too...mon-a-tone ...but a classic all the same...the reader put me to sleep every time....lost track of place & story line, way too much.
Excellent story and excellently told. Mark Smith does a great job. And Mark Twain is a master. His comments on American society still hold. And I'll sure miss Huck Finn? What? No sequel?! Much obliged.
It's The Adventures of Huck Finn for crying out loud! Of course it was fantastic! Haven't you already read it? Now it's great to be able to have someone read it to you!
Outdated. I’m a white male, born in South Georgia in the 1940’s. Didn’t make it through the first chapter. The use of the N word is repulsive.
This was a great story, I am going to read / listen to all the old classics stories and this was on my list, I really enjoyed it. It was a window into old America, great story and as a boy I would have also thought a wee bit like Huck and Tom.
Mark F Smith always does a terrific job but goes above and beyond with his accents and spirited reading of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" there is so much social and political truth in Mark Twain's writing. Loved listening to this refresher course in American values and truths.
Keep in the the time period in which it was written. The humor and dialog seems silly at times but it was of course well written and thought out. The narrator did a great job but he mispronounced some words as they are used in speech, instead he pronounced them by how they were spelled.
this is a very great book an excellent all around classic Mark Smith really does a great job in narrating this book.
most fabulous narrator ever!!!
the story us as good as it has always been...even though I prefer the "adventures of tom sawyer"
Read this when I was younger but had forgotten quite abit of the story enjoyed it
one of my favorite books packed with action and never a dull moment with huck.
I loved Marks Smith's voice which took me straight into that world. Twain makes Huck a truly moral young being who considers himself wicked beyond redemption but does the right thing even when believing it to be th wrong thing by the mores of the time. I read this so many decades ago, I had only the vaguest memories and was delighted by the drive and engagement, the unfolding plot, with all its side episodes and casual social commentary. Twain makes the case against slavery with light handed humour and pathos. I loved it. Not being American, this is a very different 19 th century read, but for me it is right up there with Trollope and Dickens for beautifully drawn social satire.
Great book with a great narrator
This is certainly a fabulous story and the narrator is well suited to make one really enjoy listening to it.
I think this is great.
Great classic. It was a bit bothersome to have each chapter preceded by credits on the recording. I don't recall other audio books doing that.
An excellent narration of one of the best books ever written
amazing book. super narrator. I enjoyed the book and the clear narration. book was good.
The narrator clinched this already beautiful book. Worth listening to over and over again!