The original story of Dracula written over a hundred years ago. Captivating, filled with suspense but also rich in details. Brilliantly narrated.
This is an excellent performance of Dracula. The actors brought it to life in a way a single narrator could not. The story is a classic, and coupled with the performance could be a book I listen to often.
I have listened to Alan Cumming's rendition of Macbeth, which wasn't as good, probably because the listener didn't have complementary voices and perspectives to listen to.
It was a good cast that read the book and I loved the story. I read it and high school and the cast made it come alive more than when I read it. It also brought out details that I forgot we're on the book
I listened to this the week before Halloween, and it really set the mood for the season. It features my two favorite Audible narrators: Simon Vance and Katherine Kellgren. The story is a classic, and is the foundation for all modern horror books. It's also a classy book lacking the gross or unnecessary over-the-top descriptions of sex or violence so common in modern books that often serve as a mask for a lack of creativity...yet, this book is far from passive. This is well-worth reading.
The voice acting was extremely monotonous, and it made me very uninterested. I understand the effect was to try and replicate the time era, but I feel like it was drawl even for that.