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Summary

Returning in Enderby Outside, Enderby must deal with incongruous plagiarism from the pop star Yod Crewsley and a visit from an apparent personification of his Muse.

©1968 Anthony Burgess (P)2014 Audible Studios

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remarkable reading of an excellent book

Would you consider the audio edition of Enderby Outside to be better than the print version?

Yes because of John Sessions reading and character creation

Who was your favorite character and why?

Enderby. Read/listen and discover

What does John Sessions bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

An outstanding performance creating the characters in a wonderful manner

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Extraordinary book, annoying narration

I have found John Sessions’ narration a major impediment to enjoying the Enderby books. In this installment, the narration improves somewhat towards the end, but in general, he charicatures the characters and sneers through every poem he reads. This is such a contrast to the way that Burgess narrated “A Clockwork Orange”. I feel that if the producers of the Enderby books had listened to the author read his own work, they might have made a better choice for narrator. It’s a real shame, because the Enderby books are hidden gems.