Beau Geste (unabridged)

Audio Sample

P.C. Wren

Beau Geste

Read by Rupert Degas

unabridged

First published in 1924, Beau Geste tells the story of a stolen sapphire and three brothers, who consequently join the Foreign Legion. Michael ‘Beau’ Geste, as his nickname suggests, represents honour and bravery in the midst of deceit and treachery. An action-packed adventure, much of the plot is set in French North Africa where the Geste brothers have to contend with both a mutiny in their ranks and the attacks of the Touaregs. The novel has given rise to many films, most notably the 1939 version starring Gary Cooper and Ray Milland, and a stage production with Laurence Olivier in the title role.

  • Running Time: 15 h 00 m

    Download PDF booklet

    More product details
    Digital ISBN:978-1-78198-379-9
    Cat. no.:NA0515
    Edited by:Sarah Butcher
    BISAC:FIC004000
    BIC:FC
    Released:September 21
  • Listen to this title at Audible.com

    Buy on CD at Downpour.com

    Listen to this title at the Naxos Spoken Word Library

Due to copyright, this title is not currently available in your region.

You May Also Enjoy
Recently viewed

See more Classic Fiction

NAB Articles