The Red Laugh


Read by Ben Tucker

(4.4 stars; 11 reviews)

The reader is immersed in the Hellish madness of war through the eyes of a tired soldier losing his grip on reality, scarred physically and mentally by the atrocities he witnesses. Lauded author Leonid Andreyev, who many consider Russia's Edgar Allan Poe, gives us a powerful and intense narrative showing the horrors of war and its impact on the psyche. - Summary by Ben Tucker (2 hr 38 min)

Chapters

Preface 1:55 Read by Ben Tucker
Part I: Fragments I - III 19:03 Read by Ben Tucker
Part I: Fragment IV 15:01 Read by Ben Tucker
Part I: Fragment V 19:14 Read by Ben Tucker
Part I: Fragments VI & VII 15:13 Read by Ben Tucker
Part I: Fragments VIII & IX 19:31 Read by Ben Tucker
Part II: Fragments X - XII 16:50 Read by Ben Tucker
Part II: Fragments XIII - XV 15:55 Read by Ben Tucker
Part II: Fragments XVI - XVIII 19:53 Read by Ben Tucker
Part II: Fragment the Last 16:06 Read by Ben Tucker

Reviews

powerful


(5 stars)

Well done Ben! The word "Red" in Russian can also mean good, great..... hence the red square and the red flag of the old soviet days

fantastic


(5 stars)

Such a great story that was delivered with great passion by the reader. thank you.

well done


(5 stars)

Thank you Ben! Your voice is perfect for this book!