The Picture of Dorian Gray
By Oscar Wilde
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Great novel; Decent narrator
The Picture of Dorian Gray is a great novel whichever way you slice. The narrator of this audiobook—like Lord Henry Wotton—tries way too hard. It's like listening to a bad Christopher Walken narrate this classic novel, which can be incredibly destracting at times, putting unnecessary emphasis on the endings of almost every word. Ironically, I do find myself studying each word much closer, so in the end it's totally worth it for teachers, students, lovers of literature, and life long learners, especially for a free audiobook.
Love Lit2Go but not this recording :(
I adore all of the Lit2Go recordings and recommend them to anybody that i think would appreciate them. So far the narrators have been excellent, with perfect voices, timing, and expression for audiobooks. Unfortunately this specific narrator is overly flowery that, while suited well to the author's style, is far too distracting. After giving this audiobook many tries I ultimately can not get accustomed to the voice, despite loving this book. Shame!
I started out reading it on the kindle with the audio but it didn't sound like a real person so I found this and this has helped me understand every thing it is so clear an sounds like someone is really reading a book to me plus it's FREE!! so grate this is the best free one :)