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- Celtic Folklore, Fairies, Trolls, and Gods
- Narrated by: K. M. Logan
- Length: 5 hrs and 29 mins
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As you learn about the Fenians, Finn, Conan, and Dermot, you can become engaged in a story full of drama, clever thinking, and causes and consequences, both foreseen and unforeseen. Fights, love, and betrayal play a role in the Celtic stories and the Irish folklore from the past.
Aside from the fictional stories to entertain and inspire you, there will be chapters devoted to a historical background to enlighten you about the cultural way of thinking, the settings in which these tales evolved, and the belief system they embraced at the time.
A gem of a book, with loads of information that could motivate, inspire, and move people to ponder life.
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- Amazon Customer
Was there a human narrator?
This sounded as though it had a computer-generated narrator. The pacing and inflection was totally unnatural and made the content unlistenable. I have to return this audiobook. Possible a good book - but awful and bizarre narration.
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Just a scam...
This book is just cobbled together with info that reads like it's wholesale copied & pasted from other sources, along with really amateurishly written filler content, tons of repetition, etc. English doesn't appear to be the author's first language and they don't have a fluent grasp of it. It's not really a "real" book.
Like me, you might have found it by being interested in the subject matter (in this case Celtic mythology) and seeing the near 5-star average with over 100 ratings. After I realized the book was garbage I looked into how this could possibly be the case. It appears this "author" has a whole network of low-effort audiobooks & pdfs under different names (about mythology, "dark psychology", hypnotism, cryptocurrency, "brain training", etc), plus an army of fake raters & reviewers (that I assume is just one person).
Really should be taken off the Audible store. Just ignore it.
- Anonymous User
I love books about mythology, and I have always been interested in that of the Celtic landscape and culture. Therefore, I recommend this book. I also liked the narrator.