The Life of P.T. Barnum

Written by:
Joel Benton
Narrated by:
Michael Scott

Abridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
96
Narrator
22
Release Date
May 2006
Duration
1 hour 11 minutes
Summary
Phineas Taylor Barnum is best remembered for his entertaining acts and for founding the circus that eventually became Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. Through his entire life, fraught with many failed ventures, Barnum remained a resourceful entrepreneur with a deep conceptual understanding of the use of advertising. This story is filled with entertaining and insightful exploits of his troupe, the towns he visited and the ventures he attempted on the road to becoming "the Greatest Show on Earth".
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Sharon P.

Interesting chronological book of P. T. Barnum before the fame and wealth. Good narrator chosen to voice his early journey

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Thomas K.

Certainly not a full biography of his life, it does include some interesting stories. His bold way of life was probably rare for his time. I appreciated his understanding of what catches a person's imagination.

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Anonymous

boring title puts me to sleep

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Rod R.

Interesting stories of some of Barnum's early business attempts. The narration was excellent.

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Catbaloo

Interesting and worth a listen.

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Hector Q

Of course it was an amazing story of the accomplishment of P.T. Barnum. The store was very well researched and written.

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