I found Nadia May's narration to be mediocre. Some of her female voices were in such a falsetto as to be annoying, but they were not predominant enough to ruin the audiobook. The quality of the recording was wanting. Perhaps this is only because all my other audiobooks are in the enhanced mode and this is not available in that mode.
I don't feel the narrators review of the poem is necessary before reading the poem. I'd rather experience it myself. But even worse were the pauses he took. In my opinion they were not in the natural positions. That being said, I couldn't give it 0 stars because even so, who can fault Poe?
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