Yes, the stories are really great and the narration is superb.
He brings out all of the characters voices in a wonderful way, and he is a really good entertainer.
John Lee gave such depth to each character. Though I read this wonderful adventure many years ago and loved it, listening to it was all the more brilliant.
Maybe. However, nothing against the narrator, but this book is best read by oneself. The humor found in the book pictures cannot be quite conveyed audibly.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
This book was well read, the narrator was quite animated. The book itself is not quite as up to snuff as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but it is an entertaining read and I'm sure younger listeners would quite enjoy it.
I loved this book, it is such a timeless classic. However, the narration wasn't as great as it is made out to be. She can be a bit dull at times and she doesn't really differentiate between the character voices. Also, there is this weird music interlude that comes between the chapters, it was really unnecessary and kinda awkward. All that aside, this is one of the greatest books of all time and I would highly recommend listening to it.
Each life event blended in to the next character's life and the 40 + hours seem to whisk by as they transport you.
The narration was perfect. The story was perfect. I recommend it highly.
It was really good, I wouldn't say it was better then the printed version. But the narrator did a fantastic job at bringing the characters to life.
Lord of the Rings and/or Harry Potter because they have common elements int their stories.
Bilbo, or maybe Gandalf.
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