Anything Once

Read by Roger Melin

(4.7 stars; 48 reviews)

An unlikely pair of wanderers they were; the orphan girl Lou and her travelling partner Jim Botts. Jim appeared in need of following some apparent 'rules' during the journey, while Lou seemed in need of better clothing, and perhaps some refinement. But who was most benefitting whom on the week-long journey from rural village to big city? And which of the two was willing to try anything once? (Introduction by Roger Melin)

Written by Isabel Ostrander under the pseudonym Douglas Grant. (3 hr 3 min)


A Roadside Meeting 19:21 Read by Roger Melin
Partners 29:46 Read by Roger Melin
The Vendor of Everything 17:13 Read by Roger Melin
Under the Big Top 17:48 Read by Roger Melin
Concerning an Omelet 17:54 Read by Roger Melin
The Red Note-Book 19:33 Read by Roger Melin
Revelations 23:33 Read by Roger Melin
Journey's End 24:48 Read by Roger Melin
The Long, Long Trail 13:22 Read by Roger Melin


Charming characters

(4 stars)

Light fiction for an easy sweet read. Nothing deep or profound here, but I enjoyed it immensely. Their adventures along the road were implausible, but I don't give a fig. I was entertained. The reader is wonderful, one of my favorites.

Second book read by Roger Melin in one day.

(5 stars)

I think Roger Melin can make almost any book that he reads enjoyable. But this book was a fun story, too. Thank you, again, Libravox and Roger Melin.

(4 stars)

I wonder if. any rich people have taken this trip. I still believe there are still good rich and poor people, in this selfish age.

Great adventure !

(5 stars)

Anything Once - Wish we all felt this way - thank you for your precious time , Roger -

great, and relatively short, story!

(5 stars)

This was a lighthearted, entertaining story! Well read, too.

Roger reads the Best Books !!!!

(5 stars)