suspenseful, wordy, dark
The final escape sequence.
The ending was emotional and pulled at my heart strings.
What more is there for me to say. Read it at school, again when older but it was marvellous to have it read to me by such a marvellous narrator. Thank you for the opportunity.
The narration of Frank Muller was wonderful with French and English accents that brought the story to life.
The twists and turns the story takes at the end!
No... this was the first one, but I do have Great Expectations to listen to next.
The ending was so well read.
The narrator was superb. I'm not sure I could follow the Dickens' convoluted language reading my self.
His ability to do both men's and women's voice without sounding foolish
This is a great narration of a great book, however it was poorly recorded. The entire narration sounds like some someone talking in a barrel.
This is a classic that I find easy to enjoy. I personally think that, for me, to get to most out of this particular book, I need to maybe read rather than listen to it. The reason is that the stories get quite tangled and have a lot of intricate detail that I don't catch as much if I am listening while doing other things. Either way, I recommend it!
I knew this was a book I should've read long ago but never got around to it. This performance made it extremely interesting and really brought the characters to life. I didn't really understand much of the French Revolution and how England was impacted by events in the nearby country. The character development was exceptional. This may be my favorite Dickens work now.
Frank Muller's reading of this story mad it come to life. The inflections and accents helped me greatly in keeping the characters straight.
I forgot how much I apprciated the writings of Dickens. Mr. Muller is a masterful narrator!
The ups and downs of Pip. His epiphanies and how they change his life.
I have hundreds of titles in my audible library and many more from the local library. This book stands above all others. As long as human society exists this topic will have relevance, and should be remembered. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.
Here we have someone who tried to do right and was imprisoned by those in power to keep themselves in power. Then later when freed the same person fights to free another who is condemned just because he's related to someone. Another gentlemen his 'twin' as he's called steps in to save him. The aristocrats think the whole thing is just marvelous while waiting to die. They truly believe that they will be save. This story has some great lessons and if fits in with the 'scarlet pumpernickel.'