Moll Flanders

  • by Daniel Defoe
  • Narrated by Janet Suzman
  • 13 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this satirical faux autobiography, Moll Flanders, abandoned at birth, sets her rebellious heart on a life of independence. She is determined to make a better life for herself, no matter what it takes: thievery, prostitution, seductions, marriages, or illicit liaisons.


What the Critics Say

"Defoe's influence on the evolution of the English novel was enormous, and many regard him as the first true novelist." (The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature)


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Janet Suzman has a terrific voice. Loved her reading.
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- Marek

Great read wonderful narrator

I really enjoyed this book. If you have read Dafoe before you will like this as much as Robinson Crusoe though totally different. The story is written in a simple and straightforward manner yet with so much turns and twists in the events that makes it hard to take a break from the story (I'd say lay the book down if there were a book to lay). I had to read it in depth to make a book review for a subject at university and not only did it help me complete the read quicker but it was wonderfully enjoyable. The narrator is absolutely marvellous. Clear voice and dramatic tone make the book sound even better in her voice.
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- Ricardo

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-20-2007
  • Publisher: Audible Studios