Yes, I would definitely listen to this again and again; I had read this book decades ago and have recommended it to so many people, just love it. It is so well written and interesting. The narration is superb! No one trying to "do" voices....just beautifully reading this wonderful story.
Oh, how ever could I choose? I would have to say "Fiver" as I can relate to the character.
Being an American, his fine British accent adds to the setting of the story.
Wouldn't change it if I could.
I am a jewelry artist, and I listen to audio books while I work in my studio; listening to Watership Down has certainly slowed down my working, as I find myself drifting off to the English countryside and rabbit country.
Fantastic, absorbing and rewarding.
The story had the perfect ending.
Can't compare, but I will say he did the rabbits justice.
I'd pick Fiver. He is such an interest character and full of nervous energy, I reckon he probably needs a good silflay.
The whole story. My husband recommended that I read this book and I hesitated. Then I decided to listen to the audio book. It's the greatest. The narrator does the best voices and the story was great.
Several characters were my favorite. The different accents were what worked.
The voices, the personalities, the whole shebang. I don't think my imagination could have made these characters this great.
I don't think a movie could do this story justice. Ralph Cosham does too good of a job narrating with his voices and accents.
I read this book many years ago and thought I would give it a listen. The words of Silflay and Hrududu sound just as good now as they did then. A story I will tell my grandchildren. Really enjoyed the telling of it and the writers ability to hold me to the end.
This is just a fun story. You always know that were are dealing with Rabbits here and you can't even begin to believe this could happen but you root for them at every turn to succeed anyway.
I think the narration really brings these bunnies to life much more so than if you just read the book.
I never thought that I would enjoy the book as much as I did. The characters and the wisdom that came from how the rabbits survived and treated one another paralleled humans in community. It was pretty deep.
Mr. Casham's presentation really added to the story. I read the story when it first was published and wanted to relive the entrancing story of the rabbits. I enjoyed every minute!
No I haven't listened to him, but I would certainly do so if given the book.
THE NARRATOR DID A FANTASTIC PERFORMANCE FOR ONE OF THE WELL KNOWN BOOKS OF OUR TIME. WANT TO BE TAKEN AWAY FOR LITTLE WHILE TO A FANTASTY LAND FILLED WITH GREAT CHARACTERS AND STORY LINES.. A FANTASTIC READ. I RECOMEND THIS BOOK TO ALL YOUNG AND OLD. I WILL LISTEN TO THIS STORY AGAIN AND AGAIN, HIGHLY RECOMENDED ON ALL ACCOUNTS
The delightful English Grandfather voice and style of the narrator. It was as if I was sitting at his feet while he read a story he truly loved to me.
Each charecter was a favorite in different ways, I found myself identifying with almost every one in very different ways.
He entoned charecters without making it feel he was trying to act out the book. His english gentleman's accent added to the story.
this would be a great book for a road trip with a family. Most chapters stand on their own as a short story, plenty of good breaking points.
Audible is the best thing since sliced bread..
A total work of fiction that gives life and voices to the fuzzy stars of the story. I started this book with little knowledge of the story or author. But im glad I did. What a great fantasy. Filled with love ,mystery, imagination and wonder. A wonderful childs story as well.