I could not stand listening for more than three chapters, not because of Jane Austen's novel, but because the narrator shrieks from the outset. She is reading the book as if her audience were in kindergarten. Unbearable over-dramatization.
Could not tell you. I stopped listening early on for the reasons I give above.
Anyone with more restrain and good diction: Emma Thompson, Meryl Streep.
Outstanding. He is a fantastic narrator. Narration is at least half of the experience, and I would listen to anything else he is narrating.
Worthwhile for listening to C. Firth narrating a well written novel. Not worthwhile for the story itself, which was the least interesting story by Graham Greene I ever read.
No. This was my choice and I'm sure there are a lot of stories that I will enjoy reading in the future.
The tone, the accent, the dramatization. He was the only reason I listened to the very end. I would have dropped the book in mid course if I had been reading it.
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