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An excellent production of this story, narration could not be faulted.
The story of a down on his luck English Gentleman, ousted by his family and inheritance, who moves to Brussels and becomes a successful professor, finding love and happiness once more.
Despite being reviewed as not the authors best I loved it. Well worth a listen, the story too clearly details Bronte's own feminist view point.
I am a great fan of all of the Brontes, and George Eliot,Dickens and all of the classical authors, and I really looked forward to this book that I had previously overlooked.
I can only say how very disappointed I feel, I don't think that I will finish this. I have really begun to dislike William Crimsworth intensely. He is self centred, self opinionated and downright unpleasant on many occasions, I cannot believe all the praise this tale has been given. On top of this, the story is so plodding that I cannot bear to listen for too long and have to give it a rest for a while. What a disappointment!!
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Most boring book I've ever listened to. The narrator was awful, therefore making the reader get lost! I swear I don't even know what the book was about. the first of the book was kind of interesting but after working with his brother I can't tell you the reason it was written! !
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