The Autobiography of Methuselah


Read by Matthew Reece

(4.6 stars; 18 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

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)