Charles Dickens' Nicholas Nickleby performed by his great-great-grandson Gerald Dickens. A tale that brings to life the adventures of Nicholas Nickleby as he meets the wicked Wackfors Squeers, the theatrical Crumbles, and the cheerful Cheerybyle Brothers (to name a few). Complete and unabridged.
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Very enjoyable low-key reader. Fun story, a little sappy even for Dickens. I would listen again.
John Browdie. He is steady, has a great sense of humor. No nonsense.
Did a good job with the different voices, but the narration was especially good - like he actually knew the meaning of what he was reading.
I'm sure it's not his fault there are some editing errors in the last quarter of the book, where you hear him restart sentences or correct himself.
Dickens always makes me laugh out loud. This story did have me crying at several points, mostly related to Smike.
Really one of the best Dickens readers I've heard.
- Kimmy C.
Long as Dickens was paid by the word!
- S. Tolbert