This was one of the best audiobooks I have ever listened to!
The voices were so well done!
I cannot recall one favorite. The entire audio was great!
My 6 year old and I listened to this book every day on the way to and from school. He could not wait to get in the car to listen to more. It was wonderful to see him so excited about a story!
Illini fan and bibliophile
The first book in L. Frank Baum's Oz series is a masterpiece, and Anne Hathaway's narration only makes it better. She doesn't just read the book - she performs the book. I could listen to this book over and over. I wish that she would narrate all of the books in the series.
It's just fun. Anne Hathaway really gets into the voices, with lots of enthusiasm..
Wow, the book is so much different then the movie - in a good way. Hollywood butchered books even back then.
Loved the story.
Anne Hathaway brings the story to life.
We listened to the audiobook on a very long drive with the kids. They asked to listen to it again at bedtime.
No, they are two very different mediums. The book is classic and the audio edition is classic entertainment to the tenth power.
The reference to silver slippers made me smile.
This is my first.
I plan to share this with my granddaughters. Then I'll laugh or cry.
Wonderful story very well read. Time well spent.
Anne Hathaway has a great tallent with giving life to the characters through her voice. Each character has a unique voice and keeps you interested while allowing you to imediately recognize which character is currently speaking. Reminds me of the times i was read to sleep when i was young.
Though all her characters were performed well i would have to say the tin woodsman would be my favorite. Anne's voice creates this calm and colected, perpetualy undisturbed quality that worked very well throughout the story.
In the top 10 percent.
The scarecrow because of the way Anne Hathaway portrayed his voice.
The variation in the different characters and it sounded like she was having fun recording it.
It was not boring.It makes you want to listen to it non-stop.It keeps you on a suspense,which brings you to the tip of your toe..
I love Anne Hathaway’s movie so the book was just an addidtion
The part when the Tin Wood man told his story about how the love of his life grandmother went to the wicked witch and allow him to loose his body parts one at a time.
It got sadder when he lost his heart and was unable to feel the love for the girl !!
If you have not yet listened to this book,I would advise you to get to it now!!!!
Anne Hathaway did a very good job... You can almost see her contort her face..
Storyline is not the winner here.
I could just about see animation.