The Pagan's Cup


Read by Yoganandh T

(4.4 stars; 7 reviews)

A quiet seaside village with an old church and older family and its tyrannical head who tries to mould her adopted son to her whims, the vicar and his beautiful daughter and stranger looking for acceptance among the natives and the invisible bind among them forms the background for this
English Mystery - Summary by Yoganandh T (6 hr 47 min)

Chapters

A mordern Arcadia 19:35 Read by Yoganandh T
The Crusaders' Chapel 19:10 Read by Yoganandh T
The Lady of the Manor 18:44 Read by Yoganandh T
The Dinner-Party 22:54 Read by Yoganandh T
Love's Young Dream 18:04 Read by Yoganandh T
Trouble 22:37 Read by Yoganandh T
A Nine Days' Wonder 19:27 Read by Yoganandh T
Haverleigh's Defence 17:15 Read by Yoganandh T
A Bad Reputation 19:22 Read by Yoganandh T
The Price of Silence 19:01 Read by Yoganandh T
The London Detective 19:59 Read by Yoganandh T
A Surprise 19:35 Read by Yoganandh T
An Interesting Document 20:53 Read by Yoganandh T
An Unexpected Meeting 20:55 Read by Yoganandh T
A New Complication 21:44 Read by Yoganandh T
Sybil's Visitor 18:38 Read by Yoganandh T
Lord Kilspindie Explains 20:33 Read by Yoganandh T
A Miracle 20:39 Read by Yoganandh T
A Story of the Past 26:59 Read by Yoganandh T
Mrs Gabriel's Secret 21:52 Read by Yoganandh T

Reviews

the pagan's cup


(4 stars)

Not Hume's best, but entertaining. Hume has this bad habit of furnishing false leads as if they were true. He also brings in solutions with no foundation. After a couple of chapters I got used to the accent and meter. There is more to reading a story than pronouncing words.

a twisted plot


(4 stars)

all comes right in the end. Reader’s tone is a bit flat and expressionless, but he did a decent job.