The Iliad of Homer
"The Iliad is an epic poem in dactylic hexameters, traditionally attributed to Homer. Set in the Trojan War, the ten-year siege of Ilium, by a coalition of Greek States, it tells of the battles and events during the weeks of a quarrel between King Agamemnon and the warrior Achilles. Although the story covers only a few weeks in the final year of the war, the Iliad mentions or alludes to many of the Greek legends about the siege" (Summary from Wikipedia)(15 hr 40 min)
|01 - Book the First||45:55||Read by StephenC|
|02 - Book the Second||59:06||Read by StephenC|
|03 - Book the Third||29:32||Read by StephenC|
|04 - Book the Fourth||34:38||Read by StephenC|
|05 - Book the Fifth||54:43||Read by StephenC|
|06 - Book the Sixth||33:14||Read by StephenC|
|07 - Book the Seventh||30:10||Read by StephenC|
|08 - Book the Eighth||34:22||Read by StephenC|
|09 - Book the Ninth||45:21||Read by StephenC|
|10 - Book the Tenth||33:38||Read by StephenC|
|11 - Book the Eleventh||49:50||Read by StephenC|
|12 - Book the Twelfth||26:35||Read by StephenC|
|13 - Book the Thirteenth||47:55||Read by StephenC|
|14 - Book the Fourteenth||30:05||Read by StephenC|
|15 - Book the Fifteenth||43:45||Read by StephenC|
|16 - Book the Sixteenth||49:15||Read by StephenC|
|17 - Book the Seventeenth||42:40||Read by StephenC|
|18 - Book the Eighteenth||35:05||Read by StephenC|
|19 - Book the Nineteenth||24:22||Read by StephenC|
|20 - Book the Twentieth||28:22||Read by StephenC|
|21 - Book the Twenty-First||34:26||Read by StephenC|
|22 - Book the Twenty-Second||29:59||Read by StephenC|
|23 - Book the Twenty-Third||50:15||Read by StephenC|
|24 - Book the Twenty-Fourth||47:12||Read by StephenC|
Aardvark is right! Bellona is a fully Roman goddess and has no Greek equivalent. The Iliad is a Greek story and I can't take the Roman gods/goddesses. I am a good reader too, but, really?
grateful for the audiobook. haters on the reader know nothing. dont complain. act. where is ur reading?
Narrator had no excitement or anything. Didn't get past the second part. Monotone is not a good quality for a Narrator.
why is this Greek story featuring Roman gods? good reader, but I can't take the whole Roman instead of Greek thing.
A Great Recording
The recording quality is very good. The translation uses Roman names, but that's an easy obstacle to overcome. Easy and enjoyable to listen to.
Wrong mythology again. Greek not roman. jemcrafter1, Aardvark and funny are right.
Mr. Burns voice? ?? the narrator was horrid. one of his impressions sounded like Mr Burns from THE SIMPSONS! !! Then, whats with the voice dubbing?? HEY LIBRIVOX, maybe its better to just forego a book rather than use horrid narrators.
Iliad maybe a great book however it's deep and was hard to follow while rolling down the road.