In rural 1800s England, things go bad for a young matchmaker after she finds a man for another woman. Emma is considered by many to be Austen's finest novel. The book has been adapted countless times to stage, film, and television.
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This narration is awful. The narrator rereads sentences 1 or 2 times over. The editing is non-existent; you can hear background noises from the street, the house, the narrator turning pages, etc. At one point the narrator became so tongue tied that she said "blah blah blah". In many places the narrator loses her place. It is so unprofessionally done. No wonder in was so inexpensive.
Needs to be edited
The production is unedited. Many mistakes, repeats.
Not a great recording
I gave this audiobook recording 3 stars because it cost less than $2. The narrator reads some things a little awkwardly and it can be hard to distinguish between character voices most of the time. Also, it isn't edited very well. Some parts of the recording get pretty quiet. There are several phrases in the book which the narrator repeats two or three times to get it right, but the editor clearly didn't bother to take care of that. I probably could have found a better podcast for free.