Gerald Dickens, great, great grandson of Charles Dickens, reads this traditional Christmas tale, in which Ebenezer Scrooge is taught the true meaning of Christmas by a series of ghostly visitors.
Published in 1843, A Christmas Carol has become as much a part of Christmas as trees and stockings, plum pudding and mistletoe, enjoyed by children and adults alike.
This audiobook includes a special feature, as family member Gerald Dickens recounts his understanding of this classic story.
Classic British tale
It was all memorable
All of them
This fabulous classic tale is beautifully read by Gerald Dickens. he has a wonderfully deep voice with the British accent that sets the stage for the tale.
Yes. The original story with all of its descriptions and details and language is so wonderful!
Scrooge of course.
I listen to this every December now. It is a tradition for me and gets me in the spirit.
Yes. I love Charles Dickens. And the performance is very good!
How good it made me feel.
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