Kenilworth


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(4.8 stars; 8 reviews)

An Elizabethan era historical novel by Scotland's master of fiction, Sir Walter Scott. With a cast of historical and created characters, including the Queen herself, Scott presents the sad history and tragic consequences of the secretive marriage of young Amy Robsart and the Earl of Leicester. (Summary by SK)

(20 hr 59 min)

Chapters

00 - Introduction 19:35 Read by skoval
01 - Chapter I 32:55 Read by skoval
02 - Chapter II 19:24 Read by skoval
03 - Chapter III 35:02 Read by skoval
04 - Chapter IV 31:13 Read by skoval
05 - Chapter V 27:01 Read by skoval
06 - Chapter VI 35:21 Read by skoval
07 - Chapter VII 1:01:37 Read by skoval
08 - Chapter VIII 27:05 Read by skoval
09 - Chapter IX 28:23 Read by skoval
10 - Chapter X 23:30 Read by skoval
11 - Chapter XI 29:56 Read by skoval
12 - Chapter XII 36:37 Read by skoval
13 - Chapter XIII 22:19 Read by skoval
14 - Chapter XIV 20:04 Read by skoval
15 - Chapter XV 40:31 Read by skoval
16 - Chapter XVI 49:04 Read by skoval
17 - Chapter XVII 53:35 Read by skoval
18 - Chapter XVIII 42:57 Read by skoval
19 - Chapter XIX 20:33 Read by skoval
20 - Chapter XX 23:40 Read by skoval
21 - Chapter XXI 21:45 Read by skoval
22 - Chapter XXII 40:30 Read by skoval
23 - Chapter XXIII 27:14 Read by skoval
24 - Chapter XXIV 32:10 Read by skoval
25 - Chapter XXV 27:21 Read by skoval
26 - Chapter XXVI 19:55 Read by skoval
27 - Chapter XXVII 21:58 Read by skoval
28 - Chapter XXVIII 5:25 Read by skoval
29 - Chapter XXIX 23:45 Read by skoval
30 - Chapter XXX 29:44 Read by skoval
31 - Chapter XXXI 25:11 Read by skoval
32 - Chapter XXXII 40:33 Read by skoval
33 - Chapter XXXIII 24:29 Read by skoval
34 - Chapter XXXIV 34:56 Read by skoval
35 - Chapter XXXV 23:02 Read by skoval
36 - Chapter XXXVI 24:10 Read by skoval
37 - Chapter XXXVII 32:07 Read by skoval
38 - Chapter XXXVIII 31:27 Read by skoval
39 - Chapter XXXIX 27:33 Read by skoval
40 - Chapter XXXX 25:16 Read by skoval
41 - Chapter XXXXI 40:48 Read by skoval

Reviews

VINTAGE SCOTT


(5 stars)

As usual, it takes awhile to fathom where Scott is going, but, once this is determined, it is a fine historical novel. The frightening thing is that the Leicester's and the Barney's were all too prevalent at the courts of Europe. Kudos to the reader for her even-paced narratio of this lengthy work.

ok


(3 stars)

American accent destroys Elizabethan English. Unlistenable.