(P)2006 Trout Lake Media
I've always loved Walden - and this is the first Audiobook that does it justice. I liked the sample, but was hesitant to buy because of other reviews. Alec Sand does a spectacular job - you feel as if the author was reading it himself. Other reviews mentioned mispronounced words - what I've noticed is that the occasional odd pronunciation seems to emphasize the irony of Thoreau's choice of words - making the performance more engaging. I couldn't bring myself to burn a monthly credit based on the reviews and was only enticed to buy due to the crazy low price - but would now recommend it at any price!
While the book itself if fantastic, the narrator in this audio version botched it so badly I wanted to wring his neck! He stumbled over and mispronounced so many words that I could only listen in short segments of time.
My favorite book!
Just the logical unfoldment of the philosophy
They're all good
It makes you think
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