Whither Thou Goest


Read by Tom Weiss

(4.5 stars; 60 reviews)

The Earl of Saxham was vastly annoyed when his son, Guy, fell in love with a “penniless nobody,” and announced that he would marry her against all opposition. He determined to separate the lovers; to which end he persuaded an influential friend in the Foreign Office to secure an appointment for Guy in the Embassy at Madrid. He little knew that he was sending his son into the centre of a hotbed of anarchism, that Guy’s footsteps were to be dogged by a vindictive and revengeful woman, that his life was to hold many a thrilling moment and not a few narrow escapes. (Summary from the Prologue of the book) (7 hr 50 min)

Chapters

Preface, Prologue, & Chapter 1 31:20 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 2 27:19 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 3 31:46 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 4 19:46 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 5 22:14 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 6 21:15 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 7 30:20 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 8 13:52 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 9 17:03 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 10 21:24 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 11 13:45 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 12 21:22 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 13 16:39 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 14 13:56 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 15 12:28 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 16 22:33 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 17 25:48 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 18 22:31 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 19 19:02 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 20 18:53 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 21 13:24 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 22 19:47 Read by Tom Weiss
Chapter 23 13:37 Read by Tom Weiss

Reviews


(4.5 stars)

Another well read story,with intrigue romance and great dialogue

A mild novel


(4 stars)

Not really a mystery, but I like the father who is angry one moment and completely opposite the other. His character is actually quite amusing. In the story they refer to his bearing as a bull in a china shop. But with all his tough exterior he's actually a softee on the inside. I found his character most entertaining.