Rob Inglis did an amazing job.
The Lord of the Rings is a masterpiece in its own right but Rob Inglis brought it to life.
Did not read it.
Xela. She was quite a character, unusual, artsy, and smart.
No but I would again.
I don't know in one sitting but I certainly couldn't wait to get back to it!
This was a surprisingly exciting story enhanced by the talented Ray Porter. Twists and turns and heart-stopping action. Mysterious, too. What a treat!
It didn't end as expected.
So many twists and turns.
They did an excellent job with the main characters as well as all the extra players.
It was a bit slow at first but worth the wait. It took a minute to understand the time sequence. I enjoyed it and wanted to hear what happened next...
Considering that these books have been favorites of mine for years, I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the Audiobook and how much I enjoyed it.
The different voices.
I think I like it when the Bilbo sneaks away from the mountain to meet with the others and bargains away the Arkenstone.
Lucas Davenport -- he felt bad about Gabriella and wouldn't let go. And, he drives that Porche.
Richard Ferrone reads these stories and you don't listen thinking, that's Richard Ferrone. He has the ability to give each character an individual personality. Sometimes it's amazing.
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