Late one moonlit night, Walter Hartright encounters a solitary and terrified woman dressed all in white. He saves her from capture by her pursuers, and determines to solve the mystery of her distress and terror.
This gripping tale of murder, intrigue, madness and mistaken identity has never been out of print since its publication.
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Narrated perfectly, captivating storyline throughout, faultless. A narrative which should not be missed, The Woman in White is a masterpiece.
Compulsive , enthralling, unputdownable
The main character because of his determination to find the truth
A very enthralling story unusually told from the viewpoint of different characters so that circumstances and links helped the understanding of the story to unfold.
"Suspense, romance and so well read"
Victorian romantic melodrama
It has so many twists and turns you want to keep listening and it is really fast paced and there is great humour. Ian Holm is an amazingly good narrator.
I haven't but if they are all as good as this I shall look out for more.
I hadn't listened to any Wilkie Collins and considering when it is set and was written this is fast paced, intricately plotted and has such touches of humour that I cannot recommend it highly enough.
"Excellent reading of a classic book"
Without the distractions of radio, television or the cinema those who, in the time when Wilkie Collins was writing, had time to read tended to have plenty of it. Thus the potential listener to this audio book should be warned that it is both long and sometimes long-winded.
Whilst some will find its style and language archaic it is nevertheless a classic book and well worth listening to, particularly because of the excellent reading by Ian Holm, who catches the idiom brilliantly.
A great, ripping yarn of a story, wonderfully narrated, and with some surprising humour - I shan't forget this one in a hurry. I hadn't read the book, which might have made it all the more captivating. If you are looking for your next listen, don't hesitate. If you don't know the book, and have reservations over the period (1850-ish) and style (perhaps you're not big on other classics from the period) don't let that put you off.
And Wilkie (for those unfortunate enough to share my ignorance) is a man.
"Mystery that went on and on and on......."
Apologies, but I found this so tedious,
Yes it is the first crime novel of its time, but had this been written today it would have been editted down to a third of the 24 hours it went on for. It was all very breathy and full of more adjectives than I have had hot dinners. The narration was dull and he hardly changed his voice from the male to female characters.
I would like this time back when I am on my deathbed please!
Love the way things were expressed in the 19th century, the story was cleaver great plot that ties together beautiful . A great classic
"Well worth the read"
Well read made easy listening. Thought it miht be dated but no,, it was better than watching period dramas on tht TV.
Best audiobook I've heard yet. It's 24 hours long which put me off at first, but from the first chapter I was hooked and ended up finishing the book sooner than any other audiobook I've purchased! The narrator brings out all the characters so well. The plot is so unpredictable. And I can't believe this novel is so old, but is still so addictive to read/listen to in today's times. Don't think twice about it, just get it!!!
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