it's not just the story that I found amazing but it was Rob Inglis is reading of the Lord of the Rings that made the book truly come to life he saying he made 10 or 12 different character voices. Well no one could have been better to do this than him he really brought the story to life in a fantastic job well done it's not just the story that I found amazing but it was robbed english is reading of the lord of the rings that made the book truly come to life he saying he made 10 or 12 different erica voice is the red well no 1 could of been better to do this then him he really brother story to life into the fantastic job well done
I probably never would have made it through this story if I had read it myself, but Rob Inglis read it (and sang it!) so phenomenally that I really enjoyed it. If you have wanted to read these books but struggled with them, this audiobook is for you.
Still one of the best audio readings of professor Tolkien's works.
He was very good.
Yes but unfortunately, with my schedule would not allow me with work and College I had to make time for the book while i had down time from the two.
I have loved LOTR for a long time, but held off on getting an audio version because so much depends on the reading and pace, and I was worried it would be too slow. thrilled to be wrong- narrators tone, voice and pace at perfect.
The story is good and the performance is excellent as well. I wish more narrators were as good as rob Inglis.
20. Fantasy Nut. College Student. Food. Books. What more could you need?
Yes, most definitely. It was hard for me to get into the print version and the audio made it so much easier!
Maybe Narnia (ironic, I know). The worlds are somewhat reminiscent of each other.
Rob sings, he does the voices, he brings the characters to life. It's so easy just to sit back and let him bring the story to you.
ONE RING TO RULE THEM ALL. Hahahahahahahahahahaha.
I didn't love the book, but I really enjoyed myself. I think I'll give it another shot some time in the future to allow myself to fall in love with it. I do in fact, adore the movie though. I can see why Tolkien is so monumental in the fantasy genre- this book really does have it all.