Robert Inglis reads the story wonderfully, giving voice to the numerous characters, and types of stories and songs in the books.
I think Mr. Inglis's delivery of dialogue could've improved in many areas, in particular Gandalf's deadpan exclamation of the quest being fulfilled. He nails Sam, Gollum and the Orc voices though. I was very happy to find Concerning Hobbits tacked on the end, as well as some of the Appendices, which I was not expecting.
A fantastic performance, always a joy. I found this series difficult to read when I was younger, lacking the attention span. The format of an audio book has made this much easier to digest, and I'm glad for it.
I loved these books already so I knew the story was great. The publisher did a terrific job and choosing the reader. He is very good and bring the story to life.
Tokens use of language is very interesting and hearing it read out loud adds a new dimension to it.
Many people did not like the singing but I enjoyed the performances. I have read the books many times and I usually tend to skim over the poetry and verse. Listening to the songs added a new dimension and gave me more appreciation for the poetry part of books
The end of Tolkien's masterpiece. Such great characters and history and the great depth of geographical descriptions. Great narration, as always, by Robert Ingles
Loved the book it is so full of rich imagery and the mind of the author was creative beyond compare. The man reading the text did a great job and I will listen to all the books in this series again and again.