• Great Adventurers (unabridged)

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We begin the year with two exciting series, exclusive to Naxos AudioBooks: Rupert Degas brings us A Zoo in My Luggage, the first of four colourful, entertaining accounts by the naturalist Gerald Durrell, and Luis Soto narrates A Concise History of Spain, one of six fast-paced overviews that cover all the essential facts. Descartes’s sceptical method is illuminated by Mark Meadows in Meditations on First Philosophy and Discourse on the Method; Anna Bentinck brings us A Laodicean, a unique novel in the Thomas Hardy canon; and Benjamin Soames explores the lives of nine remarkable people in Great Adventurers.

A Zoo in My Luggage (unabridged)

A Zoo in My Luggage is the colourful, first-hand account of Gerald Durrell’s six-month animal-collecting trip in British Cameroon…

A Concise History of Spain (unabridged)

This audiobook traces Spain’s development from prehistoric times to the present, focusing particularly on culture, society, politics…

Meditations on First Philosophy and Discourse on the Method (unabridged)

Plagued with doubt and uncertainty in sensory knowledge, Descartes is struck with the idea that everything he knows is false. He considers…

A Laodicean (unabridged)

Subtitled ‘A Story of To-day’, A Laodicean occupies a unique place in the Thomas Hardy canon. Departing from pre-industrial Wessex…

Great Adventurers (unabridged)

This collection features the lives of nine remarkable people, whose stories have inspired generations of adventurers. With Francis Drake…

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