Different from audio books but it is perfect for a radio show.
Mitchell and Webb made it easy to visualize the story.
Definitely, Bernard Cribbins really brings Milne's characters alive, in a way that is different to the animated tv/movies we are used to, but not so different that they are unfamiliar. So far I have listened to it twice.
I think my favorite part of he book was when Piglet was trying to convince Kanga that he was not Roo.
Yes, I grew up with Bernard Cribbins and The Wombles. There is definitely a familiarity with the way he reads that comforts people of all ages.
Definitely my favorite audio book so far, Benedict Cumberbatch is perfect for it.
The twists in the first story will leave you guessing until the moment of reveal.
So far I have purchased and listened to four (including this) audio books read by Benedict Cumberbatch. He is definitely one of the best narrators out there. He not only changes the tone and style of his voice to suit characters but also to suit the style of book. I appreciate the fact he didn't use the voice he uses in the BBC version of Sherlock, instead opting for a more classic Sherlock.
Sherlock Holmes is at it again!
Definitely worth the risk for those loyal to Conan Doyle.
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