Long considered the first great American novel, excellent actor Chris Hendrie brings this delightful classic to life, creating scores of memorable characters. This is a tale of a young runaway boy's adventures on the Mississippi River with his friend Jim, a runaway slave. The unlikely pair survives an incredible journey and become the best of friends, overcoming racism and hardships, as they search for freedom.
One of the most deeply touching novels ever written, the characters are created with great compassion and, of course, with Twain's special brand of humor.
Public Domain (P)2011 Chris Hendrie
Entertaining, lively performance of one of my favorite books of all time.
Huck Finn, of course.
Chris Hendrie gave an excellent performance. It is amazing how he created all of the characters. Very entertaining! Very lively!!
Yes, I listened to it on my drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Made the five hour drive well worth it!
An excellent performance of one of my favorite childhood books.
I couldn't get past the first few pages due to the use of the N word.
He was fine, I guess.
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