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Currently studying English at the University of Nottingham - this website in general has helped a lot. In the grand scheme of audiobook readings, it is a refreshing revelation to stumble across an individual with a decent narrative voice, together with a wide variety of entertaining, and at times amusing accents which might be employed whenever so demanded. Some may be irritated, but I'm sure they need to have a cup of tea and relax...
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Unfortunately the narration makes this offering almost unlistenable. The odd mispronounciation I can cope with, but the way that Charlton Griffin mangles Conrad's syntax and his inappropriate and disruptive "characterisation" has to be heard to be believed.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
The reader manages to draw out the humorous undertone in Conrad's rich prose. As a result, it is not the story itself that kept me involved in this book, so much as the narration of the story. Conrad's understanding of the nature and tactics of terrorism is thoroughly modern, and his characterizations seem very real. A good listen.
25 of 25 people found this review helpful
Having read, of course, Heart of Darkness and Secret Sharer, and being interested in early detective fiction, I decided to listen to this novel. The narrator was fine enough, and I forced myself to take a deep breath and relax into the leisurely pace of the narrative. It was well worthwhile. Listening in this way reminded me of the vast amounts of leisure time novel readers used to have and I let myself savor Conrad's remarkable prose. By the time the plot thickened (be patient, it does thicken), I was hooked.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful