FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of Edgar Rice Burroughs'
classic tale of exploration and adventure in a hidden land of cavemen
and dinosaurs. On a ship that's torpedoed by a German U-boat in 1916 our
hero, Bowen, soon finds himself locked in hand-to-hand combat with the
German crew. Then follows an armed standoff with the prisoners and a
hidden saboteur that sends the submarine far off course until it becomes
Only when the food and water have run out does a strange land come into sight. A land filled with dinosaurs!
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of The Hour of the Dragon by Robert E. Howard.
As it was foretold, Conan has risen to the kingship of Aqualonia, yet the forces of darkness and evil are forging his downfall. An ancient power rises from death and smashes Conan from his throne, leaving him running for his life through the streets of his own capital.
The Hour of the Dragon follows Conan as he struggles against evil men and monsters in an epic struggle to recover his lost crown.
FNH Audio presents a slightly abridged performance of this third volume of Charles Oman's military history classic.
In this third volume, a detailed examination is made of the period from September 1809 to December 1810. This volume covers the battles of Ocana, Cadiz and Bussaco. It also examines in detail Massena's march through Portugal to the lines of Terres Vedras, the lines themselves, and his final retreat away in a desperate search for food.
This history, written many years after Napier's, draws its information from more firsthand accounts and corrects some of the more glaring mistakes and biases of Napier.
Although this audio book is abridged, the only text removed is that in French or Spanish, namely Appendix 5 and Appendix 11. A small number of footnotes scattered throughout the book in those languages have also been omitted. All English text from the appendices and footnotes is present.
FNH Audio presents this unabridged reading of the heroic story of a territorial battalion mobilised and sent overseas into the bloodiest conflict the world has ever known. They fought with distinction at the Somme and Arras through some of the most terrible and wasteful of battles. In one three month period this battalion alone lost 1,200 men and sixty officers. That it survived until the end of the war was nothing short of a miracle.
This history was written by the battalions Adjutant in 1919. A winner of the Military Cross for his actions in the combat, he relates in this work the fighting spirit of the battalion with a truthfulness that only comes with having been there.
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of Henry Kuttner's dark tale The Secret of Kralitz.
The House of Kralitz has thrived for hundreds of years while hiding a dark secret in the family vaults. A curse was laid upon the Kralitz line, and today the present head of the household will learn its true horror.
This short story is in the classic gothic style of H.P. Lovecraft, and makes reference to some elements of Lovecraft's famed Cthulhu Mythos. The story was first published in the October 1936 edition of Weird Tales.
FNH Audio presents a slightly abridged performance of this second volume of Charles Oman's military history classic.
In this second volume, a detailed examination is made of the months January to September of 1809. The Talavera campaign is examined from both sides using reference materials from British, French, Spanish, and Portuguese sources.
This book covers the entire Talavera campaign, from its inception right through to the near starved retreat of the victors from the field.
This history, written many years after Napier's, draws its information from more firsthand accounts and corrects some of more glaring mistakes and biases of Napier. Although this audiobook is abridged, the only text removed is that in French, namely Appendix 9 and a number of footnotes scattered throughout the book. All English text from the appendices and footnotes is present. Volume 1 of this set is available under the title A History of the Peninsular War 1807-1809.
Running Time: 26 hours 59 minutes
The sound came swiftly nearer, rising in pitch and swelling in volume.
Then it broke through the clouds, tall and black and beautifully deadly,
the Gern battle cruiser, come to seek them out and destroy them.
Humbolt dropped inside the stockade, exulting. For two hundred years his
people had been waiting for the chance to fight the mighty Gern Empire
with bows and arrows against blasters and bombs!
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of Amrose Bierce's short story.
The horribly mutilated body of a man lies upon a table in the cabin. Eight serious men sit by the light of a flicker candle to investigate the cause of his death. Was it a mundane wild animal attack as they hope, or was something more sinister and supernatural involved?
FNH audio presents an unabridged reading of the military memoir of Charles O'Neil. There have been many military memoirs from the Napoleonic wars, and most of them belonging to high ranking officers. This memoir differs in that it belong to the humblest of soldiers, a man from the ranks of a standard infantry regiment. Follow along as Charles relates how he joined the army, then ran away narrowly avoiding being flogged for desertion.
FNH Audio presents an unabridged
reading of Arthur Conan Doyle's non-fiction book, "A Visit to
Written in 1916 during the peak of the
first world war this book follows Mr Doyle as he visits first the
British, Italian and finally the French sectors of the front. He
meets with everyone from the highest national generals to the
lowliest of front line troopers.
Although a work that can be classified
as mid-war propaganda, it does offer some very interesting insights
into the British mindset at this time of the war. The text reveals
that the Italians were at this point of the war on the back foot and
under pressure from the British public to perform better. It's also
fascinating to realise that the British "stiff upper lip"
was alive and well as shown when the author feels that he shouldn't
show any emotion in front of foreigners. It also includes an
interesting anecdote where a French general seems to think Sherlock
Holmes is a real person.