Excellent listen. The cast is incredible and tells this well known story in an amazing way.
I loved every moment of this story, and it is definitely worth the read. As Descriptive as the Count of Monte Cristo, with fewer dry spells.
The only thing that gave me pause was the cast's inconsistency in Dr. Vanhelsing's accent. He is supposed to be Dutch, but at times their reading of him sounded more like the way they used to make Native Americans speak in old books and movies; with stilted, flat tone and ommitance of small words like "the". At other times, it just sounded as though they were speaking in an english accent with cotton in their mouths. As important as the good Doctor is to the story, the effect was somewhat jarring.
Otherwise, very well done.
Pretty much perfect, actually. Possibly the best adaptation of the book apart from the film Nosferatu. NOS4A2 would make a great follow up on the playlist.
I love audiobooks so hard!
Oh the cast did a magnificent job.
It was great, but it's got a rather abrupt ending.
Unlike the last several audio books I've listened to, this book is wonderful. Great performances, although Tim Curry isn't a major reader as is supposed. The story is a pleasure, not the movie garbage, with the focus being NOT on the romance. I'm frankly a bit sick of everything always being about romance. Anyway, this performance is a breath of fresh air, even though it's old. It's well done and a treasure in any audio book collection.