Read this book years ago and decided to listen to it, I couldn't get past the first chapter. The narrators accent was appaling . At least get a liver..Show More »puddlian to read it not someone who is trying and failing badly to sound like they come from there. Completely spoilt the book.
Having read Helen Forrester's autobiographies a number of times I was very pleased to find them on audible. They were read very well, with spirit and ..Show More »I have continued to listen to the series. I am however, a little confused as to the choice of a liverpuddlian accent for Helen (and Alan) for that matter as the books are quiet clear that their "cultured" Oxford accents set them apart from those around them when their father chose to take them to the city of his childhood. Aside from this a most enjoyable listening experience.