Sublime. Wonderful. Superb.
Thew combination of Bryson's wit and Robert's talent.
Yes!!! This is perhaps the best - his Australian accent is superb!!
Yes - again and again!
Bryson and Roberts in combination are perfect! As sad as I am to have read the last of the Bryson/Roberts works, I am so pleased I can hear them again and again when I need reminding that the world is a grand and wonderful place!
Humour, warmth and passion.
The whole book is a pearl necklace of memorable moments!
William Roberts is the perfect narrator! Mr. Roberts - if you read these reviews - THANK YOU!
Yes, William Robert's voice nuances perfectly supplement Bryson's subtly wit.
William Robert's narrative voice.
Chapter 13 - William Roberts renditions of women's voices!
My next download will be a Bryson/Roberts combination.
This is the Gold Standard - a perfect combination of learning & entertainment.
Arthur Morey is the perfect "voice" for Irving Stone's epic work - just the way I would expect Michelangelo to speak. I was truly sad when I got to the end of this audiobook...
Michael Palin's narration and writing!
All of Michael Palin's books are like good friends, the kind that picks you up when you are down. Michael Palin's narrative is simply superb and you feel like he is talking to you personally over a good glass of wine at the start of a long bank holiday :-)
Detailed, well-written, relevant.
Grover Gardner narrates well, and his voice is clear and compelling. Unfortunately, his pronounciation of the German names and places was enough to significantly distract me so I found myself waiting for the next German name (of which there are many) and shouting the correct pronounciation to the distress of fellow travellers. This was enough to make me stop and give up after a few hours... in fairness, though, Grover Gardner IS a good narrator and I will be actively looking for other books narrated by him.
Yes, the pronounciation of the German names and places made me cry ;-)
If you are not a German native speaker, I strongly recommend this audiobook as well as Grover Gardner's narration.
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