I love Miss Marple, so I guess she was my favorite.
Very decent example of an Agatha Christie audiobook.
Yes. Towards Zero is one of my favorites, and Ordeal By Innocence is interesting also.
I think it shows that Hugh Fraser is familiar with the material and does it justice.
I love Jane Austen and have listened to others that were very good. Jane Leclercq is ok, definitely not my favorite.
There are so very many mistakes here it ruined the listening experience. The amount of line re-readings alone makes this a terrible performance. It is not the narrators fault these weren't edited out, but I wish I would have purchased a more expensive version so I could have actually enjoyed it.
The narrator uses exactly the same voice for every character. Even though I have read this book many times, it made it difficult to follow.
The story was just terrible. There was nothing to it. There was a crime, then it was solved. The end. Actually, it wasn't solved, it was confessed to, so...
The narration was okay. The tone of the story was pretty lame, so I guess the narrator did an ok job.
How about all of them?
Really not even worth free.
Best Audiobook Ever
Being narrated by a full cast made the audiobook unique, exciting, and easy to follow.
Great story with a great narration. The best I have listened to. The structure of the story begs to be read by a full cast and this does not disappoint. Definitely recommend!
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