I love the narration of the Inspector Gamache series, but I struggle to follow the audio version because the chapters are broken up into tiny segments and flip quickly back and forth between different scenes. The key quality I like about Michael Page is his world-class dry, sarcastic tone used in narration. Details zum Angebot Wählen Sie im Probemonat ein kostenloses Hörbuch Ihrer Wahl. It was only on a few years but all four seasons 6 episodes each , plus a Christmas special and the final double-length finale are on Audible. I also suggest if you want a more traditional fantasy tale, then start with. The narration is also wonderfully done.
She's 60 years old, divorced, a successful realtor. MacLeod shares just enough of the gritty details that you can imagine doing the same. On another note, I love the Lonesome Dove series so much that my husband and I named our third child Augustus Gus after Augustus McCrae. Katherine Kellgren does a superb job of voicing young cockney Jacky Faber, and what a ride! Circe was another absolute fav as an audio book. Even better, the very great Michael Krammer — you know, the same narrator who narrates The Wheel of Time, The Way of Kings, and the Mistborn books — narrates this one, giving you even more of a Wheel of Time experience. I recommend the latter, which has 12,000 words more than than the original audiobook, and features an introduction read by Gaiman himself, as well as a full cast of performers bringing his unforgettable vision of America to life. I also love to listen to light series books as I grocery shop or clean.
Ihr monatliches Hörbuch können Sie immer frei aus über 200. . When books are narrated in the intended accent, its absolutely beautiful! Plus the audio is narrated by Edward Herrmann Richard from Gilmore Girls in my mind , who is wonderful. Ove is gradually warmed over time by an unlikely friendship forged with his neighbors. If you are drawn to warm-hearted, likable characters, this one's for you. Or so it seems, until Çeda, a brave young woman from the west end slums, defies the Kings' laws by going outside on the holy night of Beht Zha'ir.
All of these are outstanding fantasy books, and in many ways, even better audiobooks. Also, if you can get your hands on it, the audio of the Harry Potter series narrated by Stephen Frey. This Newbery winner bridges science fiction and fantasy, darkness and light; L'Engle herself hated when readers tried to shoehorn it into a specific genre. Roy Dotrice the narrator does a resounding job bringing this series to brutal life. Gripping, timely, and hard to put down. For me, that means a good narrative: my Audible library is bursting with good fiction and compelling memoirs, read by terrific narrators. Davina Porter narrates, and she is freaking fantastic.
His stories are also hilarious, and the ending had me on the edge of my seat listening even as I arrived at my office and really needed to get to work. It's not the kind of book I expected to love: the story revolves around a 3000 mile cattle drive from a dusty Texas border town to the unsettled lands of Montana in the 1880s, and features a motley cast of characters including illustrious captains, notorious outlaws, ex-slaves, Texas Rangers, sheriffs, and more. The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings series read by Rob Inglis. Hildy Good has lived all her life in the small town of Wendover, Massachusetts. A brilliant young boy, Andrew 'Ender' Wiggin lives with his kind but distant parents, his sadistic brother Peter, and the person he loves more than anyone else, his sister Valentine. Harry escaped with a smashed leg, as evidenced by his crooked walk. As such, I recommend the first four audiobooks but the rest of the series declines in terms of how good the audiobooks are.
But to really learn the most that you can, try using these tips: Take notes One mistake you can make when taking notes is writing too much. This is the series that I was going to recommend. Lynch Part comedic Robin Hood, part revenge tragedy, and part high adventure fantasy tale. If you want to change your life, this book is for you! Curl up by the fireplace, put a pillow on your rocking chair, and listen to this dark fantasy tale. The publisher produced two versions, one read by Wil Wheaton and the other by Amber Benson. Finty Williams has a lovely, smooth delivery that clearly distinguishes the characters. Each lesson focuses on a specific topic and explains how to apply results from studies into your everyday life.
I love Marybeth Whalen, and was over the moon when I found out Joshilyn Jackson would lend her voice to this Southern story: it's perfect. Neil Gaiman One of my favorite Audiobooks. She's 60 years old, divorced, a successful realtor. Release Date: December 6, 2016 Update 2016: Please see our brand new list which replaces this post with a far improved, brand new list as of 2016. The rich British narrator brings this Dark Fantasy Version of a Jane Austen novel to life. Basically, the perfect voice for Gormenghast.
For the first 18 years of his life, Maia is mostly ignored by his royal father, and lives in exile from the court under the care of a cruel cousin. The book refers toÂ scientific studies and looks into real life example to show how habits can bring success to your life or your business. This is one I'm really glad I listened to alone. I would rank Michael Page as my second favorite narrator after Michael Kramer. During the occupation of Holland, a brave Dutch family creates a secret room in their home and uses it to help Jewish people hide from the Nazis. In a similar vein, Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman is read remarkably by Armie Hammer.