The Chancellor Free Audiobook Download by Kati Marton
Enter a thrilling world of espionage, deception, and greed in the classic novel from "The New York Times" bestselling author of "The Shadow Box" by Kati Marton. It's 1939. Germany has won World War I, but that doesn't mean its time to get tired on continuing the fight against enemy forces until victory is achieved. Enter The Chancellor--a man who can fill any role, be it spy or assassin, in order to take down enemies at home and abroad.
How do you become a Chancellor? Or better yet, how do you become the Chancellor? The Chancellor, by Kati Marton and Alex Allwine is the story of World War II-era Hungary and its financial crash. The podcast is set in Budapest. There are two main narrators: one is a partisan fighter, who has seen combat and who leads his group to the heart of Hungary's government to find it in shambles, unable to see governance or power; the other narrator is a young American journalist that gets caught up in their uprising.
Kati Marton authored a book about the life of Anastasia, the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Tsarina Alexandra. In this book, she narates the story to Anastasia's six year old granddaughter in her own words with Alex Allwine reading. The audiobook is available on Audible.
An audiobook download of the novel The Chancellor by Kati Marton is entitled 'The Chancellor narrated by Kati Marton and Alex Allwine'. This is a historical fiction, which was published in 1998. This book follows a much-maligned Jewish woman named Hannah Senesh as she returns to her native Hungary after living in Palestine and Argentina. Hannah Senesh is able to create a new life for herself after the war, but she finds that it is not long until she gets caught up in an underground group who are trying to start a revolution against the Jews led by a man with visions of his own.
The Chancellor is a suspenseful novel about the trial of Eleanor Roosevelt's father, but it also carries larger themes related to immigration, class and society.
The Chancellor by Kati Marton is a historical novel that tells the story of the last days of Otto von Bismarck, Germany's first chancellor and the architect behind its modern empire in Europe. Kati narrates a reader-friendly version of the audiobook read by Alex Allwine.
|10 hours 13 minutes
|Kati Marton, Alex Allwine
|Is It Free?
|Biography & Memoir
|Women, Law & Politics, Europe