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DOYLE, A.C.: Lost World (The) (Abridged)

    

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DOYLE, A.C.: Lost World (The) (Abridged)

The precursor of Jurassic Park. Somewhere in South America, there is a plateau; and roaming in its forests are dinosaurs. Only one man has ever been there, and his reports are so astonishing that no-one is prepared to believe him; except the extraordinary Professor Challenger. He decides to take a trip to prove beyond doubt that this lost world really exists. With the daredevil journalist Edward Malone, meticulous, sceptical Professor Summerlee and the professional adventurer Lord John Roxton, Challenger sets out on a mission as dangerous as it is thrilling. Inspiring endless imitations, The Lost World is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic adventure of discovery.

  • One of Doyle’s most popular novels, now in abridged form with music
  • The subject of several films often shown on TV
  • This abridgement keeps all the fun of the full version
  • ‘McCready’s performance captures the time and tone of Doyle’s material perfectly.’ – Publishers Weekly
  • Approximate running time: 4 hours
  • Format: 3 CD set



Disc 1

  The Lost World
1.   Mr. Hungerton, her father, really was the most tactless person… 00:05:55
2.   Behold me then, at the office of the Daily Gazette… 00:06:36
3.   Half an hour later… 00:05:35
4.   His appearance made me gasp… 00:06:28
5.   He was scratching about among the litter of papers… 00:06:27
6.   For answer, the professor took a book down… 00:06:05
7.   From a drawer he produced… 00:05:41
8.   My day was a busy one… 00:05:01
9.   At last the lecture came to an end… 00:07:56
10.   Lord John Roxton and I… 00:08:42
11.   I will not bore those whom this narrative may reach… 00:09:06
12.   Our friends at home may well rejoice with us… 00:05:56


Disc 2

  The Lost World
1.   Early next morning we were again afoot… 00:03:22
2.   A dreadful thing has happened to us. 00:05:53
3.   'As to the man's identity,' said Professor Challenger… 00:05:17
4.   What occurred was this. 00:05:40
5.   The level of the plateau… 00:06:27
6.   We were still discussing it… 00:04:24
7.   The most wonderful things have happened… 00:05:25
8.   Our situation, stranded… 00:05:41
9.   It was destined that on this very morning… 00:08:04
10.   Lord John Roxton was right… 00:06:13
11.   In the morning it was not long… 00:05:49
12.   He stood on the boxes while I faced the trunk… 00:05:43
13.   I have said… 00:06:08
14.   I was plodding up the slope… 00:05:21


Disc 3

  The Lost World
1.   I was weary and spent… 00:04:02
2.   It was an awesome thing to sleep… 00:08:34
3.   We filled in the time… 00:04:38
4.   This time it was Summerlee. 00:05:38
5.   We had imagined that our pursuers… 00:06:06
6.   It was in the early afternoon that we started… 00:03:35
7.   At earliest dawn our camp was astir… 00:07:01
8.   The victory of the Indians… 00:06:50
9.   There is a dry bituminous wood upon the plateau… 00:06:05
10.   The excitement which had been caused… 00:06:39
11.   It had been hoped that the proceedings would end there… 00:06:30
12.   It was at this point… 00:05:26
13.   And Gladys – oh, my Gladys! 00:07:11

Total Playing Time: 03:57:10






Author(s):
Doyle, Arthur Conan

Reader(s):
McCready, Glen

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NA394112

Barcode: 9789626349410

Physical Release: 01/2009

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