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Publisher's Summary

Mr. Damon is swindled, and to make matters worse, kidnapped. Our hero, the young inventor Tom Swift comes to the rescue and convicts the scoundrels with the help of his new invention, a telephone that also takes pictures. Imagine that! He also utilizes his amazing airships, and of course the help of his faithful companions and friends Ned Newton, Koku the Giant, and Eradicate Sampson. Every chapter of this book, number 17 of the Tom Swift series, is a cliff-hanger that has kept readers and now listeners in suspense, awaiting the next exciting chapter.
Public Domain (P)2012 Audio Books by Mike Vendetti
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5 out of 5 stars
By Zalia on 06-11-12

Reminded me of listening to the radio in the 50's.

What did you love best about Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone?

Drews a picture of the story in one's mind.

What did you like best about this story?

Very believable.

Which character – as performed by John Michaels – was your favorite?

Tom Swift, of course.

If you could rename Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone, what would you call it?

The first ever live black and white communication.

Any additional comments?

Although this is a novel, it feels like non-fiction.

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