No. Alfred Molina, while he has a lovely voice, tends to drop the volume of his voice at the end of each sentence - making it difficult, if not impossible, to hear. I found myself continuously turning the volume up, then back down again - until I just gave up and stopped listening.
Try this book by another narrator.
About 9 min into the recording, it sounds like his mike is not plugged in fully, there is terrible noise and distortion, extremely distracting. I kept listening, but it continues intermittently. This is supposed to be professional recording?!? Totally unacceptable.
The story is a classic, so my complaint lies with the narrator. His speech usually starts off loud but the last 2-3 words of each sentence are very soft, almost inaudible. This made for a very frustrating listen in the car.
narrator was great, but unless your fluent in pirate it can be hard to keep up with. Still a decent read though.
This book is a classic that is always good to read but the narrators voice and accents only make the story come more alive! Would definitely recommend this audibook.