Personal Recollections of Joan Of Arc
2000 Independent Publishers Book Award
Finalist: Best Young Adult Audio, Today’s Librarian
Best Of Short Takes 2000
"A vivid rendition of Mark Twains classic, an excellent audio. A splendid production, highly recommended for personal and community library audiobook collections. "
- Reviewer's Bookwatch
"Highly recommended. An excellent dramatic rendition, performed by the top-notch ensemble cast."
- Randy Pitman -Video Librarian
"monterey soundWorks version of Joan of Arc is a marvel. This audio theater takes the listener to places that only the mind can reach.".
- Bennet Pomerantz, Audioworld
Adapted from the Mark Twain classic
Presented by the St. Charles Players
Adapted from Mark Twain's novel. Toward the end of The Hundred Years War between France and England, as Merlin predicted, a great warrior emerged, uniting a beleaguered nation and leading it to improbable victories. It was said this warrior was a messenger of God. And it may have been, for a country was saved and a kingdom restored. This great leader of men, this messenger who united a nation, was a seventeen-year-old maiden named Joan. This is her story as recounted by her secretary and page.
Faithful in adaptation to the source literature, monterey soundWorks was founded on the principal that a full scale audio dramatization using multiple actors, original music scores and digital sound effects created a full entertainment experience for the listener in a manner that can never be achieved by a single voice narration in a typical books-on-tape production.