The Napoleon of Notting Hill

G. K. Chesterton (1874 - 1936)

While the novel is humorous (one instance has the King sitting on top of an omnibus and speaking to it as to a horse: "Forward, my beauty, my Arab," he said, patting the omnibus encouragingly, "fleetest of all thy bounding tribe"), it is also an adventure story: Chesterton is not afraid to let blood be drawn in his battles, fought with sword and halberd in the London streets, and Wayne thinks up a few ingenious strategies; and, finally, the novel is philosophical, considering the value of one man's actions and the virtue of respect for one's enemies. (Summary from Wikipedia)

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Fantastic Fiction, Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Dedication Ray Clare
Play 01 Book 1 Chapter 1 Introductory Remarks on the Art of Prophecy Ray Clare
Play 02 Book 1 Chapter 2 The Man in Green Ray Clare
Play 03 Book 1 Chapter 3 - The Hill of Humour Ray Clare
Play 04 Book 2 Chapter 1 The Charter of the Cities Ray Clare
Play 05 Book 2 Chapter 2 The Council of the Provosts Ray Clare
Play 06 Book 2 Chapter 3 Enter a Lunatic Ray Clare
Play 07 Book 3 Chapter 1 The Mental Condition of Adam Wayne Ray Clare
Play 08 Book 3 Chapter 2 The Remarkable Mr. Turnbull Ray Clare
Play 09 Book 3 Chapter 3 The Experiment of Mr. Buck Ray Clare
Play 10 Book 4 Chapter 1 The Battle of the Lamp Ray Clare
Play 11 Book 4 Chapter 2 The Correspondent of the "Court Journal" Ray Clare
Play 12 Book 4 Chapter 3 The Great Army of South Kensington Ray Clare
Play 13 Book 5 Chapter 1 The Empire of Notting Hill Ray Clare
Play 14 Book 5 Chapter 2 The Last Battle Ray Clare
Play 15 Book 5 Chapter 3 Two Voices Ray Clare