We all know this is a great book. The narration is incredible. Inglis reads in many voices often singing the songs. His voice is delightful and the performance adds so much to the story.
what is Harry Potter fans had to wait as long for book 2? Incomparable. A feast everyone time I revisit.
A great story line! The narrator did an okay job.
The only thing I disliked about this audiobook is that several times throughout the book, I could hear people talking (quite loudly) over my book.
Overall a great book. Rob Ingles was a pretty good narrator and I would like to listen to him do many more books.
Imaginative Epic Exhilarating
Tolkien created a vast world with rich history. Each character, not just the main ones, are well thought out with their own unique history and personality. You feel like you're only getting a glimpse or slice of a larger picture. The story is complete, but you want to know more about everything else going on in the world.
If I had that much time to sit and listen then, yes haha
A wonderful rendition of the classic series. The narrator does a terrific job on all the characters. I don't necessarily think he sang the songs the way Tolkien meant for them to be sang, but it is only a small distraction in an otherwise beautiful reading.
I knew there would be differences between the book and movie but didn't expect that big a difference.
The narrator ruined the book for me though. I could not stand his "Singing" every chapter.
Haven't read it, so can't say
All of the parts that weren't in the movie and the fact the movie changes a lot of things
Really brings the characters to life
It had some pretty tense moments. I held in my bowel movement for an extra 40 minutes to finish a part. Worth it.