Greenmantle (Version 3)


Read by Cliff Stone

(4.6 stars; 4 reviews)

Hannay is called in to investigate rumours of an uprising in the Muslim world and undertakes a perilous journey through enemy territory to meet his friend Sandy in Constantinople. Once there, he and his friends must thwart the Germans' plans to use religion to help them win the war, climaxing at the battle of Erzurum. (9 hr 44 min)

Chapters

Author's Note & A Mission is Proposed 22:44 Read by Cliff Stone
The Gathering of the Missionaries 32:24 Read by Cliff Stone
Peter Pienaar 24:51 Read by Cliff Stone
Adventures of Two Dutchmen on the Loose 27:15 Read by Cliff Stone
Further Adventures of the Same 27:38 Read by Cliff Stone
The Indiscretions of the Same 31:36 Read by Cliff Stone
Christmastide 27:24 Read by Cliff Stone
The Essen Barges 22:11 Read by Cliff Stone
The Return of the Straggler 25:07 Read by Cliff Stone
The Garden-House of Suliman the Red 20:15 Read by Cliff Stone
The Companions of the Rosy Hours 27:18 Read by Cliff Stone
Four Missionaries See Light in Their Mission 23:48 Read by Cliff Stone
I Move in Good Society 27:04 Read by Cliff Stone
The Lady of the Mantilla 26:15 Read by Cliff Stone
An Embarrassed Toilet 31:26 Read by Cliff Stone
The Battered Caravanserai 26:02 Read by Cliff Stone
Trouble By the Waters of Babylon 24:19 Read by Cliff Stone
Sparrows on the Housetops 23:18 Read by Cliff Stone
Greenmantle 21:06 Read by Cliff Stone
Peter Pienaar Goes to the Wars 31:51 Read by Cliff Stone
The Little Hill 34:40 Read by Cliff Stone
The Guns of the North 26:25 Read by Cliff Stone

Reviews


(4.5 stars)

Cliff Stone reads this book quite well, aside from a couple of mispronunciations. He maintains a good pace but does not rush, he pauses effectively and he generally ensures that stresses and emphasis assist the listener in understanding the meaning. He also avoids the tendency of some readers to slide over syllables and make the word unclear.Richard Hannay is a Scot brought up in South Africa who lived there until he was 37 or so - so an Australian accent for him may be closer than that of a UK or US reader.