Your narrator, Montresor, recalls the day that he took revenge on a fellow nobleman, Fortunato...by burying him alive...
Would you consider the audio edition of Horrorscopes: The Cask of Amontillado to be better than the print version?
Absolutely! Great prompt question.
I love Poe - the man was brilliant! - but this one I always found to be quite boring. While, yes, I still found the story boring, it was made significantly less so by the adaptation to a full cast and, once again, the top notch production by the publisher.
If you’ve listened to books by Edgar Allan Poe before, how does this one compare?
I have actually never listened to Edgar Allan Poe. I prefer to read his work myself - still do. But I'm glad I listened to this one. Tell Tale Heart is also in the Horrorscopes group. Looking forward to that as well.
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