AP English IV. Read this AND "The Art of Fiction"
I was very disappointed in listening to this book: the reader doesn't alter her voice much for the various characters, and since the book is largely comprised of dialogue between the characters (the Earnshaw and Linton families after the introduction of Heathcliff into their lives) and the narration is from the point of view, usually, of a female servant as listened to by a renter, its hard to keep track of who is saying what, and sometimes even who is involved in the actions. The reader's (Gibson) voice is rather old and raspy and cracking, and gets irritating after a few hours.
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