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Uneasy Money

Narrated by: Stewart Crank
Length: 7 hrs and 30 mins
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William FitzWilliam Delamere Chalmers, also known as Lord Dawlish or simply Bill, goes to America to seek his fortune. A fortune unexpectedly finds him, leading to complicated adventures with greedy relatives, snobbish dowagers, dogs, chickens, and a monkey.  

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Pronunciation

This narrator is decent. Unlike many others, he does not sound like a third grader forced to read for a class.

I do wish he'd done a quick google on how to pronounce noblesse oblige. He has to say it over and over so it would be nice if he wasn't saying it so absurdly.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNg-7-RnSM4

He also does a pretty wretched job of women's voices, but it's still better than the complete monotone most of these narrators are doing. It sounds a bit like how watching the old BBC Jeeves and Wooster representation of women feels.

But, I love Wodehouse and I'm glad someone is mostly up to the job of presenting his work in the humorous fashion it deserves.