...read by Harlan Ellison.
He doesn't do a horrible job or anything, but his narration style is very dramatic, and it's hard for me to imagine a narrator less well suited to Le Guin's writing style.
I'm really curious how the collaboration came about. (She must have approved it, since she reads the first and last paragraph of the book.)
Maybe they did it as some kind of in-joke on the book's theme... (the main character discovers, runs from, and then hunts his [Jungian-style] Shadow).