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  • A Separate Peace | John Knowles

    A Separate Peace

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By John Knowles
    • Narrated By Scott Snively
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    Now a modern classic, this story of two boys' friendship at an exclusive New Hampshire prep school as it parallels the inescapable and escalating atmosphere of World War II, is intense and engaging to the last word.

    Amazon Customer says: "Thoughtful; great character development."
  • A Separate Peace | John Knowles

    A Separate Peace

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By John Knowles
    • Narrated By Spike McClure
    Overall
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    Even though the war had thrown a shroud over the outside world, Phineas and Gene remained untouched by it. In the summer of ’42, the Devon school was a lot like Camelot, fairly bursting with adventure and promise. As much as Gene resisted it, there had been something eternal and unforgettable about that summer. And by the time he understood what life without Phineas could be—it was too late.

    Mathew W. Marcum says: "Good Story, Poor Narration"
  • A Separate Peace | John Knowles

    A Separate Peace

    • ABRIDGED (2 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By John Knowles
    • Narrated By Matthew Modine
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    Ever since its first publication in 1960, A Separate Peace has been hailed as a modern classic. Now the story of two best friends attending a New England boarding school during World War II comes to life in this powerful audio presentation. Featuring a dramatic reading by Matthew Modine, this abridgment of John Knowles's critically acclaimed novel provides a startling insight into war and youth that you will never forget.

    Tani says: "Old Verison"
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