Yes, the reader did a great job of keeping me interested on my way to work! His voice was great and non-intrusive. I had a few issues understanding what he was saying when he read Gullums part, however I think that will come with anyone reading.
Bilbo of course!
When it was over, I thought... now there was an incredible journey!
Bilbo just kept winning the day, it's been a long time since I read the book and I had forgotten how many times he saved his companions.
Tolkien definitely started the fantasy world building with this great work.
When Bilbo was taking on the spiders, it showed off his courage and willingness to fight for his friends.
There and back again
The Hobbit is one of the few books I "re-read" annually. The Rob Inglis is the preferred version.
The psychological interplay between Bilbo and Smaug the dragon is witty, dangerous and fun.
The tone of the Hobbit is more playful than the full Lord of the Rings Trilogy. But Ron Inglis handles both extremely well.
Actually, breaking up the listening was enjoyable. It gave me a chance to relish the story.
The Ron Inglis version of the Hobbit has been the only audio book I have contacted Audible about to re-issue.
Great books all of them , a must have for any collection
Hard to say they all come alive in the books
It is hard to put it down even after i have read them many times
Meeting all the characters and discovering the societal interactions
It kept moving and evolved without repeating trilogy themes
The singing! He also did a great job of personalizing each of the characters through his inflection and accent
Can't wait for the movie now.
Yes, Audible is my new favorite way to "read" this book.
Wonderful voice actor.
Command of various character voices.
Super Tolkien fan here, everything moves me.
I've read the book silently and aloud (to my family) a number of times, but this is the best experience of it yet.
This was one of the books my mom read to me when I was very small. While Rob Inglis sounds nothing like her, his reading is incredible! What a treat for my ears and imagination! Get ready for story time again!
His interpretation of the songs is very amusing.
Like a movie only more detail. Listeners behold, a masterpiece. A work of art that not only holds your interest but keeps you wanting more.If you haven't seen The Lords Of The Rings trilogy then I insist you do. The Hobbit, a book you.ll enjoy
Hold on to your seats
I didn't read this as a kid. I probably should have. It is for kids and I found it dull.
I suppose but I didn't really like him as a narrator.