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  • The Epic of Gilgamesh | Sebastian Lockwood (adaptation)

    The Epic of Gilgamesh

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 6 mins)
    • By Sebastian Lockwood (adaptation)
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    A new version of The Epic of Gilgamesh by Sebastian Lockwood. This is the story of Gilgamesh, King of Kings, who brought back knowledge from before the flood - who loved and lost his companion Enkidu and had to find out why we die. The Epic of Gilgamesh was written on clay tablets over 4,000 years ago, in what is today Baghdad Iraq - the Biblical Garden of Eden between the Tigris and the Euphrates. Lockwood gives a passionate reading from a text that faithfully follows the original.

    TAGSfan says: "Captain Kirk reads Gilgamesh?"
  • Mr. Midshipman Easy | Frederick Marryat

    Mr. Midshipman Easy

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Frederick Marryat
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Mr. Midshipman Easy is the 1836 novel by Frederick Marryat, a retired Captain in the 19th century Royal Navy. The novel is set during the Napoleonic Wars, in which Marryat himself served with distinction. It was adapted twice into films in 1916 and in 1935 as Midshipman Easy. Captain Frederick Marryat (July 10, 1792 - August 9, 1848) was an English Royal Navy officer, novelist, and a contemporary and acquaintance of Charles Dickens, noted today as an early pioneer of the sea story.

  • Julius Caesar De Bello Gallico, The War in Gaul: A Storyteller's Version | Sebastian Lockwood

    Julius Caesar De Bello Gallico, The War in Gaul: A Storyteller's Version

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Sebastian Lockwood
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    A Storytellers' reworking of Caesar's Commentaries as a new version. This follows the original line-by-line to create a modern voice that is faithful to Caesar's exacting text.

  • Birthright (Second Edition): The Briton and the Dane | Mary Ann Bernal

    Birthright (Second Edition): The Briton and the Dane

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 50 mins)
    • By Mary Ann Bernal
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    Two years have passed since Alfred the Great successfully defeated Guthrum, King of the Vikings. The fair land of England is at peace. That is, until the harmony is threatened by Guthrum's angry, vengeful, illegitimate son, Rigr, who is hell-bent on usurping his father's throne. Rigr demands his Birthright - an acknowledgement that he is the sole heir to the Danelaw, but his father refuses his claim.

  • The Briton and the Dane: Second Edition | Mary Ann Bernal

    The Briton and the Dane: Second Edition

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Mary Ann Bernal
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    King Alfred the Great has thwarted the Viking threat against his kingdom of Wessex. Signing a treaty with the formidable Danish King Guthrum, he succeeds in pushing the heathen army back to the rolling fens of East Anglia. An uneasy peace holds sway: The King establishes a standing army under Lord Richard, who takes command of the citadel at Wareham.

    Brenda says: "The Briton and The Dane!!! Can't get enough!"
  • Hereward the Wake | Charles Kingsley

    Hereward the Wake

    • UNABRIDGED (18 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Charles Kingsley
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    Hereward the Wake, the last of the Anglo/Saxon/Dane Vikings, will hold out against the impossible force of William the Conquerer. After the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Hereward, already a great hero, will end up at Saint Etheldredas' Island and Minster, Eely, with his wife, Torfrida, and mother, Lady Godiva. He will ride to battle on his magic mare, Swallow, followed on foot by his right hand man, Martin Lightfoot.

  • The Children of the New Forest: A Storyteller's Version | Frederick Marryat

    The Children of the New Forest: A Storyteller's Version

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs)
    • By Frederick Marryat
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    The Parliamentry troops believe he will hide in the home of Colonel Beverly, a famous Cavalier - they surround the house believeing they will smoke him out. No King is found and they are told that they have killed the four children who were in the house - but they escape with the old forester, Jacob Armitage, who must now teach them to lose their lace, and velvet manners and behave and look like Puritans

    Miss Mac says: "Story comes alive"
  • Homer's Odyssey: A Storyteller's Version | Sebastian Lockwood

    Homer's Odyssey: A Storyteller's Version

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 39 mins)
    • By Sebastian Lockwood
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    We begin with Book V, Odysseus weeping on Calyspo's Island, and follow his adventures through to his return to Ithaca and Penelope. This version of Homer's Odyssey was created over a 14-year period of performing the great epic. When it came time to record this version for audiobook, I realized there was no text: It lived in memory. So I had to write out a 38-page poem from memory. Then I used that text as a performance script and while reading it found myself constantly editing as my spoken word insisted on changes that sharpened the sound.

    Dinosoldo says: "Unlistenable"
  • The Briton and the Dane: Concordia | Mary Ann Bernal

    The Briton and the Dane: Concordia

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Mary Ann Bernal
    • Narrated By Sebastian Lockwood
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    Concordia manipulates her besotted husband into taking her to Rome, but her ship is captured by bloodthirsty pirates, and the seafarers protecting her are ruthlessly slain to a man. As she awaits her fate in the Moorish captain's bed, by sheer chance she discovers that salvation is at hand in the gilded court of a Saracen nobleman.

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