Amusing, intriguing, historical
Sometimes. They're short stories, not a novel. I'd read them before but I didn't remember everything.
Here and there Doyle brings out a touching scene or character. Not really about being moved, these stories.
Jacobi and Holmes are perfect together.
Story, upper mid of the list. Performance, upper end. Davina Porter is talented and just music to listen to.
The Merlin; he's stable in the midst of all the wrestling over states, religions, beliefs, and consciences.
Oh, don't really have one.
The film's been done. I have no additional ideas.
An amazing work of writing; not the best ever, but an amazing lot of work and an original way (well, it was original 25 years ago) to look at King Arthur et al.
a fun escape
It's short stories that I know well, so no, not on the edge of my seat.
Yes, but instead I listened to it to and from work.
I love Derek Jacobi's voice and reading of anything. I love Sherlock Holmes. So they are the perfect pair.
Jacobi's voice and characterizations. Plus Holmes. I love Holmes.
Oh, no one moment sticks out. I've loved these stories for decades.
Yes. They are all excellent.
Benedictine, detailed, historical
Cadfael, of course, because he's the reason we read the story.
Everything. Every single thing.
No, nothing extreme.
I'd never read the book, but now when I do, it'll be Curry's voice in my head.
Inflection, lovely pronunciation of all the languages.
MMM . . . not really.
I hope Curry reads more. I usually choose for reader first, then author, then story.
Better? No, but York vocal interpretation gave me food for thought, since I read it differently in my head, way back when.
Ummm . . .
His interpretation, as evidenced through his inflection and tone.
Plot-wise, not really.
I could listen to Michael York for days on end.
Detailed, uncommon, Holmes
I just love Sherlock Holmes in general.
It's Jacobi and Holmes. Quality of audio was great.
I'd read the story a while ago.
Everything. The man is talented.
I listen during my commute. There were times I sat in the driveway until a section ended, but I've read it before, so no, not all in one sitting.
Jacobi and Holmes. Perfect combination.
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