A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)


Read by Hamlet

(4.9 stars; 15 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!

A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

(5 stars)

So good and wonderfully read. Bravo!

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.