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Titus Alone

Narrated by: Saul Reichlin
Series: Gormenghast, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
4 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)

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Summary

In this final part of the trilogy, we follow Titus, now almost 20, as he escapes from the Castle, flees its oppressive Ritual, and becomes lost in a sandstorm.

Helped by the owner of a travelling zoo, Muzzlehatch, and his ex-lover Juno, Titus ends up stranded in a big, bustling city. No one there having heard of Gormenghast, the general consensus is that the boy is deranged, and with no papers, he's soon arrested for vagrancy. But there are a few people who believe in his story, or at least who are intrigued by it, and they try to help him. And now Titus, the deserter, the traitor, longs for his home, and looks for it all the time to prove, if only to himself, that Gormenghast is truly real.

The third of the best-selling Gormenghast trilogy. Now available as an audiobook.

©1970 The Estate of Mervyn Peake (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks

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Titus groan, gormongast, Titus alone

I really enjoyed listening to all three books in this series. Very well produced and narated

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Titus Alone

I loved this book with all its twists and turns . The funny character just sorry it is the last book .

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No where near as good as the first two

I loved the first two books but this one just did not do it for me.