This sounded like an amateur read through the story in one take, without even rehearsing the Russian names beforehand so as to avoid stumbling over them.
I was only able to convince myself to finish this because 1) Tolstoy is always excellent and 2) It was only 20 minutes long.
Deaver Brown has single-handedly taught me to always listen to the narrator's clip before purchasing the book. Extremely disappointed. :(
Corduner's narration really adds to this wonderful story. I suppose I'd call it a heartwarming tragedy? Well worth the read for anyone who enjoys books and stories (and who among us doesn't?).
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