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BOTW0120000110Patrick Leigh Fermor's award-winning book is read by Samuel West.
One wet December day in 1933, Fermor set out to walk to Constantinople.
This narration describes the journey before his triumphs as a resistance fighter in the Second World War (1/5).
BOTW0220000111Patrick Leigh Fermor's award-winning book read by Samuel West (2/5).
BOTW0320000112Patrick Leigh Fermor's award-winning book is read by Samuel West (3/5).
BOTW0420000113Patrick Leigh Fermor's award-winning book is read by Samuel West (4/5).
BOTW0520000114Patrick Leigh Fermor's award-winning book is read by Samuel West (5/5).
LB 20000523By Patrick Leigh Fermor, read by Samuel West.
The poetic and award-winning writings of Fermor's travels to Hungary in 1933, before his decorated triumphs as a Second World War resistance soldier.
Abridged by Alison Joseph (1/5).
LB 20000524Travel writer and wartime resistance leader Patrick Leigh Fermor's account of his walk across prewar Europe, on which he embarked in 1933.
Abridged by Alison Joseph, read by Samuel West (2/5).
LB 20000525Travel writer and wartime resistance leader Patrick Leigh Fermor's account of his walk across prewar Europe, on which he embarked in 1933.
Abridged by Alison Joseph, read by Samuel West (3/5).
LB 20000526Travel writer and wartime resistance leader Patrick Leigh Fermor's account of his walk across prewar Europe, on which he embarked in 1933.
Abridged by Alison Joseph, read by Samuel West (4/5).
LB 20000527Travel writer and wartime resistance leader Patrick Leigh Fermor's account of his walk across prewar Europe, on which he embarked in 1933.
Abridged by Alison Joseph, read by Samuel West (5/5).

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