Treasure Island (version 3, dramatic reading) cover

Treasure Island (version 3, dramatic reading)

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

1. Dedication and Introductory Poem
2. The Old Sea-dog at the Admiral Benbow
3. Black Dog Appears and Disappears
4. The Black Spot
5. The Sea-chest
6. The Last of the Blind Man
7. The Captain's Papers
8. I Go To Bristol
9. At the Sign of the Spy-glass
10. Powder and Arms
11. The Voyage
12. What I Heard in the Apple Barrel
13. Council of War
14. How My Shore Adventure Began
15. The First Blow
16. The Man of the Island
17. How the Ship Was Abandoned
18. The Jolly-boat's Last Trip
19. End of the First Day's Fighting
20. The Garrison in the Stockade
21. Silver's Embassy
22. The Attack
23. How My Sea Adventure Began
24. The Ebb-Tide Runs
25. The Cruise of the Coracle
26. I Strike the Jolly Roger
27. Israel Hands
28. "Pieces of Eight"
29. In The Enemy's Camp
30. The Black Spot Again
31. On Parole
32. The Treasure-Hunt - Flint's Pointer
33. The Treasure-Hunt -- The Voice Among the Trees
34. The Fall of a Chieftain
35. And Last

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    Summary

    When a rough old seaman calling himself "the Captain" appears at the inn owned by Jim Hawkins' father, young Jim little dreams what adventures will follow in the man's wake. Soon, the once-peaceful inn is threatened by pirates, Jim's father is laid in his grave, and Jim finds himself in possession of a map showing the location of treasure buried by the legendary and notorious Captain Flint. Along with a group of brave men: the sensible Dr. Livesey, the fearless and unflagging Captain Smollett, and the blustering but well-meaning Squire Trelawney, Jim sets out in quest of the treasure. Many perils, from wild animals to murderous villains to stormy seas will beset him on the way. And ever in the background, smiling and enigmatic, lurks the one-legged ship's cook, Long John Silver. One of the best-loved adventure stories of all time, Treasure Island is a pirate classic that delights readers today as much as when Stevenson first wrote it.

    Reviews

    petersilia ping

    - marvelous reading!

    Wonderfully read and sung. It was fun to listen. Thank you!

    Amy

    - Such a great reading!

    Love this reading of this classic story so much! All five of my children, ages 3-14, have been enthralled through the whole thing and begging for one more chapter. Thank you!

    Cindy

    - Wonderful reader!

    One of the best readers! Thoroughly enjoyed listening to this story!

    Not You 15

    - Good

    This is nice to listen to cause now I can be doing something else and still read a book at the same time. Sometimes the narrator is a little hard to understand but I thank him for taking the time to read this aloud

    Reviewer

    - Treasure island

    It is awesome ...

    Dakota

    really well written book and super well read!!

    Andre

    - Book

    This is a good story and the reader is great.

    Carina

    the story is a bit dull at times but the reader did an amazing job! Really easy to follow with the different accents for each character, it was very enjoyable.

    Linda K

    - Skilful narrator

    Brilliant narrator. I really enjoyed listening. Would highly recommend this.

    Someone

    its a little slow.... I didn't really understand some of the jargon... but it was good