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  • The Collector | John Fowles

    The Collector

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 1 min)
    • By John Fowles
    • Narrated By James Wilby
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    Withdrawn, uneducated and unloved, Frederick collects butterflies and takes photographs. He is obsessed with a beautiful stranger, the art student Miranda. When he wins the pools he buys a remote Sussex house and calmly abducts Miranda, believing she will grow to love him in time. Alone and desperate, Miranda must struggle to overcome her own prejudices and contempt if she is understand her captor, and so gain her freedom.

    Sharon says: "Masterful narration"
  • The Magus  | John Fowles

    The Magus

    • UNABRIDGED (26 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By John Fowles
    • Narrated By Nicholas Boulton

    John Fowles’s The Magus was a literary landmark of the 1960s. Nicholas Urfe goes to a Greek island to teach at a private school and becomes enmeshed in curious happenings at the home of a mysterious Greek recluse, Maurice Conchis. Are these events, involving attractive young English sisters, just psychological games, or an elaborate joke, or more? Reality shifts as the story unfolds. The Magus reflected the issues of the 1960s perfectly, and it continues to create tension and concern today.

    W Perry Hall says: "Mystical Morality Tale of Love, Reality, Fidelity"
  • The French Lieutenant's Woman | John Fowles

    The French Lieutenant's Woman

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By John Fowles
    • Narrated By Paul Shelley

    At Lyme Regis on the Dorset coast, a young Victorian amateur palaentologist, Charles Smithson, is struck by a solitary figure standing at the far end of the Cobb, staring out to sea. It is Sarah Woodruff, known to the locals as 'poor Tragedy' since her apparent liaison with a French sailor who has since deserted her. Although Charles is already engaged to a young heiress, he is immediately beguiled and eventually infatuated with Sarah.

    Richard says: "Great drama, great reader."
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