The Picture of Dorian Gray is Oscar Wilde's only novel, perhaps because he realized that he could never again equal this timeless masterpiece. It is a unique work, both thought-provoking and horrifying. It vacillates between seemingly aimless conversation and riveting narrative in telling the story of a young man's quest for eternal youth and beauty, a quest that ends in scandal and depravity. It has been adapted numerous times for television, film, and the stage.
I have sampled all of the many Dorian Gray readings avaialble. This, without a doubt, is the best. Wonderful!
perfect voice for this amazing story.
the best one
There certainly are lots of versions of this book available. After painstakingly sampling them all, I think there is no doubt that this one is the best. Inexpensive, too! I remember in the old days of cassette and CD books having to pay thirty or forty bucks for a book this size. Glad to see some things have come down in price!