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The Mark of Zorro

Narrated by: B. J. Harrison
Series: Zorro, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 22 mins
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Cabballero. Patriot. Vigilante. Follow the swashbuckling adventures of Zorro, as he metes out his own brand of justice against the tyrannical opressors of young California. This charismatic reading is sure to please young and old alike!

©1959 Johnston McCulley (P)2011 B.J. Harrison

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  • Jonathon Horel
  • 28-06-18

Zorro

Zorro is always an entertaining, if predictable, adventure. B. J. Harrison does an excellent job of bringing the characters to life.

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  • French Club Asp
  • 15-02-19

High adventure with Zorro

Wow! B. J. Harrison does not disappoint! Amazing voices produced for each character by this one man! I was enthralled all the more with his reading of this timeless high octane enthralling novel! A must hear!! You will not be disappointed!

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  • Caryn Sapeli
  • 09-05-18

Fun, fast paced, and entertaining

This is a vivid, rollicking tale of the old West in California. I enjoyed it thoroughly as an action adventure and a great Western tale.The prose was colorful and the narration suited the story.

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  • David
  • 23-06-17

Zoro

I wasn't a big fan of Zorro really. Actually I didn't like it very much at all. But put simply after this performance and original story... I LOVE IT!!

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  • Sarah
  • 12-11-19

So much fun!

I've loved Zorro stories since I was very young. now, I've finally read the book that started it all. I enjoyed it so much. The characters were fun and B.J. Harrison's performance was stellar (as always).

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-11-16

Epic.

A near perfect story of romance, action, daring and the doing of the right thing in the face of government.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-07-16

Weird

Weird style, weird plot, really REALLY weird choices in voices by the narrator ranging from bad guys with evil lisps to Don Diego Vega who I can only describe as "vaguely rapey"

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  • Mouse
  • 28-11-17

Mispronounced Spanish

I loved this swashbuckler of a tale... but not when read by this narrator. His voice and reading style are positively charming (it reminds me of Cary Elwes (Wesley in The Princess Bride movie)), but his mispronunciation of Spanish place names grated on my nerves. I tried to overlook it, because I really DID like the narrator's voice and reading style, but the Spanish place names are used so much in the story that by the end of chapter 2 I couldn't take hearing them mangled any more and bought a different edition with different narrator.

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