The Autobiography of Methuselah


Read by Matthew Reece

(4.6 stars; 22 reviews)

A satirical look at early biblical events from the point of view of someone who was there to witness most of them: the oldest man in recorded history. (Introduction by Matthew Reece)

(2 hr 27 min)

Chapters

Foreword 15:00 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter I - I am Born and Named 12:52 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter II - Early Influences 14:56 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter III - Some Reminiscences of Adam 16:06 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter IV - Grandmother Eve 14:29 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter V - Some Notes on Cain and Abel 15:51 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter VI - He Confesses to Being a Poet 14:20 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter VII - The International Marine and Zoo Flotation Company 15:08 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter VIII - On the Extinction of the Mastodon 15:18 Read by Matthew Reece
Chapter IX - As To Women 13:54 Read by Matthew Reece

Reviews

The Autobiography of Methuselah

(5 stars)

Well read. Fun stories, dry humour , tongue in cheek... Truly enjoyable, well worth listening to more than once. Thanks! Smith

Another cute clever funny silly one by JKB!

(5 stars)

Matthew did a fantastic job narrating this very enjoyable book. I am so happy I stumbled upon JKB a little while back. His books are so fun and clever.

Great reader for great read.

(5 stars)

Was a fun read, though recommended. Everything seems so true to life, and answered so many questions the Bible avoids. Should be canonized, In my keen opinion.

very fun listen... lots of good humor and a bit of satire

(5 stars)

this is great and the reader was great. loved it

(5 stars)

Great!!

(5 stars)

I want more!! Too short