He does all the voices, they are all different and they are all AMAZING. He's also a fantastic singer and gives each song a different melody. Rob just completely rocked out and made this a book I would much rather listen to than actually read.
Even though this is an old story, Rob Inglis breathed new life into it with his awesome narration.
The adventure from the start was exciting and never dull.
His character acting was phenomenal.
When Bilbo made it home and they were selling his things. That was sad.
I could easily listen to this tale again and again. Masterful reading.
J.R.R. Tolkien is truly the master storyteller. His imagination and depth of vision has made Middle-Earth a foundation for other great stories.
Yes, The Hobbit is a delightful story and each time I hear it I enjoy something new. I haven't read this since high school in the late 70's. I wanted to get it fresh in my mind before the movies come out.
Bilbo is my favorite character because he presses on even thru his fear and overcomes fear to be great.
No, but I will look for his work again.
Yes, I was angered at how ungracious the dwarfs were and how quickly they forgot they owed their lives to Bilbo's quick thinking.
I would certainly try another Tolkien book.
Tolkien is a master of fantasy. He makes the fantasy world seem real. I also love how he puts some humor into his work.
I just found the accent sounded phoney and it did not sound natural.
One of the reasons I listened to this book is the fact that the movie is coming out in December.
Yes. Reading the book the songs have no melody and the story is a little slow at times. In the audio book, the songs are sung and the story seems to move on quickly and is hard to put down. Very enjoyable and a good preparation for the Hobbit movie.
A timeless classic brought to life. The narration of Rob Inglis brings unexpected warmth and depth to the tale of Bilbo Baggins and his life-changing adventure. Each character is brought to life through a unique voice. Highly recommended!
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