Nathaniel Hawthorne’s magnum opus exploring the themes of legalism, sin and guilt.
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The narrator's voice. I am pretty easy going but the narrator's lisp-like impediment grated on my nerves after a while. The audio book was $2.95 but, WOW, it was not a bargain. I need to take the time to screen my selections a little better. I've read the book and I saw the price and I figured,
I wasn't able to listen to all of it because of the narrator's voice.
He has a monotone voice with a lisp-like quality to it.
I love the story. I only wish they could have chosen a different narrator. Sorry, Curtis.
I wish I would have read the review first, this is a horrible audio. it is so slow. It sounds worse that a recording of a robot. I would never buy any work by this man again or suggest anyone to buy it. I am reading it for school and i am so disappointed that it is ruining the story
I am reading this for school, and is sounds like they recorded all the words then played them all strung together. It sounds horrible and it is read really slowly.
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