I loved listening to the unabridged version of the Hobbit. heard first in cartoon as a child, read as a young adult with my sophmoric mind, and finally listened to as an adult before seeing the motion pictures to help inspire a new generation of Tolkien fans. Very well done!
I would recommend this story and audiobook to anyone. Great, enjoyable story. Especially fun to hear it again after seeing the movies.
I didn't anticipate this but I really enjoyed comparing and contrasting the characters in the book to their movie counterparts. Thorin and Bard were the most fun to contrast in this way.
of course it's a great story, but the narrator made it even better. I've listened to it twice
Some of the voices are hard to understand. The book is good of course but I found it easy to not pay attention when I couldn't understand something.
Narrator's character voices were great. The annoying part was the editing. There are times you hear where the narrator had stopped and started his sentences
I really enjoyed this story and the narration. Some of his voice choices for the various races were not what I would have imagined, but it is very well read all the same.
The Hobbit is an amazing book. My only complaint is that the narrator's singing is a bit... odd. I think he tries to hard and it just sounds weird.