Dragonwyck (Coronet Books)
2 journalers for this copy...
"In after-years Miranda knew that her first sight of Dragonwyck was the most vivid and significant impression of her life."
Quite evocative, I feel!
Released 16 yrs ago (10/1/2005 UTC) at
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Being sent to nice_cup_of_tea as a RABCK. If I can get to the front of the queue at the Post Office it'll go on October the first, otherwise it'll be October the 10th!
Thanks TurquoiseFloyd, this will be released sometime soon!
When Miranda Wells is summoned by her distant cousin Nicholas Van Ryn to live with his family at his luxurious residence in Hudson, New York, she thinks her dreams of romance will come true. The land of the Dutch settlers is not home to narrator Bonnie Hurren, and she gives acceptable, if not colloquial, pronunciation to the names of the many towns in the area. Otherwise, her entire reading is masterful-offering extremely exact characters. This control gives the Gothic novel all the shades of eeriness the author means us to hear. J.P. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine