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The Explorer

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(1,857 Sterne; 7 Bewertungen)

An early novel by W. Somerset Maugham about conflicting feelings of self-integrity, filial love, romantic love. Lucy Allerton and Alec MacKenzie have to choose between grasping happiness that is their due and upholding a set of moral values that define themselves. - Summary by Lilith Branda (8 hr 17 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1

36:50

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Chapter 2

43:00

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Chapter 3

17:19

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Chapter 4

29:45

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Chapter 5

22:48

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Chapter 6

15:55

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Chapter 7

18:42

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Chapter 8

32:42

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Chapter 9

17:53

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Chapter 10

23:08

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Chapter 11

20:55

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Chapter 12

23:26

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Chapter 13

12:10

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Chapter 14

21:16

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Chapter 15

22:12

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Chapter 16

23:53

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Chapter 17

31:57

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Chapter 18

19:14

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Chapter 19

23:38

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Chapter 20

16:15

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Chapter 21

24:33

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Bewertungen

Good book, well read

(4,5 Sterne)

I don't know why others have spoken badly of this narrator. Maybe people who have never been outside their own neighbourhood? Maybe too much American TV? l had no trouble understanding Ms. Branda and enjoyed the relaxed pace.

(2 Sterne)

In my view the problem here is not so much the “accent” of the reader but the quality of the recording itself.

READ IT INSTEAD

(0,5 Sterne)

SOMEBODY PLEASE DO A 2nd VERSION. Gave up before first chapter was finished. I was straining every nerve to understand the words. Not only was the reading made unintelligible by her thick accent...the narrator whispered. Who runs this service? Who is the decision maker? Does anyone take seriously the constant flood of complaints about atrocious performances? The LibriVox staff is strange. They are tone deaf or they don’t give a damn. Certainly they have no respect for the books they are slaughtering for posterity.

Love to hear this book with a proper reader. Im afraid this reader is absolute…

(0,5 Sterne)

Agree with other review can someone please read this book in clear English?!