Find your next favorite audiobook

Become a member today and listen free for 30 daysStart your free 30 days

Book Information

The Third Policeman

The Third Policeman

Written by Flann O'Brien

Narrated by Jim Norton

Book Actions

Start Listening
Ratings:
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars4/5 (121 ratings)
Length: 6 hours

Editor's Note

Strange fiction...
Hilarious in its particulars but terrifying as a whole, this is one of the strangest works of fiction you'll ever encounter. I promise you'll never look at bicycles the same way again.

Description

Flann O’Brien’s most popular and surrealistic novel concerns an imaginary, hellish village police force and a local murder.

Weird, satirical, and very funny, its popularity has suddenly increased after the novel was featured in the hit television series Lost.

The series’ creators have said that anyone who has read the book “will have a lot more ammunition when dissecting plotlines” of the show. Here it comes to life in a new unabridged recording.

“Even with Ulysses and Finnegans Wake behind him, James Joyce might have been envious” wrote one critic about the work of Flann O’Brien.

© and (P)2007 Naxos Rights International

Read More
The Third Policeman

Book Actions

Start Listening

Book Information

The Third Policeman

Written by Flann O'Brien

Narrated by Jim Norton

Ratings:
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars4/5 (121 ratings)
Length: 6 hours

Editor's Note

Strange fiction...
Hilarious in its particulars but terrifying as a whole, this is one of the strangest works of fiction you'll ever encounter. I promise you'll never look at bicycles the same way again.

Description

Flann O’Brien’s most popular and surrealistic novel concerns an imaginary, hellish village police force and a local murder.

Weird, satirical, and very funny, its popularity has suddenly increased after the novel was featured in the hit television series Lost.

The series’ creators have said that anyone who has read the book “will have a lot more ammunition when dissecting plotlines” of the show. Here it comes to life in a new unabridged recording.

“Even with Ulysses and Finnegans Wake behind him, James Joyce might have been envious” wrote one critic about the work of Flann O’Brien.

© and (P)2007 Naxos Rights International

Read More