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Catriona

Gelesen von Wayne Cooke

(3,818 Sterne; 22 Bewertungen)

This is a sequel to Kidnapped. Many thought Kidnapped ended quite abruptly. The reason is Stevenson planned on writing a sequel. Catriona takes up the story of David Balfour on the same day Kidnapped ends. He must now try to clear his name and the name of James Stewart of the Appin murder. This will not be easy because the Campbells want James Stewart to hang.

"Catriona: Being Memoirs of the Further Adventures of David Balfour at Home and Abroad, in which are set forth his misfortunes anent the Appin Murder, his troubles with Lord Advocate Grant: captivity on the Bass Rock, Journey into Holland and France, and singular relations with James More Drummond or MacGregor, a son of the notorious Rob Roy, and his daughter Catriona: written by himself, and now set forth by Robert Louis Stevenson." (Summary by Wayne Cooke and from the title page) (11 hr 4 min)

Chapters

A Beggar on Horseback

18:42

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The Highland Writer

19:17

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I Go to Pilrig

16:34

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Lord Advocate Prestongrange

25:35

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In the Advocates House

16:26

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Umquile the Master Of Lovat

16:33

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I Make a Fault in Honour

27:29

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The Bravo

21:26

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The Heather on Fire

18:17

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The Red-headed Man

23:21

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The Wood by Silvermills

16:32

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On the March Again with Alan

21:32

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Gillane Sands

22:05

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The Bass

20:19

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Black Andie's Tale of Tod Lapraik

30:57

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The Missing Witness

23:16

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The Memorial

29:05

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The Tee'd Ball

22:33

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I am Much in the Hands of the Ladies

22:32

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I Continue to Move in Good Society

25:21

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The Voyage into Holland

25:54

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Helvoetsluys

19:40

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Travels in Holland

23:34

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Full Story of a Copy of Heineccius

27:07

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The Return of James Moore

14:43

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The Threesome

20:05

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A Twosome

16:27

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In Which I am Left Alone

21:27

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We Meet in Dunkirk

17:02

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The Letter from the Ship

32:30

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Conclusion

7:50

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Bewertungen

Great reader, fair story.

(4 Sterne)

I didn't care for this nearly as much as I did Kidnapped. Too much soap opera romance. I found the title character exasperating and, if I had been Davey, I would have quitted her early on. The reader made the best of what he had to work with

(5 Sterne)

my heart is singing with gratitude for your reading that I would have never had the opportunity if not for you. Thank you.