Anyone who has ever read the Hobbit will enjoy this. Rob Inglis was amazing.
Rob Inglis has many "voices" and was very consistent. He sang beautifully.
Such a fascinating listen. I learned so much and was totally entertained. You need to hear this! The great migration
I've tried to read this a number of times, but this abridged version finally did the trick. I enjoyed the whole story. And the performance.
The author has some compelling reasons for the legend originating in Wales which he presents after the end of the tale. The story was well written and held my interest very well. I love the whole legend of Robin Hood and found this version very believable. I enjoy hearing about different historical periods and how people lived in different times.
Infinite sadness exists.
The description of love.
I've only heard him in his films.
Colin Firth's was the perfect voice for this story.
I didn't read the print version
This story has great action, great characters and a fun plot full of twists.
Scott Brick was perfect! Enough expression without too much drama.
I would definitely "read" things written by these authors and more books from the Dirk Pitt series. Very fine craftsmanship and extremely well read.
I haven't yet read the print version. But, I usually prefer them.
I don't remember the name of the book, but its the life of a man in Cortez' army written when the man was about 90. It had the same person feeling.
He was enchanting.
Battle in all its gory glory...
The character development felt hollow. There were a lot of characters with a lot of potential but I felt cheated because it seemed like no one ever got really developed. Maybe the scope of the book was too broad. I kept thinking that something would make it worth the listen, but didn't really find anything.
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