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Old 10-04-2019, 06:45 PM   #2674
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Can one read too much?
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I have a pal who loathes anything read by the late Frederick Davidson (aka David Case); there are others who dislike Scott Brick.

I did once contact a narrator about a word she consistently mispronounced, getting a reply that (the producer) signed off on the final product (blame them).

Currently listening to my oldest "virgin" Audible purchase Canoeing the Congo, which has turned out well.
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