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  • All True Not a Lie in It: A Novel | Alix Hawley

    All True Not a Lie in It: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Alix Hawley
    • Narrated By Kirby Heyborne
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    Here is Daniel Boone as you've never seen him: Debut novelist Alix Hawley presents Boone's life, from his childhood in a Quaker colony through two stints captured by Indians as he attempted to settle Kentucky, the death of a son at the hands of the same Indians, and the rescue of a daughter. The prose rivals Hilary Mantel's and Peter Carey's, conveying that sense of being inside the head of a storied historical figure about which much nonsense is spoken while also feeling completely contemporary.

  • All True Not a Lie in It: A Novel | Alix Hawley

    All True Not a Lie in It: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Alix Hawley
    • Narrated By Jesse Einstein
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    The story of pioneer Daniel Boone's life, told in his voice - a tall tale like no other, startling, funny, poignant, romantic and brawling - set during the American Revolutionary War.

  • All True Not a Lie in It: A Novel | Alix Hawley

    All True Not a Lie in It: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Alix Hawley
    • Narrated By Jesse Einstein
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    Here is Daniel Boone as you've never seen him. Debut novelist Alix Hawley presents Boone's life, from his childhood in a Quaker colony, through two stints captured by Indians as he attempted to settle Kentucky, the death of a son at the hands of the same Indians, and the rescue of a daughter. The prose rivals Hilary Mantel's and Peter Carey's, conveying that sense of being inside the head of a storied historical figure about which much nonsense is spoken while also feeling completely contemporary.

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