Bertie Thropplestance stands to inherit a vast fortune from his wealthy but indomitable grandmother, a fact that has not escaped the notice of every mother of a marriageable girl in the county. But old Mrs. Thropplestance has her own ideas of a suitable mate for her grandson, and even when he romantically rescues Dora Yonelet from a rampaging elk, this cuts little ice with the dowager. The elk, however, has its own ideas, and the story ends with a delightful if macabre twist.
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We collected a few short audios for a road trip. The Elk was one of them. A nice little story and I did enjoy the British - European accent by this narrator.
Sure. But I must say I prefer American English voices as the main narrator, as I can understand an American English dialect a tad more easily without straining at all. I love British dialects for character voices though.
- Henry Bennings