The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage

20 books in series
4 out of 5 stars 271 ratings


Doc Savage, pulp fiction's legendary "Man of Bronze," has the intelligence of Sherlock Holmes and the strength of Tarzan.

Doc Savage can do almost everything. He’s a physician, scientist, adventurer, detective, inventor, explorer, researcher, and a talented musician. From a young age, Doc Savage (real name: Clark Savage Jr.) was trained by a team of scientists assembled by his father to ensure that Clark would excel in many areas. Some of Doc Savage’s abilities include (but are not limited to): super strength, a photographic memory, an innate ability to disguise his appearance and his voice, a comprehensive understanding of the sciences, and martial arts mastery.

Follow Doc Savage on his many adventures as he battles villains and tries to restore goodness and order to the world. These action-packed novels are based on the original pulp magazine character created by Henry W. Ralston and John L. Nanovic at Street & Smith Publications in the 1930s.

The first and fourth novels in this exclusive Audible Studios audiobook series feature a full-cast performance, including the talents of Kevin T. Collins, David Marantz, Jay Snyder, Brandon Rubin, Mark Boyett, LJ Ganser, Jeena Yi, Marc Vietor, and Carol Monda. With additional sound effects, this series is an engaging cross between audiobook recording and radio show. The other books in the series are read by Marc Vietor, whose narration has been described by Audible listeners as “perfect.”

For more than 50 years, books have been written about this iconic character. There are more than 100 Doc Savage novels, and Audible Studios has selected some of the best of his stories to release as audiobooks. The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage can be enjoyed in any order, so choose the title that most appeals to your sense of adventure, and get ready for a fun ride!

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