Dullsville. Very abreviate stories and no real conection to the characters is formed. The narrator mispronounces words. No sense of neigborhood culture emerges.
This is so badly read that you realize the narrator is uneducated. He constantly mangles words and his tone and elocution are so far from what the youthful, spirited writing of FSF deserves. This is an awful treatment of fine American fiction. FSF would die if he heard this reading.
How does Audible produce these works? Is there any quality control? This is one of many examples of terrible mispronunciations that populate Audible productions.
Get a hard copy - the Audible narration is appalling. Imagine Marty Stauffer from "Wild America" describing burrowing techniques of woodchucks, or Mr. Rogers telling a children's tale. Completely wrong for the telling of a monumental battle story.
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