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I would highly recommend "reading" this via the audio book.
I enjoyed listening to this book very much, the lyrical descriptions of Hardy and the many faceted voice of Alan Rickman are a joy.
I enjoy talking books and often use them as I drive long distances and this is the best one I have heard so far.
One of Hardy's best novels. I also recommend the book on CD read by Alan Rickman (of course, I could listen to Alan read a grocery list). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pilgrim
Alan Rickman narrates amazingly . He performs the book and turns it into a 5 star read!Published 4 months ago by Ruth Lynn Mills
This story is set in Egdon Heath in the mid-1800s. It opens with a reddleman (reddle is a chalk infused with iron ore, making it and those who handle it red, and used to mark... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mother of 9
Although many people cite Jude The Obscure as Hardy's best novel, I think Return of the Native is his best work. Read morePublished 17 months ago by reviewer
Total immersion Whisper-Synch is what I bought this for, and I am not disappointed. It was my first choice for my new Kindle. Read morePublished 18 months ago by G. Clements
I love Alan Rickman's voice and could listen to him all day. The story and language are rest, and I plan to read the book after listening to these tapes.Published 20 months ago by Carly
Powerful book, with a well-shaped story. It reminded me a lot of Wuthering Heights, with the ominous landscape and the bitter and twisted country people. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Andy K
hands up the people who like alan rickman's voice... this in book form is one
of my favourites, i have read it several times.. Read more