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Lysbeth, a Tale of the Dutch

H. Rider Haggard (1856-1925)

1. 00 - Introduction
2. 01 - Bk1 Ch01 - The Wolf and the Badger
3. 02 - Bk1 Ch02 - She Who Buys -Pays
4. 03 - Bk1 Ch03 - Montalvo Wins a Trick
5. 04 - Bk1 Ch04 - Three Wakings
6. 05 - Bk1 Ch05 - The Dream of Dirk
7. 06 - Bk1 Ch06 - The Betrothal of Lysbeth
8. 07 - Bk1 Ch07 - Hendirk Brant Has a Visitor
9. 08 - Bk1 Ch08 - The Mare's Stable
10. 09 - Bk2 Ch09 - Adrian, Foy, and Martin the Red
11. 10 - Bk2 Ch10 - Adrain Goes Out Hawking
12. 11 - Bk2 Ch11 - Adrian Resuces Beauty in Distress
13. 12 - Bk2 Ch12 - The Summons
14. 13 - Bk2 Ch13 - Mother's Gifts are Good Gifts
15. 14 - Bk2 Ch14 - Sword Silence Receives the Secret
16. 15 - Bk2 Ch15 - Senor Ramiro
17. 16 - Bk2 Ch16 - The Master
18. 17 - Bk2 Ch17 - Betrothed
19. 18 - Bk2 Ch18 - Foy Sees a Vision
20. 19 - Bk2 Ch19 - The Fray in the Shot Tower
21. 20 - Bk2 Ch20 - In the Gevangenhuis
22. 21 - Bk2 Ch21 - How Martin Turned Coward
23. 22 - Bk2 Ch22 - A Meeting and a Parting
24. 23 - Bk3 Ch23 - Father and Son
25. 24 - Bk3 Ch24 - Martha Preaches a Sermon and Tells a Secret
26. 25 - Bk3 Ch25 - The Red Mill
27. 26 - Bk3 Ch26 - The Bridegroom and the Bride
28. 27 - Bk3 Ch27 - What Elsa Saw in the Moonlight
29. 28 - Bk3 Ch28 - Atonement
30. 29 - Bk3 Ch29 - Adrian Comes Home Again
31. 30 - Bk3 Ch30 - Two Scenes

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Summary

This is a great book if you're looking for an adventure filled novel. It takes place during the Spanish Inquisition and describes some of the horrors that happened giving you an idea of what it was really like to live during that time period. Follow Lysbeth, a young Hollander girl, as she struggles through life enduring times of hardship and peace, sorrow and happiness, war and love. (Introduction by Abigail Rasmussen)

Reviews

Bernie

- Lysbeth, a Tale of the Dutch

Enjoyed the story and although the single narrator did a consistent job, I did not like the reading due to the continuous mis-pronoucation of the many Dutch words, names and cities.

Paul

- reader

Great reading and emphasis. Made this very enjoyable

Paul

- Reader

Great reading and emphasis. Made this very enjoyable

Paul

- Reader

Great reader making this most a enjoyable.

Joerg Fischer

Entertaining, like the language and the reader