A Narrative of Exploration, Adventure and Sport in Little Known China of 1916.

by Roy Chapman Andrews and Yvette Borup Andrews

Into the lair we went, crawling on our hands and knees up the narrow passage. It was a foolhardy thing to do and I am free to admit that I was scared.

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A famous naturalist and his photographer wife explore China, almost 100 years ago, a medieval country torn apart by revolution, the Japanese military and the onset of World War One. Traveling by mule train, they find themselves in conflict with Mandarins, the elements, the brutal treatment of women and a closed civilization, controlled by the past.

From exploring bat caves, attempting to hunt and photograph the elusive Blue Tiger, and experiencing the Yen Ping rebellion first hand, this is an exhilarating husband and wife adventure led by a man said to be the model for the fictitious film character Indiana Jones.

Read by Andre Stojka and Leslie Warden

Some of Andre Stojka’s best known voices are the Owl in Disney’s Winnie the Pooh movies and videos, the voice of Ernie Keebler, the Keebler Cookie Elf, the King in Disney’s Cinderella videos and Starlight in the Rainbow Bright television series.

Leslie Walden is a Los Angeles based voice-over artist, who is heard in commercials and industrial and theatrical films.

 

Unabridged
9 hours 44 minutes
584 minutes
ISBN 978-0-9857044-9-0
© 2014 Andre F. Stojka, et al.
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