The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Read by John Greenman

(4.7 stars; 1888 reviews)

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (published 1876) is a very well-known and popular story concerning American youth. Mark Twain's lively tale of the scrapes and adventures of boyhood is set in St. Petersburg, Missouri, where Tom Sawyer and his friend Huckleberry Finn have the kinds of adventures many boys can imagine: racing bugs during class, impressing girls, especially Becky Thatcher, with fights and stunts in the schoolyard, getting lost in a cave, and playing pirates on the Mississippi River.

One of the most famous incidents in the book describes how Tom persuades his friends to do a boring, hateful chore for him: whitewashing (i.e., painting) a fence.

This was the first novel to be written on a typewriter.

(Summary from Wikipedia) (6 hr 46 min)


Chapters 01 to 02 26:38 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 03 to 04 32:58 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 05 to 06 31:51 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 07 to 08 21:20 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 09 to 10 23:35 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 11 to 12 19:01 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 13 to 15 35:24 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 16 to 17 24:56 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 18 to 20 28:55 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 21 to 23 31:37 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 24 to 25 14:37 Read by John Greenman
Chapter 26 15:08 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 27 to 28 11:27 Read by John Greenman
Chapter 29 14:46 Read by John Greenman
Chapter 30 16:59 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 31 to 32 23:14 Read by John Greenman
Chapters 33 to 35 33:46 Read by John Greenman


The Voice of Mark Twain Himself!

(5 stars)

Wow! This guy is Amazing! A family member and I are of the opinion that this dude is Mark Twain himself! Just listen to how he reads Mark Twain's stories and you'll see what I'm talking about! Thank you to everyone who had anything to do with this production. In case you can't tell from my copious use of exclamation marks, this is an experience that fondly stays with you even months after listening to it. It is remarkable how well Mark Twain succeeds in bringing his works to life with LibriVox! ;-)

Tom Sawyer

(5 stars)

the best book I've ever listened to or read I highly recommend this book . I love the speaker it really could not be as good without him.


(4 stars)

The narrator is amazing, he gives life and personality to every character in the book, he brings Tom Sawyer to life in anyone's imagination everytime he reads his words. The book itself made me have fun, it made me feel like I had the adventures the boys had, like I was a friend that ran alongside them. Really fun and light-hearted, it will make you feel like a kid.

Good work!!!

(5 stars)

obviously, it was already a very good book but the way John Greenman narrated the book it was more better. Heads off!!! to John Greenman, well done! -Abhishek Baruah (a reader of this book)

(4 stars)

Listening to this speaker reminds me of the narrator from “A Christmas Story”. The voice draws you in and leaves you feeling like you are right there with Tom or Huck. Very good!!

Good Story Well narrated

(4.5 stars)

I had never read Tom Sawyer but decided to have a listen as I remembered that my father loved this novel by Mark Twain. Tom Sawyer is a loveable character, Who demonstrates courage good humor, and just the right amount of naughtiness. I love the adventurous spirit portrayed by the main characters, Huckleberry Finn, Becky Thatcher, and Tom Sawyer; children in an era where children ran free.

I love this book!!

(5 stars)

this book I think was really good. When I started this book I could not stop listening to it. I loved how tom had some funny thoughts and things. I totally recommend to read the amazing book! If you want read the book. I think if you listen to this awesome audio book you will like it more. You did great the person who read this!

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(5 stars)

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