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As most classic book, it is somewhat outdated, naive, brilliant and enjoyable at the same time. I did not like this narrator.
Humble IT Guy and Father
This was my first dive into the works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I listened to a few samples by other narrators but Edward Raleigh really made the characters come to life. There is one short story from this set that has a stand in narrator. He is good as well but I was glad when it switched back to Raleigh for the subsequent stories.
Who is the other narrator? Could it be Jason Isaacs?
There is a terrible cut mid-way through a story (actually mid-way through a sentence) dividing Parts 1 and 2.
This is an enjoyable set of stories that blend together with the companionable Dr. Watson "narrating". Fun!
The book's narrator changes half way through and I feel very strongly that the narrator at the start is Fredrick Davidson. They are both fine but it is frustrating that the credits aren't correct.
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