I might listen again only because I don't "listen" as well as I "read" a book. I seem to pay more attention when I read than when I listen, maybe because I'm more of a visual than auditory learner.
His voice is exquisite. A pleasure to my ears to listen to his voice.
Listening really helped me understand what was actually going on. This book is a really rough read and if your tripping over yourself reading it you'll never understand, the audio really really helps you to get whats going on and get the metaphors that go with it.
Marlow, he was the teller of the story and the only person that was not good nor was he evil.
Easy listening after a somewhat tedious description of the setting in the first twenty minutes or so.
Marvelous simply marvelous.
first one. I'll look for more.
Had me so focused on the story and perfomance i almost ran out of gas.
I'll keep this book ready to listen again. Marvelous.
The writing is so powerful and the performance by Kenneth Branagh so exceptional that I could read this book again and again just as I might enjoy again seeing a favorite Broadway play. This was entertainment at its best.
Narrator brought a sense of presence to the story. Subtle but strong. Very much enjoyed the voice inflection and variation of character voices.
Yes. Time well spent listening to this narration.
An adult speaking to adults. No kiddy voice or old person voice which is non-inteligible. Just a normal person speaking a story. Very enjoyable.
I purchased this book almost solely because of the reader Kenneth Branagh. It turned out a fine story, well written and a story line that totally sucked me into it. I could hear the mosquito's buzzing and hear the steam engines hiss.
A well done story told in an interesting fashion by a narrator that makes you feel the story and slap at flies.
Too long gone, two wrongs right, to a brighter day and Tupelo night . . .
This is a good pairing of narrator to story. Kenneth Branagh does a great job with this Conrad classic. His pacing is comfortable while his characterizations come to life with appropriate drama without being over-done.
This book is an easy (although sometimes horrifying) listen.
Branagh is not just reading the words, but successfully tells Conrad's classic story. He doesn't over-inetrpret for the listener, but reads with intent and understanding.
someone who can stand the narrator's dullness.
no, the narrator does not become the charactar, just some fancy reading.
It's a shame you get the feeling you're listening to words being read instead of listening to a story.