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Haworth's

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(4,05 Sterne; 10 Bewertungen)

The story of an inventor's son, who tries to prevent him and a couple other characters from being taken into poverty by the man of the house who is drinking away the money, while trying to inherit their grandmother's money. - Summary by ej400 (10 hr 29 min)

Chapters

Twenty Years

20:50

Read by Ariphron

Thirty Years

10:50

Read by Ariphron

''Not Finished''

10:19

Read by Ariphron

Janey Briarley

7:39

Read by Ariphron

The Beginning of a Friendship

10:48

Read by Ariphron

Miss Ffrench

12:45

Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan

The ''Who'd Ha' Thowt It?''

8:10

Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan

Mr. Ffrench

5:05

Read by Gail Timmerman Vaughan

''Not for one hour''

19:19

Read by Ariphron

Christian Murdoch

14:24

Read by Ariphron

Miss Ffrench Returns

16:44

Read by Ariphron

Granny Dixon

11:58

Read by Lynette Caulkins

Mr. Ffrench Visit’s the Works

13:07

Read by Anne Erickson

Nearly An Accident

12:33

Read by Michele Eaton

It Would Be a Good Thing

6:32

Read by Adrian Stephens

A Poor Chap As Is Allus I’ Trouble

9:59

Read by Adrian Stephens

A Flower

12:31

Read by ChadH94

''Haworth & Co''

12:33

Read by Michele Eaton

An Unexpected Guest

10:47

Read by Elizabeth Renae

Miss Ffrench Makes a Call

11:54

Read by Michele Eaton

In Which Mrs. Briarley’s Posititon is Delicate

8:41

Read by Michele Eaton

Again

17:03

Read by Michele Eaton

''Ten Shillings’ Worth''

13:16

Read by Michele Eaton

At An End

7:20

Read by Michele Eaton

''I Shall Not Turn Back''

4:38

Read by ZoinkMeister Patrick

A Revolution

13:54

Read by Claire Redick

The Beginning

12:33

Read by Claire Redick

A Speech

8:54

Read by Claire Redick

''Sararann''

9:10

Read by Claire Redick

Mrs. Haworth and Granny Dixon

12:21

Read by Claire Redick

Haworth’s Defender

7:07

Read by mleigh

Christian Murdoch

12:12

Read by mleigh

A Seed Sown

13:40

Read by John

A Climax

20:52

Read by Jean Claire

“I Am Not Ready for It Yet”

7:32

Read by John

Settling An Account

14:06

Read by VHSThompson

A Summer Afternoon

10:05

Read by Jean Claire

“God Bless You!”

9:33

Read by Claire Redick

“It Is Done With”

8:56

Read by mel1234

“Look Out!”

14:32

Read by mel1234

“It Has All Been A Lie”

9:13

Read by mel1234

“Another Man!”

6:02

Read by Tristan

“Even”

6:39

Read by mel1234

“Why Do You Cry For Me?”

10:26

Read by John

“It Is Worse Than I Thought”

12:07

Read by John

Once Again

9:18

Read by John

A Footstep

12:43

Read by John

Finished

7:41

Read by Jean Claire

“If Aught’s For Me, Remember It”

12:22

Read by Jean Claire

“An After-Dinner Speech”

14:34

Read by John

“Th’ On’y One As Is Na A Foo!”

14:10

Read by John

“Haworth’s Is Done With”

26:02

Read by John

“A Bit O’ Good Black”

11:20

Read by John

“It Will Be To You”

12:00

Read by John

Bewertungen

Narrators very inconsistent

(3 Sterne)

A few of the readers nail the Yorkshire accent. However, most do not, including the first narrator. I'm happy to have any kind of audiobook but there were times where the dialect work was painful to listen to.

Enigmatic

(4 Sterne)

One of Frances H. Burnett's Lancashire novels, with the attendant difficulty of dialect for the narrators to deal with. Most of them did well, but a couple couldn't manage it, which is why I only gave 4 stars. As usual, Ms. Burnett draws vivid, passionate characters and makes the listener understand their complex needs and motives. I do wonder if there's a sequel?