He's great at changing voices, even when he's reading the women's parts
Wouldn't change it
Definitely one of the best.
If it were a character, I would say the poetry itself
If there were gods, and humans went to battle against them, win or lose, the story ought to be told by Charlton Griffin.
Lucretius' De Rerum Natura is a marvel of poetry and philosophy, but you have to already know your classical poetry and philosophy to really savor every drop. But with Charlton Griffin, even those unfamiliar with the materialism, empiricism, hedonism and atheism of epicureanism, will be inspired to seriously ponder these ideas and read further on.
I had read this book before, but this audio version sent chills down my spine!
Do yourself and your loved ones a favor, and listen to this audiobook as you sit in front of a nice chimney fire.
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