Classics Narrated

Reviews For Classics Narrated

What this podcast REALLY gets right, is that (for a refreshing change!) the listener isn't subjected to the host's rambling, a section of repetitive music, commercials, over long intros, etc., etc.. it's GREAT! He...just READS!!!! Yay!!! Why can't other podcasters GET THIS? I hope more find out about this truly well done, excellently chosen podcast.
I wish I had discovered this podcast years ago. The stories are timeless, and ones I want to revisit again and again. The narration is excellent with care and attention given to each character. This podcast is a real treat, and perfect for anyone wanting to gain new appreciation for classic novels and short stories, as well as anyone hoping to make their commutes fun by listening to an old favorite.
I haven't written a review yet, but I thought this was such a good version of these stories for free, I thought I'd write my first. I'm listening to Lorna Doone, and so far, the narrator does an excellent job of reading the book and the music that goes along with it is also good. I hope that more works by the same narrator are released.
I just downloaded "A Christmas Carol" and it's definitely better than the version I recently purchased from Audible. The reader includes everything from the original novel and his voice is captivating. He even includes information about certain old English words and phrases so you will understand passages better. I almost felt like the year was 1843 because of how authentic this audio version is and because the reader's enthusiasm draws you in so well. Scott Gadwa did a fine job and I thank you sharing, Happy Holidays!