This dramatization is the best I've ever heard done of any Dicken's books. The characters are perfectly cast, and the story is wonderful. If you want to enjoy David Copperfield at its best, listen to this one!
Phenomenal! From plowhorse destined for the slaughter house to National Jumping Champion against the best, this gentle horse was all heart, and so was his rider, Harry de Leyer. "Nothing is impossible with God," (Luke 1:37)
What an incredible pity that Shakespeare's beautiful work is polluted by a commentary that is low-minded and without any respect for the upright and God-fearing man that Shakespeare was and communicated through his plays. Shakespeare would be horrified to hear his work inundated with a non-intellectual, disrespectful, and immoral-minded tone. I am deeply disheartened by this audio, and when I have recovered from my shock and dismay, will listen to the pure plays of Shakespeare as they were meant to be in all their beauty and uprightness.
I never cease to marvel at the genius of Lucy Maud Montgomery. This book, as well as this whole series by her, has brought me so much deep joy and a love for the beauty of life. I'm now in the fifth book in her series, "Anne's House of Dreams," and I continue to absorb the incredible writing of this author. The narrator in this book sounds just like I would imagine Anne's voice to sound. A real winner!
A very powerful book! An allegory of the Christian spiritual life at its best. This book inspires one to reach the "High Places" of the spiritual life with the Shepherd of our souls as our guide. It is also an interesting story and well narrated. I read this book as a youth and have now returned to it after 20 years or so; it is now more powerful than ever.
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