yes if they listen to audible books
tom barnaby of course, because unlike sooo many detectives, he is perfectly normal, loves his family and not" on the prowl" yet he is still very smart!
lets me read while driving long hours, keeps me interested and awake, keeps me in the story and NOT distracted or frustrated by his narration
love the TV series, but love the books better because there is so much more to all the characters, not just Barnaby and troy.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Cadfael Sorrry, can't do it in 3
when Cadfael leaves his sword on the altar
enjoyed all of them
Fantastic series. Even though Derick Jacobi does a fine job in the tv series, the tv script is a very poor rendition of Ellis Peters plot, characters, and historical backgound of this time of Civil war in England.
The friendship and loyalty of the characters, the sharpness of Cadfael's mind, and the wonderful narration of Steven Thorne make this series an outstanding listen.
only in this series
narrator was actually pretty good but what he had to say was too disgusting to listen to most of the time. kept fast forwarding to find something reedeming about the book. his accents, especially Ikey(Fagan) was Ron Moody perfect.
loved this book when I read it in high school 50 years ago, hated listening to it, could only stand about 30 minutes at a stretch.
everytime I turned it off
still waiting to get to the end so I can delete it, which will be my most moving moment
narrator's sarcasm was as irratating as finger nails on a Chalk board, am still kicking myself for not getting the George Guidall version.
seldom listen to any book again because I know the storyline.
when the japs found the radio, and Marlow and his 2 pals were left in their hut instead of being taken away?????
adds to, rather than detracts from the story. Very fine dialects
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