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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was first published in 1866 and has gone on to become one of the most told Gothic stories of all time.
In this new recording, Paapa Essiedu breathes new life into the classic tale.
Robert Louis Stevenson's dark psychological fantasy follows a respectable London lawyer as he investigates the strange relationship between his old friend Dr Henry Jekyll and the evil Edward Hyde.
Its sensitive portrayal of man's dual nature is moving, beautiful and terrifying in equal measure.
Photographer Credit: Ruth Crafer.
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- Anonymous User
Wonderful Story, Almost Wonderful Performance
The narrator unfortunately lacked the ability to pronounce every word correctly, but good all the same. I would just warn you ahead of time that you will likely be drawn out of the story at points. Fantastic in almost every way, I just wish that when narrators find themselves unsure as to how to pronounce something they would look it uo rather than just taking a random stab in the dark.
2 people found this helpful
Not for me.
For clarity, I only listened to an hour of this before I had to stop. The story didn't grip me and unfortunately, I just couldn't get into it. Sadly the narration felt bland and didn't engage. The character voices were better but it still didn't work for me. There was drama in the voices but not in the narration. Overall, it just wasn't my cup of tea.
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- Gerry M
Excellent story but narration spoiled it for me
I knew the rough story but had neither read it fully or listened to it in its entirety. The story is fascinating but in this instance the narrator was far too halting for my liking. At times there was a slight stop after every word in a sentence which detracted from the delivery most annoyingly. The narration for me spoiled the story.