A pillar of American literature, Mark Twain's prototypical coming-of-age introduces the iconic Tom Sawyer and his best friend Huckleberry Finn. Tom's panache for mischief and unyielding desire for adventure commonly leads him into trouble, but quick wits and a smooth tongue always navigates him to safety. When Tom and Huck witness a murder and the culpable Injun Joe escapes justice, Tom, who testified against the bandit, is left to wonder how he will get out of yet another bind.
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This book was an absolute pleasure to listen to! Excellently narrated and consistent voice acting. It is a work of sheer marvelous intelligence and anyone can consider themselves blessed to have the pleasure to become acquainted to such an author and this inspirational work of fiction. It's literary style so accurately resembles the thought processes of children that you will keep chuckling all the way through the novel as you yourself relate, however nostalgically, to it's profound and poignant depiction of boyhood.
A must read.
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