Ancient myths speak eloquently of the affairs of immortal gods and shining heroes, while linking us to our cultural history. Bulfinch captures these fables in one graceful, lyrical collection which has been an enduring success for over 140 years. Now, through George Guidall’s lucid two-part narration, The Age of Fable takes on new life and power. Part One includes the fascinating tales of Prometheus, Hercules, and Ulysses. Part Two completes the collection with the adventures of Aeneas, Thor, Beowulf, and other heroes.
Just go with the flow of the narrator :-) pluss it is very educational. It is not mindblowing, but for easy listening it is enjoyable.
This book is not a new slant on the tales of Greece and Rome by any other writer. There are better tellers of the same stories in the market