Colonel Greatheart


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(5 stars; 3 reviews)

This is a story of the English Civil War where a witching woman conquerors hearts and marks. (12 hr 6 min)

Chapters

00 - Introductory, How the World Looked Then 8:23 Read by ink tree
01 - Chapter 1, The Lady Lepe Meets Twin Brethren 12:23 Read by ink tree
02 - Chapter 2, The Impertinence of Joan Normandy 11:50 Read by ink tree
03 - Chapter 3, The Inspiration of Colonel Stow 13:56 Read by Barry Eads
04 - Chapter 4, Colonel Stow Sees His Inspiration 16:57 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
05 - Chapter 5, My Lady Lepe Takes Off Her Petticoats 13:49 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
06 - Chapter 6, A Person of Importance 15:30 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
07 - Chapter 7, Colonel Stow Is Again Inspired 16:36 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
08 - Chapter 8, Upon the Use of a Nose 14:29 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
09 - Chapter 9, Concerning the Angel Uriel 13:32 Read by Amy Gramour
10 - Chapter 10, Cornet Tompkins Snaps at a Shadow 15:11 Read by Richard Kilmer
11 - Chapter 11, Colonel Royston Deserts a Lady 10:42 Read by Richard Kilmer
12 - Chapter 12, Colonel Stow Makes a Mistake 8:27 Read by Richard Kilmer
13 - Chapter 13, Mr. Bourne Is Sorry 13:04 Read by Barry Eads
14 - Chapter 14, Colonel Royston Stays by a Lady 10:58 Read by Barry Eads
15 - Chapter 15, "Why Come Ye Not to Court?" 18:47 Read by Barry Eads
16 - Chapter 16, Colonel Royston Breaks His Sword 11:47 Read by Barry Eads
17 - Chapter 17, Ingeminating Peace 24:04 Read by Barry Eads
18 - Chapter 18, My Lord Digby Upon Woman 8:27 Read by Richard Kilmer
19 - Chapter 19, Newbury Vale 14:29 Read by Richard Kilmer
20 - Chapter 20, Mistress Normandy Sees a Friend 17:42 Read by Richard Kilmer
21 - Chapter 21, Colonel Stow Keeps the Peace 6:59 Read by Barry Eads
22 - Chapter 22, Lovers' Meeting 9:17 Read by Barry Eads
23 - Chapter 23, Lucinda Weeps 8:04 Read by Barry Eads
24 - Chapter 24, The Home of Lost Causes 10:08 Read by Barry Eads
25 - Chapter 25, The Surprise of Lucinda 9:19 Read by Barry Eads
26 - Chapter 26, Colonel Stow Warns His Friend 17:19 Read by Gary Olman
27 - Chapter 27, The Lieutenant-General Finds an Honest Man 14:01 Read by Richard Kilmer
28 - Chapter 28, At Witney Town 14:33 Read by Richard Kilmer
29 - Chapter 29, At Bablockhithe 11:13 Read by Richard Kilmer
30 - Chapter 30, Colonel Stow Resolves to Laugh 22:04 Read by Richard Kilmer
31 - Chapter 31, The Commissary General is Disappointed 5:59 Read by Gary Olman
32 - Chapter 32, Lucinda Is Wooed 8:22 Read by Barry Eads
33 - Chapter 33, Joan Normandy Plays Proxy 6:43 Read by Barry Eads
34 - Chapter 34, Lucinda is Wed 10:22 Read by Barry Eads
35 - Chapter 35, Colonel Stow Is Shown His Duty 13:07 Read by Barry Eads
36 - Chapter 36, Colonel Rich Is Interrupted 20:32 Read by Levi
37 - Chapter 37, The King Turns 19:04 Read by Gary Olman
38 - Chapter 38, Lucinda Is Again an Inspiration 20:36 Read by Gary Olman
39 - Chapter 39, The King Looks Through His Fingers 23:39 Read by Richard Kilmer
40 - Chapter 40, A Cavalier Dies 17:28 Read by Richard Kilmer
41 - Chapter 41, Wife and Maid 7:18 Read by Richard Kilmer
42 - Chapter 42, The Night Alarm 12:56 Read by Richard Kilmer
43 - Chapter 43, Molly Proposes 13:41 Read by Richard Kilmer
44 - Chapter 44, Friends 15:18 Read by Gary Olman
45 - Chapter 45, Colonel Stow Is Ready 8:31 Read by Gary Olman
46 - Chapter 46, Lucinda Is Logical 7:16 Read by Gary Olman
47 - Chapter 47, Colonel Stow Is Awaked 12:35 Read by Gary Olman
48 - Chapter 48, A Husband or So 7:44 Read by Gary Olman
49 - Chapter 49, Colonel Royston Delivers His Soul 18:27 Read by Gary Olman
50 - Chapter 50, The Lieutenant-General Speaks 13:39 Read by Gary Olman
51 - Chapter 51, The Last Inspiration of Lucinda 10:55 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
52 - Chapter 52, Lucinda Goes Out to the Night 5:29 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
53 - Chapter 53, Colonel Stow Knows Himself 11:07 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
54 - Chapter 54, Colonel Stow Explains Himself 9:42 Read by Mary Herndon Bell
55 - Chapter 55, The Master of All 11:39 Read by Mary Herndon Bell

Reviews


(5 stars)

a pleasant story although one of the readers was very sloppy and mispronounced many things