Yes. When I read Nero Wolfe stories, I hear Michael Prichard's voice. His delivery is far better than mine. It's not the same experience without him.
The Nero Wolfe / Michael Prichard combination is in a class by itself. The only books I might compare this to are other titles in the series.
The pace and timing of his reading, the wonderful voices he creates for the characters, especially Wolfe, and the clear distinction he makes among the characters.
The American Watson and Holmes
It kept me interested, if not on the edge of my seat
He sounds as though we should be Nero Wof, rather than Archie, but he is a good reader and uses enthusiam in his reading.
Can't wait to listen to my next Nero Wolf book.
Rex Stout is unequivocal in interweaving wit, mystery, humor and humanity. Like no other author, he makes me feel like I can visit in my own living room with my own weaknesses and find ways to befriend them on intellectual grounds . . . and to love the best and worst of human beingness . . . what a gift!
Micheal Prichard might be equally as astounding, as he has given such a pertinent and adept interpretation to the characters with his voice. As much as I have absolutely loved the Nero Wolf stories over the years - I could never listen to them without a voice whose talent matches the authors!!! I wish it were possible for Mr. Prichard to complete the Nero Wolf Stories - I am positive that I will be buying them all, one-at-a-time.
Even though one is in heaven and one on earth - thank you both very much.
Yes. Mr piller makes Wolfe seem real to me.
I love any scene where Wolfe and Archie are in disagreement.
For a book recorded so recently it has static and deleted words throughout. Despite this it is well performed and a good story.