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Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens
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Dombey and Son

20 ratings, 6 reviews

Charles Dickens the author of Dombey and Son, originally wrote the book in installments which were published from October 1846 to April 1848 under the title Dealings with the Firm of Dombey and Son: Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation.The story centers around Paul Dombey, the stern owner of the Firm. He is totally immersed in having his newly born son continue the business, and entirely neglects his daughter Florence. Tragedy occurs, and Florence’s plight worsens. As the years go by, Mr. Dombey sees to it that the man she loves, his employee, is sent far away. Mr Dombey remarries, but his marriage is eventually destroyed, his fortune gone, he becomes destitute. Finally he accepts help from his daughter, and life changes for him. Many wonderful characters interweave the tale, as in all Dickens literary masterpieces.

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20 ratings, 6 reviews

Saman Soheili

April 23, 2014

An intriguing tale that keeps one interested throughout the story. Mill Nicholson is the #1 narrator amongst all that I have heard in 40 audio books. She is phenomenal.


Laura Bowles

January 10, 2014

This narrator is phenomenal. I wish I could search for more books read by her. She uses voices that are recognizable and consistent throughout the book. This is also a very engaging tale by Dickens.


Carol Goossens

September 13, 2013

Mille Nicholson is an unbelievable narrator. I am impressed with the number of different, very believable voices but also the fact that she is able to distinctly age those voices as the characters age! Thank you Mille (sp?) for a great read!


Olga Vasilyeva

May 05, 2013

What an outstanding work of the narrator! Beyond all appraisals!


Leslie Garland

December 10, 2012

The narrator was magnificent!!


Natasha Snodgrass

October 02, 2012

As usual, Charles Dickens spins a beautiful tale. The narrator does an amazing job of putting feeling into the characters! My favorite yet!