The story centers on Bilbo Baggins, who always enjoy his quite evenings dinning on a delicious dinner in his snug hole.
In this thrilling classic, bestselling storyteller J.R.R Tolkein crafts a bewitching world filled with thrilling dangers and delightful creatures. And narrator Rob Inglis holds listeners captivated with his master-class portrayal of enchanted beasts, dwarves, and hobbits.
Just as he’s been consistent with his narrators, R.B chooses the perfect narrator once again as he brings all the characters to life. Thorin, Bilbo, and other characters were perfectly represented. Even other characters they met on their way to discover the Dwarves were effectively represented.
Even the songs outlined in many areas in the book were perfectly represented by Inglis. He certainly has a good voice and tenor for each of the characters he represented. He has a unique way of narration that is quite pleasing on the ears. He also did well with his pronunciation of names of places and characters.
If you’ve read J.R.R Tolkien’s The Two Towers, you will be able to relate between the book and this one. The epic representation is quite good. The Hobbit is the type of book you will enjoy reading again after reading for the first time. This is because of the high level of intrigues and counterplots throughout the book.
It became even more interesting when the audio book became available. Mr. Inglis did an excellent job with the narration. Those who love epic fiction will definitely enjoy reading and listening to this book. Any story Tolkein tells usually turns to gold. And this one is no different.
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