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In 1835, thousands of illegal US citizens are pouring into the Mexican territory of Texas. When Mexican dictator Santa Anna discovers they have seized the Alamo, he is determined to kill or drive all of them out of Texas. Through the eyes of historical figures, experience posadas, tejano culture and three battles that changed Mexico forever.
Read by a native speaker. Listen to a sample. (In the new screen, click on the blue bar below the novel.)
Information for teachers
An audiobook is perfect for when your voice needs a rest, or if you wish to give your students a more intense experience of the novel. Also, if you're not a native speaker yourself, this could be a great way to make your students listen to a story that is read in a comprehensible, engaging and clear manner by a native speaker.
|Read by:||native speakers|
|CERF level (Common European Reference Framework):||A2 / level 2|
|Year of publication:||2009|
|Can it be used for home study?:||Yes, together with the novel|