The Jewel of Seven Stars


Read by Roger Melin

(4.2 stars; 145 reviews)

The Jewel of Seven Stars (also published under the name: The Jewel of the Seven Stars) is a horror novel by Bram Stoker first published in 1903. The story is about an archaeologist's plot to revive Queen Tera, an ancient Egyptian mummy. (Summary by Wikipedia)

(10 hr 21 min)

Chapters

A Summons in the Night 27:47 Read by Roger Melin
Strange Instructions 25:27 Read by Roger Melin
The Watchers 30:39 Read by Roger Melin
The Second Attempt 30:54 Read by Roger Melin
More Strange Instructions 34:23 Read by Roger Melin
Suspicions 34:29 Read by Roger Melin
The Traveller's Loss 31:20 Read by Roger Melin
The Finding of the Lamps 27:36 Read by Roger Melin
The Need of Knowledge 31:57 Read by Roger Melin
The Valley of the Sorcerer 36:56 Read by Roger Melin
A Queen's Tomb 30:50 Read by Roger Melin
The Magic Coffer 28:57 Read by Roger Melin
Awaking From the Trance 34:27 Read by Roger Melin
The Birth-Mark 34:46 Read by Roger Melin
The Purpose of Queen Tera 31:20 Read by Roger Melin
The Cavern 34:58 Read by Roger Melin
Doubts and Fears 35:09 Read by Roger Melin
The Lesson of the 'Ka' 29:20 Read by Roger Melin
The Great Experiment 50:07 Read by Roger Melin

Reviews

(5 stars)

I loved it so much i had to hear it again. I wish there was more book like this!

(5 stars)

What a wondetfull reader! You will know the ending early on, but won't be able to stop listening.

(5 stars)

I loved this reading! lots of twists and turns. I will read it again for sure.

absolutely terrific book done by a great reader.

(5 stars)

Amazing!

(5 stars)

Great book, one of my favorites!

Mystic Egyptian mystery ends with a thud

(2.5 stars)

The beginning is lively and mysterious, with a good dash of romance. Stoker (also, of course, the author of Dracula) is certainly good at building fear and tension. As the strange and apparently inexplicable events give way to explanations and details, much of the magic is lost to confusion. The fever-pitch of the buildup towards the climax promises great things- the “huh?” ending feels like a betrayal.

Oh! So Very Good!

(5 stars)

The narration is quite simply exquisite. The descriptive prose of Bram Stoker will amaze you and the creepiness will delight. Loved every minute of this book read by this narrator.

(3 stars)

I very much enjoyed the readers narration however I did not enjoy the story.it was of its time rather dry, bit like a scientific treaties . I would not recommend this book