Listen to the story of Pip, an English orphan who rises to wealth. After he deserts his true friends, he becomes humbled by his own arrogance. Great Expectations is Dickens at his finest.
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yes. To ensure I discover and get all the clues that link all the characters and situations in the story.
No other that I can compare with at this time.
It was a good performance.
It seems the narrator had too low a volume at certain points. Part of Chapter 52 was not on the audio.
Pip. Obviously for his self realization of how he treated the other characters in his rise to Great Expectations and his actions once the truth was revealed.
No. I have so much to read/listen to.
When pip finds out about his good fortune.
The narrator really killed this for me. This was my first foray into the audiobook world and I found myself fighting to stay awake in broad daylight. He was monotone and without inflection. He was just reading the words. If you read/listen to great expectations I recommend choosing another narrator.
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