This highly emotional story is often refereed to as a love story, but it is not my definition of love. I would say it's an obsession & selfishness story. Never-the-less, it is worthy of it's place among the ranks of "Great Literature".
Everyone should read this at least once ! Bronte was well beyond her time in every respect the novel is an absolute classic and this was a brilliant audio production.
wuthering heights is my favorite book. I can re-listen this book a million times. listening to it has been amazing with these two narrators. I love it as background noise and on my long drive home.
One of the best audible books I've heard! Superb performance by Janet McTeer, who reads the majority of the book and David Timson. Really enjoyed this story and I believe many will as well!
I discovered Wuthering Heights through the 92 move. So I read the book and fell in love utterly for the story. In a first moment, the audiobook did not meet my expectations. I thought Janet McTeer and David Timor would perform a audiodrama but instead they acted only Ms Dean and Mr Lockwoods dialogues and reported speech. Although, as soon as I realized that it was according to the narration structure of the book, I enjoyed a lot!
Wuthering Heights is a must read classic. This Audio book version was read very well with the exception of the character of Joseph. I felt like I had lost most of all of what is said by Joseph due to the narrators heavy accent.
love that was with held from both ends ...was finally given a chance in time to blossom after life.
my favorite part is when Catherine said "whatecer our souls might be, he is more myself than I am" how cruel they were to love is really hard to not speak about but what is worst is that they denied themselves the love they deserved...sad I say it be
The story is amazing but I would suggest getting one with different narrators. Janet irritated me within 3 lines. Smacking her lips and not able to apply proper infliction to her voice. Completely disappointed.
Their were too narrators, one who spoked for the story told by nelly and the second narration was by a man who told the story of mr. Lokewood. They were terrible narrators both. Extremely slow