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This novel, published posthumously, was the last great work in the career of one of America's most prolific authors, winner of multiple awards for his fiction, prolific beyond belief in the days of the pulps, and then the 'slicks' like The Saturday Evening Post and Boy's Life, through propaganda novels during the war years and finally through a series of short stories and novels in his latter years that will forever endear him to lovers of genre fiction. Serpents in the Sun is a novel that consumed years of Cave's life - and contains generations. It is one of his finest works, available now for the first time.
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By AudiobookReview4U on 01-19-15
The Best By Far
What made the experience of listening to Serpents in the Sun the most enjoyable?
A novel based upon history in the Dark days of Haiti and Jamaica. This action packed book was the last by Award Winning Hugh B. Cave
What did you like best about this story?
Made me more aware of the struggles at that time frame...in the 50s
Have you listened to any of Kenneth Campbell’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes...he really draws you into the story where you don't even realize you are listening to him. Accents of the characters are great but subtle not to interfere with the flow.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Lots of emotion and some humor.
Any additional comments?
Narration moved the book along with multiple voices and emotions and was drawn into the story
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