A Thunderstorm at Night


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(2.8 stars; 2 reviews)

George Eric Mackay was an English minor poet, now remembered as the sponging half-brother of Marie Corelli, the best-selling novelist. Mackay and Corelli, born Mary Mackay, were the children of Charles Mackay, by different mothers. As a poet he is described as "execrable", and reliant on Corelli's promotion of his works. Mackay achieved some reputation in his time for Letters of a Violinist (1886). It sold 35,000 copies; he repaid Corelli's efforts by implying he wrote her novels. - Summary by Wikipedia (0 hr 17 min)

Chapters

A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by BK 1:22 Read by Bruce Kachuk
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by BSD 1:15 Read by Brian Darby
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by DL 1:07 Read by David Lawrence
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by EBS 1:21 Read by Esther ben Simonides
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by EL 0:58 Read by Newgatenovelist
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by GB 1:18 Read by Garth Burton
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by GC 1:00 Read by GabrielleC
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by GG 1:27 Read by Greg Giordano
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by LAH 1:13 Read by Lee Ann Howlett
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by LLW 1:18 Read by Leonard Wilson
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by MK 1:31 Read by Maria Kasper
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by MSD 1:03 Read by Matthew Datcher
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by SABT 1:11 Read by SkyAlbatross
A Thunderstorm at Night - Read by TP 1:06 Read by Tomas Peter

Reviews

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(5 stars)

The poem its self isn't that great, but hearing the way different people read it and what they put into it is interesting. it helps you appreciate what a good reader can do.

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(0.5 stars)

After reading the description, I have absolutely no interest in listening to this guy's work. Also, I think he plagiarized the title from the guy who named the movie title, "Snakes on a Plane. "