The Surprising Adventures of the Magical Monarch of Mo and His People


Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(4 stars; 20 reviews)

The Magical Monarch of Mo is a set of stories about the titular king, his queen, and his royal children. The stories are uproariously funny, dealing with topics as absurd as a man losing his temper who then tries to find it, an evil midget who steals a princess's big toe, and an entire city filled with highly civilized monkeys! Join the Monarch and all his friends for a rollicking adventure, filled with fun for the whole family! (Summary by Miriam Esther Goldman) (3 hr 0 min)

Reviews

Cute stories!


(5 stars)

This book is a treasure!!! Good readers, cute stories - Enjoyed it very much! Thanks!

Wonderful little book!


(5 stars)

Both the stories and the readers are great! Thanks Libravox!

I think that it can do you do. I will try. you know you said.


(2.5 stars)

I love this story💕. the only one I can be there and they have a lot to say hi for all types. I will try it now I can't believe I can tell that we should take me out of my friends

Great stories


(4 stars)

I could not understand the first few stories as the reader had a thick accent, which would have been ok except that she read very fast. Otherwise it was great.

Uneven


(3 stars)

The first four chapters are read at high speed in a monotonous monotone. Reader's heavy German accent is often difficult to understand. The succeeding readers are fine.


(1 stars)

the story is good. but I can't understand the person that is reading ..the woman has such a slurry accent I can only catch a few words at a time..

Good stories, more for children. Mixed bag of readers.


(3 stars)

I hate to find fault with librivox readers. After all, they volunteer their time and talents to create audiobooks for me to listen to for free. This time, though, I must say that one or two or three of these folks should have sat this project out. Others read quite well. The book itself is very much a children's book for children, not necessarily for both children and adults. Compare it to The Wizard Of Oz and you'll see what I mean. Still, taken on its own merits, it's a fun and funny book, just not a masterpiece.


(3 stars)

some of the readers had accents that were difficult to understand