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The Tramp - Stories from the Golden Age

L. Ron Hubbard

Penniless, homeless and virtually lifeless, the vagrant “Doughface" Jack is about to discover that where medical marvels meet the mysteries of the human mind, amazing things happen. Riding the rails, Jack runs afoul of a local sheriff and ends up with a crushed skull. He's as good as dead until a savvy country doctor performs a bit of medical magic. Jack wakes up to find that his brain has been drastically altered. He has the power to save lives—and destroy them—with a single glance. Will Jack use his astounding power for good ... or for evil? His journey of discovery takes him to New York and into the arms of a woman, who has a plan of her own. Together they're bound for Washington, D.C., and a psychic adventure that could change the shape of history. —Comics Buyers Guide The Tramp was originally serialized in 1938 in three issues of Astounding Science Fiction. Its respected editor, John W. Campbell, wrote: A Galaxy Press Audio production.

Penniless, homeless and virtually lifeless, the vagrant “Doughface" Jack is about to discover that where medical marvels meet the mysteries of the human mind, amazing things happen. Riding the rails, Jack runs afoul of a local sheriff and ends up with a crushed skull. He's as good as dead until a savvy country doctor performs a bit of medical magic. Jack wakes up to find that his brain has been drastically altered. He has the power to save lives—and destroy them—with a single glance. Will Jack use his astounding power for good ... or for evil? His journey of discovery takes him to New York and into the arms of a woman, who has a plan of her own. Together they're bound for Washington, D.C., and a psychic adventure that could change the shape of history. —Comics Buyers Guide The Tramp was originally serialized in 1938 in three issues of Astounding Science Fiction. Its respected editor, John W. Campbell, wrote: A Galaxy Press Audio production.
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Penniless, homeless and virtually lifeless, the vagrant “Doughface" Jack is about to discover that where medical marvels meet the mysteries of the human mind, amazing things happen. Riding the rails, Jack runs afoul of a local sheriff and ends up with a crushed skull. He's as good as dead until a savvy country doctor performs a bit of medical magic. Jack wakes up to find that his brain has been drastically altered. He has the power to save lives—and destroy them—with a single glance. Will Jack use his astounding power for good ... or for evil? His journey of discovery takes him to New York and into the arms of a woman, who has a plan of her own. Together they're bound for Washington, D.C., and a psychic adventure that could change the shape of history. —Comics Buyers Guide The Tramp was originally serialized in 1938 in three issues of Astounding Science Fiction. Its respected editor, John W. Campbell, wrote: A Galaxy Press Audio production.

Language:

English

Narrators:

R.F. Dailey, Jim Meskimen, Tamra Meskimen, Bob Caso, Lori Jablons, Tait Ruppert

Length:

2h 31m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

00:35


Chapter 1
Chapter 1

07:44


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

15:22


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

13:36


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

04:23


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

08:41


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

10:52


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

02:46


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

18:10


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

08:18


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

04:57


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

09:42


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

08:20


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

12:07


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

07:36


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

04:25


Chapter 16
Chapter 16

11:08


Chapter 17
Chapter 17

02:19