The narrator has done a fairly good job, but the problems lie in the contents, a more than hundred years ago materials and English is not like today's American English , it makes the whole listening very strenuous. The contents need more time to digest and savour than normal speed can allow. Even ,for me, half the normal speed may not allow enough space to think deep. Audible.com has to figure out ways to improve the listen-ability of classic materials.
The two narrators did very good jobs. Both were able to change in different voices or tones to play various roles. It hears like a drama on radio. Th story itself is interesting and full of humanities concerns and expressions, which is one of the best characteristics of Murakami's novels.
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