This production is a dramatization of Saki's stories, yet the good thing about
it is that it keeps the original texts intact. Very enjoyable listening
This is my first foray into James novel and I am glad I have this
audiobook to read along. As the story is told from first person narrative, it suits perfectly in audiobook form, and the accompanying music pieces are good too
The second part of the story in the book is a narration by Sarah.
It is indeed very odd for a male reader to do this part.
Why can't BBC add a female reader to make it more convincing?
For years I have been waiting for audiobooks with multiple readers, which I believe, are much more convincing than a single reader production. Enter Lady Susan, I am glad my waiting isn't in vain.
Unlike most audiobook format, which use one voice actor or actress to portray all the characters of the story, this Naxos production three different actors to play the roles of Frankenstein, The daemon and Captain Walton, making this classic more believable in its presentation.
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