Outstanding cast, performance, and material. I highly recommend this audiobook. Real actors make a difference. Thanks audible for this gem.
a great book always ends too soon
Not EVERY line should be sai with dramatic flair. I found myself skipping large sections just to finish.
Yes, the readers of this audiobook spoke their roles incredibly well. The only fault I found was slight difficulty following the book itself as new characters appeared regularly.
The accents. I probably would have been able to imagine them to have such interesting dialects.
I loved Jonathan's accent, however, the tone in which Lucky was played spoke loudly of her character in the book. Her voice was very soft and delicate which perfectly showed the character.
This was my first audiobook and I greatly enjoyed the experience. I love being able to listen to a book in the car! I've tried reading and driving before and it is much harder >_<
This is the only way to get through all the books I want to enjoy...and still I'm behind!
Sorry, but this classic while read beautifully, made me laugh as presented. Did it seem scarey and horrible and bone chilling...not a bit. While wonderfully presented, it was the stuff of soap operas.
I am glad I listened to the book, and I might give the print version a try.
very enjoyable listen.
I was wishing that this would have been assigned reading when I was in school. I never knew I would have enjoyed Dracula.
Really good book. I am just know starting to enjoy classic books, this is now one of my new favorites.
I would not have been able to wade through this exceeding slow narrative, written in quaint old-style English prose, without the benefit of the excellent narration.
Haven't read the book, but I'm definitely considering it.
No idea. This is the most fantastic audiobook I've ever heard. I've no idea what I could possibly listen to next that could even attempt to follow up to this.
Never before, but itching to get my hands on another. So dramatic and captivating, it was nearly impossible to unplug--even when I really had to!
Can I say all of them? I'll admit, any time Allan Cumming was narrating, I was spellbound.
Most. Wonderful. Audiobook. Ever. For real, though. I've no idea how to follow this up. Can't rave about it enough.