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Egbert Craddock Cummins, now dramatic critic to the Fiery Cross, is in a quandary. What happens when you are so suggestible that you take on the characteristics of your surroundings and begin losing your own identity? H. G. Wells explores his hidden, but rapidly growing, dilemma with great humor.
(P)2009 One Voice Recordings

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  • Steven
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • 10-15-09

Dreadful reading and poor recording quality

I found it difficult to get past the poor performance and recording quality to get into this story. The ham actor's voice was grating. I could hear the tape recorder being turned off and on many many times throughout the reading. At one point I could even hear a dog barking in the background. A dreadfully amateurish rendition.