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  • Wuthering Heights

  • Written by: Emily Brontë
  • Narrated by: Shernaz Patel
  • Length: 13 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (185 ratings)

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Wuthering Heights

Written by: Emily Brontë
Narrated by: Shernaz Patel
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Publisher's Summary

Heathcliff, an orphan, is brought to Wuthering Heights, where he is raised alongside Catherine. They soon become lovers and inseparable soul mates. However, Catherine chooses to marry Edgar Linton, an antithesis to Heathcliff, mainly out of her desire for social status. This leads to Heathcliff being consumed by revenge. Heathcliff leaves the moors, only to return later as a wealthy and polished man. What follows is a series of tragic events.

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A classic tale with a well-suited narration

Heartbreaking at every turn. Nonetheless, an exceptional tale which has withstood the test of time.

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no sound

suddenly I don't have audio! I can listen to all the other books I have but not this one!

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a good English classic as a freshner

it's one of the good English classics that is steeped in pristine language, typical plot of a story of those times and we'll paced that it doesn't allow disinterest to creep in. voice over is equally effective with a pleasing matter of fact tone, modulation and clarity. excellent work by Shernaz on a great story by Emily Bronte. Quite a refresher for refind language.

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Equally fascinating as it is disturbing

The narration was a tad too fast for my taste, but easily remedied by playing ut with 0.95 x speed.

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Exceptional

loved it
what a story of angst and expression
the cycle keeps on repeating itself
until they get their peace

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Beautiful satire on love.

Narration was beautiful, specially since the story is narrated by Mrs Dean. And if the story was a satire on romance, it hit the perfect spot. Although sometimes the actions of characters seemed very obnoxious, perhaps because the novel is dated. But all in all, a good classic read.

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elegant writing & narration

i couldn't fanthom what the story meant. i pushed myself to finish it only Because of the rich writing & eloquent narration.

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Classic but not that exciting

The story spans several generations and can be confusing at times because of the similarity in names of the characters. Not that exciting, the story revolves around characters of a family and their internal politics

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Beautifully narrated and performaned

A fantastic story performed to perfection. I am hearing this again for the second time.

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The narration is good. The story is classic

I liked to listen to this, it was kind of long though. Of course, from a modern lens, it won't look too appealing, but it's still worth a read (or listen? hearing?)