Pearland, Texas, United States | Member Since 2012
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.
I loved it!
A story written by Dumas read by John Lee is a real treat!
Pounder did a wonderful job narrating the story.
An easy to listen to story.
I started listening to this on an overnight train from Paris to Italy and I had to stop because I got scared! Being drawn into a story so much that I become frightened is fun, but I have to admit, that I had more fun listening in a familiar environment with a fuzzy blanket. :-)
I loved this story and would listen to it again!
When Mr. Scrooge really laughed for the 1st time.
Empathy in the voices of the characters.
When Elphaba tried to talk to Nessa Rose about Oz and her treatment of animals.
The different characters he portrayed.
The loyalty of the animals that Phabula took care of.
Glad I listened to this book. The story wasn't about what I expected it to be about.
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.
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