More Tim Curry! Not nearly enough was narrated by him. 'Dracula' is a product of its time so even though the beginning of the boom is fantastic the female characters (at no fault of the actresses) are less than inspiring. However, still a classic.
I loved the actors in this classic book. It helped me keep all the different perspectives straight. I also enjoyed how it was told through letters and diary entries. It gave you insight into each character's experience. Great listen!!!
Absolutely loved this and couldn't stop listening! I think I only stopped twice to sleep! The entire cast shone! Have recommended to all my bookish friends.
Certain aspect of the story were very engaging, but others seemed dull. Certain narratives were acted out well, but I couldn't stand the performance of a certain lead.
Ending seemed rushed and tacked on.
Tim Curry nailed it, but the main female protagonist wasn't well done.
No, I was not left wanting more.
I love Alan Cummings presence and diction on this rendition of Bram Stoker's Dracula, his voice and characterization is perfect for the time period and easily captivates you though-out the novel. I would have liked to hear more from Tim Curry, as his passages were very limited. I am a big fan of his acting and his name tied to this audible book was a contributing factor in my decision to purchase it, but his contributions although wonderful, were minimal. The story cannot be denied as a classic in literature, drags a bit at times but to be expected from the time in-which it was written, but the only reason these passages seem to drag is because of the thrill and excitement associated with the first 5 or so chapters. Hope you enjoy and decide to pick this for your next audible purchase.