Chapter 3 16:34 Read by Esther
Chapter 4 14:17 Read by Esther
Chapter 5 15:39 Read by Esther
Chapter 6 part 1 13:23 Read by Esther
Chapter 6 part 2 17:22 Read by Esther
Chapter 7 27:31 Read by Esther
Chapter 8 5:39 Read by Esther
Chapter 9 17:58 Read by Esther
Chapter 10 20:43 Read by Esther
Chapter 11 12:38 Read by Esther
Chapter 12 13:44 Read by Esther
Chapter 13 24:19 Read by Esther
Chapter 14 11:10 Read by Esther
Chapter 15 12:41 Read by Esther
Chapter 16 22:59 Read by Esther
Chapter 17 9:10 Read by Esther
Chapter 18 11:53 Read by Esther
Chapter 19 28:27 Read by Esther
Chapter 20 19:32 Read by Esther
Chapter 21 9:20 Read by Esther
Chapter 22 21:42 Read by Esther
Chapter 23 19:01 Read by Esther
Chapter 24 9:03 Read by Esther
Chapter 25 15:53 Read by Esther
Chapter 26 14:54 Read by Esther

Reviews

Five-stars

(5 stars)

This ranks as one of the best books I've listened to, one which this listener strongly recommends. A great story, and narrated wonderfully, I found myself craving more with each chapter. Do download and listen to this one, you'll not be sorry for doing so. Both story and narrator get my highest ratings.

ANOTHER SATISFYING ENDING

(4 stars)

As one reader commented, this was not his best book, but ot was certainly better than stories by other authors. His gift of description makes the stories come alive and thereby captivate the reader. Esthet did a fine job.

(4.5 stars)

the story is really good and exceptionally well read. The big secret is flipping stupid! I wanted to scream the whole last chapter "how did John not know?" " if Josephine can lie about parentage, why can't other women?"

(1 stars)

Certainly not his best work. Unimaginative traditional boy gets girl story with a plot you can see coming miles ahead. Other Curwood stories are though not less traditional but at least more intriguing and entertaining

An excellent read book

(5 stars)

This book was very entertaining and held my interest all the way through. The reader made you feel like you were there, so good I could feel the cold.

God's Country

(5 stars)

Really enjoyed listening to this, will be looking for more books by the author

good book stupid ending its like he pressured her into marriage

(3.5 stars)

interesting story..begining quite different..

(5 stars)

thank you for the reading..enjoyed your voice..