The Narrator! he brought each and every character to life, especially the women, half the time I would forget it was a man reading a female character.
If I had to choose, I would say it was Milady de Winter, her intelligence and cunning bested everyone in the end.
I have not, but I plan to in the near future
The moment D'Artangnan had found Madame Bonacieux only to lose her so tragically.
I can't wait to read the rest of the series.
Yes, because I believe that the main reason classics like this aren't as universally read in the unabridged version is because people may be intimidated by the length (this audio book, for instance, clocked at an astonishing 77 hours!) But the time i've spent listening to it has just flown by.
The moment the Count reveals his true identity to the assassin Caderousse. I was chilled to the bone.
I have never listened to one of Mr. Timothy's recordings but I was so impressed by his performance that I will without a doubt do so again soon.
the moment the Count and Mercedes spent walking through the garden. You knew what Mercedes knew although she never said it. Her emotion touched me deeply.
What words can I say? The book was just...incredible!
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