Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Audiobook

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Audiobook

What is Huckleberry Finn audiobook about?

Huckleberry Finn audiobook revolves around a boy named Huck who is looking for liberty and adventure.

In Huckleberry Finn audiobook, Pap, Huck’s alcoholic father, kidnaps him. Pap abducts Huck since he desires to take Huck’s $6000 which he and Tom discovered from the treasure. Huck eventually flees from the abandoned house and discovers a rowboat to push down the coast. He meets Jim who is Ms Watson’s slave, and the two spend evenings and mornings travelling down a river for a better life.

Huck and Jim had several experiences in Huckleberry Finn audiobook when travelling down a river on a boat and then becoming close friends after several long discussions. They come across a house that has a dead body in it. They eventually wind up robbing a lot of stuff from it. Both of them come across a sunken ship and board it, just to discover themselves in the group of killers. They escape with cash and some other items. They become separated from one another in dense fog, however, they eventually reunite.

A steamboat collides with their boat, and they both get separated once more. After some time they both are reunited.  And after that, they encounter the King and get in a lot of trouble. Huck eventually gets rid of the king, however, he had to look for Jim because the king sold him. In Huckleberry Finn audiobook free, Huck eventually arrives at the house of Aunt Sally of Tom Sawyer where Huck and Tom find Jim.

In Huckleberry Finn audiobook free, Huck understands the reality of life and grows as an individual in terms of his freedom journey. He builds up a sense of morality and a genuine concern for humankind.

Who is the author of Huckleberry Finn audiobook?

Mark Twain wrote Huckleberry Finn audiobook.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens was born on the 30th of November 1835. He remembered as Mark Twain, his pseudonym. He was an author, satirist, businessman, owner of a publishing house, and professor from the United States. William Faulkner referred to him as “the father of American literature.” His works, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and its sequel and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, referred to as “The Great American Novel.”

Twain grew up in Hannibal, a city in Missouri. He started working as a copywriter, writing articles for his brother’s newspaper. Twain subsequently became a Mississippi River riverboat pilot. He remarked about his poor performance in mining before switching to reporting for the Virginia City Territorial Enterprise. Twain’s intellect and mockery in writing and verbal communication earned him critical praise.

Twain made a decent amount from his books and lectures, however, he ended up losing much of it in business ventures. Amid these economic difficulties, he went bankrupt, although, with the assistance of Henry Huttleston Rogers, he was able to overcome his financial hardships. He paid off all of the lenders in full, although his liquidation exempted him from doing so. He was an expert in delivering an idiomatic speech. Twain contributed to the development and popularisation of unique American literature based upon American themes and genres.

On the 21st of April 1910, a day after the closest point of the comet to the Planet, he passed away in Stormfield.

Who is the narrator of Huckleberry Finn audiobook?

The narrator of Huckleberry Finn audiobook is Elijah Wood. Other audiobooks that Elijah Wood has also narrated are The Most Beautiful Gift, Witch & Wizard, Book 1, and The Gift: Witch & Wizard, Book 2.

What is the length of Huckleberry Finn audiobook?

The length of Huckleberry Finn audiobook is 10 hours and 10 minutes.

When was Huckleberry Finn audiobook published?

Audible Studios published Huckleberry Finn audiobook on 11/09/10.