This seems to be a fairly common theme among the books I have had occasion to look at at audible.com, according to the reviewers It has certainly borne through in the two I have bought so far. This narrators voice seems to emanate from the depths of a cellar, and unless you turn the treble upon your speakers all the way up, the voice hardly comes through. I imagine a fair amount of self selection in my experiences, though, as I am fond of the classics of the 'complete collected unabridged' variety. The stories themselves are superb, and I for one am wiling to tolerate the lack of clarity for the content. I put this review out there for informtional purposes, although you migt well end up making the same choice I did. Unfortunately, this is the most complete collected recording of O. Henry out there.
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