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Here is the story of Pip and his mysterious rise from abused orphan to gentleman. Magwitch, the brutal convict, withered Miss Havisham, still wearing her yellowed wedding gown, and the heartless and beautiful Estella, are vibrant characters. Listen in to this superb story told with typical Dickensian warmth and humor and woven around unforgettable characters.
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  • 21-04-11

Tom Baker's narration - exquisite

I have loved this story for a long time, but decided to spend the few $$ to get the audible version with one of my favorites Tom Baker narrating. He is sublime! He does the different voices very well. It's simply wonderful to listen to the narration in a British accent. He just does a wonderful job. Well worth the $$, even if you're very familiar with the book. I just wish he would record more Dickens!!