In my dreams, I live in Amazon.
Enjoyed this very much. Inglis' Gollem is amazing, as are his orcs, and pretty much every voice he does. An awesome return to one of the greatest stories of all time.
Rob Inglis brings this book alive.
felt like i was there, fighting Orcs with Strider, Legolas and Gimli and hiding from the enemy with frodo, Sam and Smiegal. Beautifully read!!!
I read or listen to this series annually. This is the only recording to listen to. The narrator is superb, he gets it.
If you haven't listened to this recording you haven't seen how magical this story can be.
I'm an English major who considers good fiction to be written in unique prose with stand-out characters and a story that refuses to die.
Stellar performance- Rob Inglis is amazing with his different and unique voices for the characters! And it's Lord of the Rings, so of course the story is perfect ;)
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...
Who says, "Money can't buy happiness? It buys Books & Yarn....I'm happy! 💜
Love it. love all of Tolkien's works. Happy they are available on audio books now.
Loved the book and movie, but this audible version was the most enjoyable! Had read in a small treatise on J.R.R.Tolkien's work that the tale was best experienced as an aural narrative. I have to say that I agree. The narrator has done a superb job telling this tale. I'm sure I will listen to it more than once and very much look forward to the third and final episode of the Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King.