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A young Puritan woman gives birth to an illegitimate child in 17th-century New England and must endure public condemnation and the burden of a terrible secret.
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By Carol A. Rupkalvis on 03-07-08

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Excellent audio rendation of the book. It was entertaining, thought provoking and insightful. Totally enjoyed this recording.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Mitchell on 05-12-05

How not to read a book

Annie Wauters, the reader, over-dramatizes events and over-characterizes voices. Must she lower her voice to a grating rasp to depict Roger Chillingsworth, or raise it to a squeeky falsetto for Pearl? A tiresome listen.

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