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Audiobooks Narrated by Roger Storm

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LoveReading4Kids Top 10

  1. Circus Maximus Rivals on the Track Circus Maximus Rivals on the Track
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  2. The Burpee Bears The Burpee Bears
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  3. Armadillo and Hare and the Flamingo Affair Armadillo and Hare and the Flamingo Affair
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  4. The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone
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  5. The Mapmakers The Mapmakers
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  6. The Elephant in the Room The Elephant in the Room
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  7. Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow
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  8. All American Boys All American Boys
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  9. Everything Sad is Untrue: (a true story) Everything Sad is Untrue: (a true story)
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  10. Cookie! (Book 3): Cookie and the Most Mysterious Mystery in the World Cookie! (Book 3): Cookie and the Most Mysterious Mystery in the World
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Heart of Darkness

Heart of Darkness

Author: Joseph Conrad Narrator: Roger Storm Release Date: 01/10/2017

Heart of Darkness has been considered for most of this century as a literary classic, and also as a powerful indictment of the evils of imperialism.Originally published in 1902, Heart of Darkness remains one of this century's most enduring works of fiction.Written several years after Joseph Conrad's grueling sojourn in the Belgian Congo, the novel is a complex meditation on colonialism, evil, and the thin line between civilization and barbarity.  Heart of Darkness Audio book centers around Marlowe, an introspective sailor, and his journey up the Congo River to meet Kurtz, reputed to be an idealistic man of great abilities. Marlowe takes a job as a riverboat captain with the Company, a Belgian concern organized to trade in the Congo. As he travels to Africa and then up the Congo, Marlowe encounters widespread inefficiency and brutality in the Company's stations. The native inhabitants of the region have been forced into the Company's service, and they suffer terribly from overwork and ill treatment at the hands of the Company's agents. The cruelty and squalor of imperial enterprise contrasts sharply with the impassive and majestic jungle that surrounds the white man's settlements, making them appear to be tiny islands amidst a vast darkness.

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