Set in seventeenth-century Massachusetts, Hawthorne's masterwork was originally subtitled "a romance," though its themes include the limits of law, the power of religion, and the nature of sin. Equal parts tragic love story and social commentary, The Scarlet Letter brings to life the undying human need to keep secrets.
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By Jacob Thompson on 07-11-17
Ruined by the narration
This shouldn’t reflect on the book itself, as it was a very good book that I have read years ago, but the narrator was so monotone and gave such a lack luster performance that it was really hard to follow along. In places where he should have had some “emotion” or “inflection in his voice” it was just like an ongoing run on sentence type of reading. I got this version because of the low cost, but I’d recommend one that costs a little more and with better narrator. Just my two cents.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Alexa the Bookworm on 13-11-17
The narrator makes the slightly dry story come alive! I loved it and the voices they did.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful