The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

Read by David Leeson

(4.4 stars; 231 reviews)

“THE FARTHER ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE; Being the Second and Last Part OF HIS LIFE, And of the Strange Surprizing Accounts of his Travels Round three Parts of the Globe.” After the death of his wife, Robinson Crusoe is overcome by the old wanderlust, and sets out with his faithful companion Friday to see his island once again. Thus begins a journey which will last ten years and nine months, in which Crusoe travels over the world, along the way facing dangers and discoveries in Madagascar, China, and Siberia. (Summary by D. Leeson) (9 hr 10 min)


Revisits Island 45:44 Read by David Leeson
Intervening History of Colony 40:44 Read by David Leeson
Fight With Cannibals 32:48 Read by David Leeson
Renewed Invasion of Savages 52:40 Read by David Leeson
A Great Victory 29:48 Read by David Leeson
The French Clergyman's Counsel, Part 1 38:02 Read by David Leeson
The French Clergyman's Counsel, Part 2 34:29 Read by David Leeson
Conversation Betwixt Will Atkins and His Wife 28:05 Read by David Leeson
Sails From the Island For the Brazils 33:53 Read by David Leeson
Dreadful Occurrences in Madagascar 36:16 Read by David Leeson
He Is Left On Shore 18:39 Read by David Leeson
Warned of Danger by a Countryman 22:05 Read by David Leeson
The Carpenter's Whimsical Contrivance 23:16 Read by David Leeson
Arrival in China 30:48 Read by David Leeson
Attacked by Tartars 20:59 Read by David Leeson
Description of an Idol, Which They Destroy 32:50 Read by David Leeson
Safe Arrival in England 28:56 Read by David Leeson


Pretty well read, fun adventure, good moral lessons to learn

(4.5 stars)

If you have listened to/read the first Robinson Crusoe story, this is a little tedious at first in going over some of the same ground, but gets more interesting as it goes on. There are good nuggets of wisdom sprinkled throughout along the way, and these are worth considering.

This sequel is certainly worth listening to.

(3.5 stars)

I'd never read Robinson Crusoe and I'd never heard that a sequel even existed. It's pretty good and certainly worth listening to. Hard to believe he had so many more nerve wracking travels once he left his island. This reader did Avery good job.

Great listen

(4 stars)

A great book in its own light, however as a continuation of the adventures of Robinson Crusoe it falls short. The fascination of detail is lacking in this work as opposed to the other. I would like to thank the reader who did a fantastic job.

An Interesting Travelogue

(3.5 stars)

The narrator is skillful, but like most sequels, this book doesn't live up to the first one. Still, it will hold your attention: cannibals, pirates, massacres, Tartar hordes, scoundrels and miscreants abound!

A wonderful classic adventure story worth a listen.

(5 stars)

A great sequel to the original Robinson Crusoe, the reader did an excellent job. definitely worth a listen.

great book

(3 stars)

the narrator did a great job but it's too racist and not as detailed as the first book but sill it's good


(5 stars)

The story would easily into 25 pages. The rest is a mix of philosophy and travelogue, some good, some not so good.

Loved it

(5 stars)

This book is as good if not better than the first, and very well read by David. Thanks a lot David.