*An Audio Short Story Review
Mrs. Zant and the Ghost is not a scary story, but a sweet one. Narrated by Gillian Anderson, the short story by Wilkie Collins is brought to life. Just not a good life...
The story tells of a woman dealing with the spirit of her long, lost husband. She needs help because her brother-in-law is quietly taking advantage of her. Lucky for her, in comes a good samaritan...
I appreciate the story and Collins, but this tale was severly hurt by the narration. Anderson's monotoned voice and lack of inflection made it difficult for me to enjoy., thus I found myself totally uninterested. I may grab an ebook version to be fair about the story, but for now...
I wanted to like this story from the Victorian era, but sadly, I feel the narration developed a callous that prevented me. As for the story itself, I think I sorta liked it... I think. If I do purchase the ebook, I'll come back and revise my review, but for now, I'm off to the next read!
Mrs. Zant and the Ghost
Narrated by Gillian Anderson
December 23, 2015
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