My only criticism is that I can't understand why a female narrator would try to deepen their voice when reading a male part. Thankfully I've never heard a male narrator try to make his voice sound feminine when reading a female part as it would be equally distracting. However it was still the best narration of an audio book I have ever heard. Truly excellent!
I listen to several books each month, and this is, by far, one of my very favorite ones ever. Pitch perfect. The story, the narration and the music brings the book to life. The best telling, including movies and the written word, of this wonderful tale.
I am a working mom who loves to squeeze in listening to books while walking, doing chores or commuting.
I had never read this book, so I am glad that I was able to listen while doing chores. I would rank it in the middle of the classics.
I would have taken out some of the many details that did not add much to the story line. I lost interest in quite a few places.
Excellent professional narrators. Great job!!!
No, it was tedious for me in places and I needed a break.
I personally found the printed version of this book was much more enjoyable. The narrators did a fantastic job, but it was just not as easy to follow the cast of characters. The wording of Bram Stoker's novel is one of the things that make the book so good. He creates very creepy situations through his use of language. The audio version, while good, was more difficult to enjoy because it requires full attention to catch all the details.
I enjoyed this immensely. Fantastic production. Spoilers... Dracula has a mustache. You need to listen to this.