Witching Hill

Read by Nicholas Clifford (1930-2019)

(4.3 stars; 52 reviews)

The adventures of two young men, which may or may not have to do with the supernatural. - Summary by Nicholas Clifford (5 hr 56 min)


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Read as short stories

(4.5 stars)

I listened to this book twice and found it much more satisfying to think of each chapter as a separate story with some overlapping characters. Otherwise, there is little or no continuity to this "book". The reader, Nicholas Clifford, could have recorded the dictionary and I would have listened to it...his voice was like warm honey dripping off the pages. Very sorry to read of his passing a few years back, he is truly missed in the Libravox community.

A charming oldfashioned story

(3 stars)

It took another turn from what I had thought it would at first. Well read.

A lovely story of friendship

(5 stars)

Hey Jim of the story of friendship. Well narrated.

I loved it.

(4 stars)

I was totally taken on a journey and apart from the reader's struggle to pronounce some of the place names and vernacular correctly, I still went with him. The obvious physical attraction between the two main characters was tantalising and the love they shared was touching.

(3 stars)

Some great mysterious stories in here, however the overall plot was a little sprawling. It has a very abrupt and underwhelming ending, leaving the reader no better off than at the beginning. Excellent reading from Clifford, as ever.

Rest In Peace

(5 stars)

You will be missed, Mr. Clifford. I hope you are reading this in heaven…

great reading but the story was not what it pronised at the star

(3 stars)

(5 stars)

Professor Clifford you are sorely missed snd are gone too soon. ❤️