The combination of voice with the macabre writings of Edgar Allan Poe are certainly a perfect combination; however, as previously noted, there are no titles prior to each narration. Also - and more importantly - for readers of Edgar Poe, this narration is NOT unabridged. Entire paragraphs are left out. It's still fantastic to listen to, but don't be deceived, it is an abridged version of many of the tales.
If you are of the inquisitive type, you will adore this book; very well written and easy to follow. The format from beginning to end leaves you with a sincere sense of perspective. I would highly recommend this title.
If you're the type to jump onto every "New Age" fad, this would be a good book for you. If you're looking for something a little deeper I suggest you avoid this. It's not much more than the equivalent of repeating the words, "I like myself", in front of the mirror; very shallow.
It hurt coming to the end, but the end was worth it. I've followed this story both written and in audio format for years. If you've reached this far, you'll be both pleased and dissapointed in the finality of the tale.
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