MP3: Neil Gaiman reads "A Christmas Carol"

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Neil Gaiman reads "A Christmas Carol" MP3

Last year's New York Public Library podcast featured this wonderful reading (MP3) of A Christmas Carol by Neil Gaiman, reading from the last surviving copy of Dickens own annotated "prompt" text, which Dickens himself used to read from. A perfect, perennial listen for the Christmas season. (via Tor.com) Source: boingboing.net

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