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Eveline

Narrated by: Sally Farmiloe
Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
3 out of 5 stars (59 ratings)

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These adventures of a Victorian heroine are considered by some to still be shocking as Eveline explores her sexuality in a series of erotic encounters from a very young age. She has a veneer of propriety which heightens her casual sexual behaviour and provides a revealing insight into our perceptions of Victorian society.

Talented actress Sally Farmiloe captures this dichotomy beautifully.

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I love the reading of this book, Ms. Farmiloe has such a beautiful voice... I like her being adventurous, forward and VERY descriptive. Shocked no one has written a review....

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Narration was surprisingly good. Story is a classic. A safe bet for fans of old smut

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  • JonR
  • 03-02-11

Started interestingly but becomes too repetitive!

After a promising beginning this Victorian romp just becomes a catalogue of Eveline's conquests, and believe me she is not fussy, seems to be attracted to every man she meets, regardless of their station, looks or age! There are one or two quirky scenes early on; the idea of a Victorian Miss visiting a 'Health' appliances shop is quite intriguing, however in the end it's very 'samey' and all gets a little boring so that one doesn't care one way or another what happens. Quite well read in a breathless manner.