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Sounds like it was ripped from audio cassettes, old ones at that rather then the original master recording
Very poor audio quality totally ruined my enjoyment of this book to the extent that I cannot finish it.
I enjoy almost all of Alexander Kent's stories.
He did not
I am slowly purchasing all the Alexander Kent Blytho books and this story like the others is excellent as is the performance by Michael Jayston.
The audio is apalling though with jumps, changes in tone and pitch and breakes very badly put together. Nothing like the quality I would have expected. Something went very badly in the recording and editing process
Great book, really enjoyable, my only criticism is it's very jarring where the narrator finishes one recording session and starts another and seemingly random interviews and stands at different distances to the microphone. Nevertheless he reads well and it's a good story.
The sound quality in this book is below that of others in the series which is disappointing because it doesn't do justice to Jaystons efforts
As usual the story and narration were great . But I have to say the sound quality and the editing left a lot to be desired. Think it must have been the sound editors day off on this one !?!?
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