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"All for one and one for all!" is one of the most memorable lines in all of literature and cinema. Join Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and d'Artagnan in this classic adventure. Dumas at his best!

Public Domain (P)2013 Trout Lake Media

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Dreadful Reading

Alan Munro's reading is so awkward that I can't get through this book. He has a senseless cadence and his phrasing is so off that the words loose their meaning as you strain to listen. I'm enjoying the story enough that I am going in search of a better version.

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A reject

Completely inaudible. Too low sound level. Bad diction. Speech impediment. No understanding the meaning of phrases - wrong logical intonation

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  • Aidan
  • 03-09-17

Putting a classic to shame

I seriously didn't know it was possible to be such a bad voice actor. This guy... this guy, can't even flow a sentence without some horribly stilted pause, in an incredibly unnecessary fashion. This guy sounds like he thinks he's the best voice actor every. But I simply couldn't hand it. I gave up, I couldn't do it. I really tried to get used to his reading 'style' but it was impossible. I couldn't concentrate on the story cos I was distracted by his dumbass reading.

But Please read this book in your lifetime, it is amazing. Just not from this Dolop of a man...