Yes, because he read Gulliver's Travels very well considering all of the different characters he had to read for and he didn't read in silly voices. Pierce also had some incredibly weird names to pronounce and accents to keep straight.
When Gulliver left his Houyhnhnm Master.
1) When Gulliver left Glundalclitch.
2) When Gulliver left his Houyhnhnm Master.
Made me think about how Swift unfolded his idea that Humans are not suppose to know everything.
Now I know what it means when someone is called a YaHoo.
rowdy gentlemen boys
The 4 Musketeers were very loyal to each other and they wore such elaborate clothes (tights and lace) while carrying and welding super sharp lethal swords. I am so glad I listened to the book, it was so entertaining!
John Lee "ROCKS" when it comes to reading stories!
When Milady was beheaded and the Musketeers grieved in their own personal ways.
Milady was bewitching.
what a life
1st time to listen to Janet Suzman.
I liked the end when she was remorseful of her life-style and then the Goodness of God over took her.
Jean Valjean because he was extraordinary in physical and spiritual strength as well as integrity.
The emotions of Jean Valjean.
Such an adventure for a young boy.
Long John Silver
He read the story well and it was pleasantly entertaining.
A young boys adventure.
Better than average.
Friday. He was such a faithful, upbeat friend.
1st time to listen to Tom Aaron.
Yes. It was a really good story.
John Lee is a fantastic reader and no I have not ever listened to him before listening to Robinson Crusoe.
The wonderful story that I can't stop thinking about and I finished listening more than a week ago!
Wuthering Heights because the unfolding of the characters over time and the life stories as they matured. It was nice.
Wonderful love story.
One of my favorites!
So many of them it's hard to chose just one! I loved the end when all of the characters relationships were revealed and imho it was because Uncle Tom was a believer in Jesus and his prayers were answered.
His voice is full of authority, clarity and emotion. He is easy to listen to and his different accents for the variety of characters are easily understood.
I was horrified/angry at the way some of the characters were treated and it made me cry. My heart raced when the beautiful young girl skipped across the ice with her baby to escape those awful hunters. I was stunned when Uncle Tom got sold to that devil of a man, what happened to Uncle Tom was sobering but I was so inspired when Jesus helped him.
I am so glad that when Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote this book and it was published that there were so many people inspired to change America.
The layers of generational issues and ending that I didn't see coming.
The way that the author used Ellen Dean to narrate the story and then the way that Mr. Lockwood narrated from his view and then the author handed the story back to Nellie for a wonderful finish. Made me realize that the 1800's and 2012 are not that different when it comes to family disfunction.
The passion she read with for some of the characters moved my emotions.
Oh yes!! I cried, I was spooked, I was horrified, I was angry and in the end I was pleased.
Sometimes I had a hard time understanding Joseph's accent.Fantastic book and I now understand why it is on the Classic Literature list.
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