This is the haunting tale of Lily Bart, arrogant, brilliant and beautiful, who was envied and sought after by society until she broke one of its cardinal rules. AVAILABLE ON CASSETTE ONLY.
This series of verbal tapestries adapts well to the verbal format. Reader Flo Gibson adds to the aura of the era…An example of an audio version’s ability to bring unusual depth to a classic work
Sunday Eagle Tribune, May 27, 1990
... “House of Mirth” got lost when I moved... It doesn't seem the sort of thing movers would covet. Still, I like to fantasize about big strong Bekins men driving back and forth across the U.S. falling in love with your wonderful mellifluous voice and weeping over Lily Bart...
J. Le Belle
No serious audio-book collection would be complete without at least one title by Edith Wharton…And for Wharton narrators, you can’t do better than Flo Gibson…A lesser reader might be tempted to take a tongue-in-cheek approach, but Gibson takes the novel, and the characters, seriously.
Sandy Bauers, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 17, 1989