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Northanger Abbey

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(4,127 Sterne; 106 Bewertungen)

Northanger Abbey is a hilarious parody of 18th century gothic novels. The heroine, 17-year old Catherine, has been reading far too many “horrid” gothic novels and would love to encounter some gothic-style terror — but the superficial world of Bath proves hazardous enough. (Summary by Kara)

(8 hr 12 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01

11:20

Read by Kara Shallenberg

Chapter 02

15:10

Read by Patricia Oakley

Chapter 03

13:18

Read by vlooi

Chapter 04

8:57

Read by travelbratd

Chapter 05

8:48

Read by Inka

Chapter 06

13:20

Read by vlooi

Chapter 07

16:27

Read by Cori Samuel

Chapter 08

17:29

Read by Gesine

Chapter 09

18:21

Read by Sage Tyrtle

Chapter 10

22:47

Read by travelbratd

Chapter 11

18:11

Read by Kristin LeMoine

Chapter 12

10:53

Read by Heather Barnett

Chapter 13

17:35

Read by Sage Tyrtle

Chapter 14

25:49

Read by Cynthia Lyons (1946-2011)

Chapter 15

19:38

Read by Kristin LeMoine

Chapter 16

16:33

Read by Kristin LeMoine

Chapter 17

9:11

Read by wolvrin

Chapter 18

12:05

Read by wolvrin

Chapter 19

10:29

Read by Nocturna

Chapter 20

20:25

Read by Asaf Bartov

Chapter 21

16:22

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 22

18:12

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 23

14:57

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 24

16:38

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 25

19:33

Read by Vicki Barbour

Chapter 26

16:19

Read by Beth Dudek

Chapter 27

8:15

Read by Beth Dudek

Chapter 28

21:57

Read by wolvrin

Chapter 29

25:05

Read by Cynthia Lyons (1946-2011)

Chapter 30

20:06

Read by Kara Shallenberg

Chapter 31

7:52

Read by Leo Vegoda

Bewertungen

Pick one reader!

(4 Sterne)

The writings of Jane Austin are always interesting and in many instances quite fun. However, having 20+ readers for 31 chapters makes for difficult listening. With a single reader you get comfortable with his or her rhythm and the sorry flows well. Multiple readers makes following dialog difficult and tedious.

I hope you enjoy the absurd

(5 Sterne)

Narration randomly changes between multiple readers, including a woman with a Brooklyn accent and an ESL speaker. This is definitely the weirdest way I've ever experienced Austen. And I once broke up a fistfight at a Austen-style historic English Ball. This is weirder.

too many readers

(2 Sterne)

I don't mind kost of the readers. BUT Ms. Kristen LeMoine gave me a headache with those overlong pauses between sentences. Terrible to listen to, no rhythm...

Great audio book!

(4 Sterne)

I really love the book. A couple of the narrators could have been better. Otherwise I'd give it 5 Stars.

Readers are not the best

(1 Sterne)

It is difficult to follow the plot with these readers

(2 Sterne)

the readers, the readers! save us from the multitude of variegated readers!

so outdated

(1,5 Sterne)

Gesine shouldn't be allowed to read. She is awful

(1 Sterne)

Each chapter is read by a different volunteer, which is jarring.