A fourth volume of stories by Richmal Crompton. Described by ‘The Daily Telegraph’ as 'the wizard of the talking book', Martin Jarvis has made the voices of William and his gang of Outlaws his own in these marvellous readings. Roar with laughter as the loveable rogue, hampered by the loathsome Violet Elizabeth Bott, wreaks havoc in this ever-popular series of stories.The stories on this volume are ‘William Goes Shopping’ / ‘Violet Elizabeth Runs Away’ / ‘William and the Real Laurence’ / ‘The Outlaws and the Hidden Treasure’ / ‘William and the Fairy Daffodil’ / ‘The Best Laid Plans’ / ‘Mrs Bott’s Hat’ / ‘William Starts the Holidays’ / ‘William Plays Santa Claus’ / ‘William and the Snowman’ / ‘Revenge is Sweet’ / ‘William and the Black Cat’.‘There’s nothing to touch them’ - Independent on Sunday.
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It is an absolute pleasure to listen to Martin Jarvis' narration of the stories. His characterisations are inspired and in wonderful contrast to his well modulated narrator tones. There's never any doubt of who is speaking in these stories. If you're only familiar with William on T.V. you will be delighted to discover that the written stories are even funnier and you too will be hooked. (Posted on 27 January 2013)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes