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I loved this book and the narrator wasn't bad either. But, you can hear someone else doing a recording of the same book in a separate room and it is very distracting. It's almost as if there's an echo. It drove me crazy.
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H G Wells's bitter satire on the human condition is timeless, though inspired by contemporary public revulsion at vivisection. He strains to find any real difference between the repellent beast-folk created by the mad scientist Moreau and mankind as a whole, settling ultimately for the fact that a man can tell lies.
The narrator's voice is expressive and pleasing, but for quality reasons this abridgement cannot be wholeheartedly recommended.