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Great reading by Laurie. But the script is excessively edited, differs from original slightly. It tends to cut out a lot of the specifics and elaborations out as well as the more 'controversial' material.
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Who other than Hugh Laurie should read a British audiobook version of Swift's classic novel? Perhaps his partner-in-comedy Stephen Fry (as the archetypal British storyteller), but Hugh Laurie is perfect for this role. He brings the voice of knowledge and wisdom, curiosity and sense of curiosity that the role of the narrator requires. This audiobook is a pleasure to listen to, and will suit multiple listenings with increased enjoyment.
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I loved it. Swift's sarcastic indictment of the failings of humanity by a less than lucid traveler can't be topped.