Anna Karenina is beautiful, married to a successful man, and has a son whom she adores. But a chance meeting at a train station in Moscow sets her passionate heart alight, and she is defenceless in the face of Count Vronsky's adoration. Having defied the rules of 19th-century Russian society, Anna is forced to pay a heavy price.
Human nature, with all its failings, is the fabric of which this great and intense work is composed. Anna Karenina has been described as the perfect Russian novel.
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Kate Lock is a pain to hear. Never again.
I would recommend this book but read by any other except Kate Lock. Such strained airs!!
I just could not listen to this audiobook because of the narrator.
Never! Gave up lisftening after 1/2 hour. Did try several times after that to carry on but it was just horrible. I gave her 1* ONLY because of the time she needed to narrate the story.
I would love to have heard it to the end but the narrator just put me off. I gave 5* because it is one of the classics which I read a long time ago.
Choose another narrator.