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This action-packed edition of James Fenimore Cooper's famous adventure brings the wilds of the American frontier and the drama of the French and Indian War to vivid life.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Stephen on 04-03-09

A credit not well spent

Not what I was expecting to be honest. If you're looking for romance or adventure look elsewhere. If you're looking for history read a history book. The prose is far too formal and I found myself skipping back more often then I'm happy to, and then having to refer to online chapter summaries when events still weren't clear. By chapter 8 I realise I'd stopped listening. One for American Literature students only. I realise this is a review of the book and not the audiobook though so I'll just add that the sound quality and narration are both fine.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Jessica on 26-01-11

This review is specific for this edition.

The book is always good.

However, this narration does not follow with the book in a true unabridged way. I've bought 2 books thinking it might be our book that had the differences only to have large skips in paragraphs and pages. I don't know how far past the beginning this lasts. I wouldn't allow my sons to continue with this audible since we spent so much of the beginning trying to find where he was jumping. Now I'll have to buy yet another Last of the Mohicans audible in hopes of it being a truly unabridged after having bought 2 books trying to solve the problem.

Very disappointed.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Julie on 23-04-09

There's a reason this is a classic

I saw the movie first so had to get over a disconnect with the way the movie plot diverges from the book. In the end the book won me over and I'm sorry that the movie didn't include the assinine but delightful singing preacher! Will definitely add more Cooper to my reading list after I finish with Dickens.

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