A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)


Read by Hamlet

(4.8 stars; 47 reviews)

A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone (13 hr 28 min)

Chapters

1-1 The Period 6:39 Read by Hamlet
1-2 The Mail 11:57 Read by Hamlet
1-3 The Night Shadows 10:35 Read by Hamlet
1-4 The Preparation 24:26 Read by Hamlet
1-5 The Wine-Shop 24:06 Read by Hamlet
1-6 The Shoemaker 24:09 Read by Hamlet
2-1 Five Years Later 14:22 Read by Hamlet
2-2 A Sight 13:15 Read by Hamlet
2-3 A Disappointment 27:52 Read by Hamlet
2-4 Congratulatory 12:56 Read by Hamlet
2-5 The Jackal 12:41 Read by Hamlet
2-6 Hundreds of People 26:28 Read by Hamlet
2-7 Monseigneur in Town 20:27 Read by Hamlet
2-8 Monseigneur in the Country 11:39 Read by Hamlet
2-9 The Gorgon's Head 23:57 Read by Hamlet
2-10 Two Promises 18:46 Read by Hamlet
2-11 A Companion Picture 8:28 Read by Hamlet
2-12 The Fellow of Delicacy 14:41 Read by Hamlet
2-13 The Fellow of No Delicacy 11:10 Read by Hamlet
2-14 The Honest Tradesman 22:37 Read by Hamlet
2-15 Knitting 27:01 Read by Hamlet
2-16 Still Knitting 24:36 Read by Hamlet
2-17 One Night 12:13 Read by Hamlet
2-18 Nine Days 13:58 Read by Hamlet
2-19 An Opinion 18:21 Read by Hamlet
2-20 A Plea 7:44 Read by Hamlet
2-21 Echoing Footsteps 24:39 Read by Hamlet
2-22 The Sea Still Rises 11:39 Read by Hamlet
2-23 Fire Rises 15:59 Read by Hamlet
2-24 Drawn to the Loadstone Rock 25:34 Read by Hamlet
3-1 In Secret 24:50 Read by Hamlet
3-2 The Grindstone 14:25 Read by Hamlet
3-3 The Shadow 10:28 Read by Hamlet
3-4 Calm in Storm 12:20 Read by Hamlet
3-5 The Wood-Sawyer 13:29 Read by Hamlet
3-6 Triumph 14:53 Read by Hamlet
3-7 A Knock at the Door 11:24 Read by Hamlet
3-8 A Hand at Cards 26:37 Read by Hamlet
3-9 The Game Made 26:35 Read by Hamlet
3-10 The Substance of the Shadow 35:16 Read by Hamlet
3-11 Dusk 9:02 Read by Hamlet
3-12 Darkness 18:37 Read by Hamlet
3-13 Fifty-two 26:06 Read by Hamlet
3-14 The Knitting Done 26:52 Read by Hamlet
3-15 The Footsteps Die Out For Ever 14:33 Read by Hamlet

Reviews

(5 stars)

One of the most powerful stories I have ever listened to. The reader has a clear and pleasant voice and carries you through the story seamlessly. The character voices are done very well and keep in line with the personalities. I will definitely be listening to many more!

Brad is an excellent narrator

(5 stars)

What a gift Brad has given us by donating his tremendous reading talent to this timeless book. Thank you very much, sir. It is a pleasure to listen!

Josh McCormack

(5 stars)

Great job reading. Easy to listen to and at a good pace. Emotional without seeming like a one man puppet show.

I enjoyed the narrator’s voice. he did an excellent job of making the story com…

(5 stars)

A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

(5 stars)

So good and wonderfully read. Bravo!

(5 stars)

A masterpiece beautifully read that brought me to tears in the end.

excellent

(5 stars)

Thank you for such excellent narration of this great novel.

Sublime!

(5 stars)

Incredible use of language. Beautiful metaphors and figurative descriptions.