This book has always been among my favorites. The audio version keeps it right at the top.
While there is a lot of detail that makes this story come to life they don't bog down the flow of the story. It keeps moving and stays captivating.
I loved the part about Tom Bombadil. He is a true character that adds serious information in a comedic way.
No. This was a book I enjoyed while working out at the gym. It helped me through many workouts.
The reader of this story did an excellent job. He make the characters come to life without interfering with the story. He also kept a good pace without rushing or dragging through it. His voice is clear and easy to understand and follow.
Rob Inglis brings the characters to life, and even manages to read the elvish tongues gracefully. One of my best listens!
very nicely done, but I wish Mr. Inglis either waited to get over his head cold or would have taken an decongestant before reading.
He sounds like someone with a clothes pin on his nose.
There is not much about the story I could or would have changed. It is a masterpiece
pronunciation of the names of people places and things in Middle Earth.
The moment that Gandalf tells Frodo to not wish anyone dead unless he had the power to return life.
I love reading a book and listening to a book.
Yes, the narration was wonderful and the story is always epic.
I love the Lord of the Rings trilogy and this was another chance to enjoy the story. The reading is easy to follow and deep in its character building.
I always like to hear an narrator do some voice changes for the characters and Rob Inglis was great.
No so full of detail, I needed time to absorb some of the story.
Always loved Fantasy, Futuristic Fiction, and things of that nature.
This is the only version of LOTR WORTH listening to! Best telling I've ever heard!!
I really enjoyed this reading of The Fellowship of the Rings. I have always loved the Lord of the Rings trilogy, but the audio book drew attention to the songs that I always skimmed over while reading the print copy.
Tolkien's trilogy was voted the top book of the 20th century. Enough said.
Inglis reads extremely well and I even like his renditions of the songs and poetry (which tend to be my least favorite parts of the book).
I really like the LOR books and Rob Inglis does an excellent job of reading them, no rushing through it just a nice steady pace and does a excellent job with the different voices as well.
Exciting and fun to listen to.
Tolkien takes great pains to set the scene and show you the scenery. It was well written.
I liked Rob's performance of Sam. Rob kept it consistent even when there were many different people talking.
One Ring to Rule Them All.
It was a little long, but good.
I love this story for it's timelessness, and I love seeing how other stories across the decades have been inspired by it.
No. While I felt he was a good fit for the story, I still found him incredibly boring.
No, much like the Fellowships journey, I wanted it to go on and just savor it.