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Nicholas Nickleby is a portrait of
integrity in the face of adversity. Nicholas befriends Smyke, a
physically challenged runaway from a deplorable Yorkshire school.
And through many hardships and adventures, he shows the power of
friendship, dedication, and strength.
Featuring a glorious cast of Dickensian heroes and villains,
Nicholas Nickleby is a tour-de-force Victorian novel. Scowl back at
the cringe-worthy Wackford Squeers, and laugh at the histrionics of
the Crummels Family. While Ralph Nickleby shows you the evils that
money can bring, the Cheeryble brothers demonstrate the good. And
though Nicholas walks through the fire, he also triumphs as a
beacon of hope for the downtrodden.
When you purchase this product, you will be
offered the audiobook in 3 formats:
From C Virtuoso of Millerton, New York on 8/25/2016.
Love the way each character comes to life...hard to imaging you are listening to one person! Great Read...er LISTEN! Thanx.
From Shirley Williams of Judsonia, Arkansas on 7/18/2016.
This is the kind of audiobook that you wish would never end. Another great job by B.J.! The voices of Smike is and Mr. Mantalini are especially well done.
Highly Recommended. Excellent voice characterizations
From Lynnwood Andrews of Alpine, New Jersey on 5/17/2016.
Very entertaining. Loved the voice characterizations
From Howard Taub of Woodinville, Washington on 2/8/2016.
A masterpiece. Harrison's reading makes the story absolutely engrossing and entertaining. I'm disappointed when my commute ends!
From Kristina Bell of High Point, North Carolina on 2/6/2016.
I found B.J. Harrison's rendition of this Dickens' classic throughly entertaining and capitvating. Harrison's narrative made me feel like I was right in scene with the characters. This is such a great way to immerse yourself in classic literature when life keeps you too busy to pick up the book. I am so thankful for Mr. Harrison's talents and for his efforts to make works like this available at affordable prices. I was unfamiliar with this piece until now, and I doubt I'd have stumbled across it . . .
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