Jane Austen's most famous novel, Pride and Prejudice, is brought to sparkling life in this new unabridged recording by AudioFile earphones award winning narrator Alison Larkin. A witty and always original voice, Alison Larkin is the perfect vessel to bring Jane Austen's classically satirical second novel to a new audience. This fresh and hugely entertaining listen from 'the English American' joined with Austen's deft satire, results in pure, boundless FUN.
"Alison Larkin is a wonderful British lady that delivers the best possible way to enjoy
Pride and Prejudice with some unforgettable performances." (
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Brilliant new recording!
My absolute favorite so far! I love listening to classic novels and I am a fan of both Alison Larkin and Jane Austen so I was thrilled to hear about this recording.
You can't pick just one, as they're all so distinct. Alison Larkin's portrayal of Mrs Bennet is very, very funny. So is her portrayal of Mr Collins. Elizabeth, Jane, Lydia, Mr Darcy, Mr Wickham - they're all very different and wonderful characters in their own way.
A gift for bringing each character to life in a real way. You feel like you're there, in England at the start of the 19th century! It's a totally accessible read - not boring for ONE MOMENT and Alison Larkin has a way of playing the male characters that is real. I'm going to play it to my 12 year old daughter. It will be a great way to introduce her to Jane Austen.
I was very moved by the part of the book when Elizabeth finds out what Darcy has done for her sister and her family.
There are other recordings of this great novel and I have listened to a couple of them. Even the famous actresses didnt come close to this recording which has all of Jane Austen's wit and life, combined with the depth that makes Austen's books so unforgettable. Sometimes a narrator and author fit perfectly. This is one of those times. And I loved the music too! I THINK it's Alison Larkin singing one of the songs between the chapters towards the end - hard to say - but that's really different. The song sounds like it's one of the Bennet singers singing. I loved it!
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This is more than an audiobook. This is theatre!