A cleverly contrived plot in Twain's familiar fable style makes "Hadleyburg" a worth while visit. The story is filled with twists and interesting "what-if" situations. As with many of Twain's morality stories, this one has plenty of cynical satire -- fun and sometimes funny.
Norman Dietz does a great job with the read. He doesn't fall into the trap of trying to "sound" like Twain. Dietz is dynamic with out over acting.
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