I read the entire series in high school and decided to listen to it again on Audible. The story is, of course, a masterpiece and well-worth listening to again. My only complaint is that this is an older recording. The narrator does a good job--no real complaints but this is such an iconic and popular story that I think it deserves being updated to include multiple narrators such as Audible has done with Ender's Game, Dracula, Dune, etc...
Remarkable performance by Inglis. obviously the story itself is epic and beloved by all, but Inglis does a tremendous job with the various voices to bring it to life. He also sings every song which adds to the experience.
Who says, "Money can't buy happiness? It buys Books & Yarn....I'm happy! 💜
I've read and loved the book for years. Audiobook version is perfect company these days.
The guy sang all the songs and I could tell he loved it. Very passionate storytelling voice, will keep you tuned. Throughout the entire book he kept professionally changing his voice to make each character unique and recognizable. I especially enjoyed his Tom Bombadil, Sam, and Gandalf. Really happy about this recording :)