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"Dorian Gray, hedonistic and decadent, makes a Faustian pact to keep his youthful beauty as captured in his portrait. The story, lit by Wilde's aphoristic sparkle, is brilliant, as is Rupert Grave's finely judged narration." (The Observer)
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My teenagers and I listened to this while on a car trip. The narrator had a good voice and style, the pace was very good. It held our interest. I felt it was as good as reading the book, which I did many years ago.
This narration of "Dorian Gray" makes the characters come alive - very animated! It is a shame this only lasts 2 hours.
"Great performance, annoying recording"
Rupert Graves reads this beautifully but the musical interludes are bloody annoying. Otherwise I loved this.
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