The Poison Belt

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Series: Professor Challenger Series No: 2
Genre: Sci Fi
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Product Number: C5445
Released: Jan 21, 2010
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ISBN: #9781440795206
Narrator/s: Paul Hecht
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The Poison Belt, from one of the best-selling authors of all time, is another Professor Challenger adventure written by the legendary Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In this classic, Challenger summons Professor Summerlee, Lord John Roxton, and E.D. Malone to his sitting room with one unusual request: bring your own oxygen.

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The Poison Belt
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Narrator(s): Paul Hecht
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Narrator(s): Fred Williams
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Narrator(s): Gildart Jackson
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Narrator(s): Gildart Jackson
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Professional reviews

"Audiobooks sometimes recall our attention to works that have fallen into undeserved obscurity. Producers may simply be looking for material in the public domain, but occasionally they dust off a gem. The science in Conan Doyle's 1913 tale of global cataclysm is dated but not sloppy. The storytelling is state of the art. The writing has the flavor of the nineteenth century, a time when authors seem to have listened to themselves and tended to produce writing that is friendly to the tongue. The style is somewhat old-fashioned to modern ears and voices, but Paul Hecht sounds absolutely at home as he skillfully guides our rediscovery of a forgotten treasure. J.N. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"

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