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Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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By: (1812-1870)

A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution.

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 18 reviews)

September 29, 2015
this was cool
Reviewer: - May 1, 2015
Subject: Review
This is a wonderful book and the Paul Adams, the reader, is magnificent! You can tell that Paul loves this story too. He puts so much emotion into it. Great to listen to!
Reviewer: - March 24, 2015
Subject: Tale of Two Cities
Why had nobody tried harder to get me to read (or listen to) Dickens before? Amazingly written. This is what readers talk about when they say they get lost in a book. I was immersed as the wine barrel broke open on the street, held my breath as the Bastille was stormed and couldn't wait for my next commute to hear the contents of the doctor's letter. I'll be listening to more Dickens shortly. To Paul Adams, thank you. Your reading was fantastic. A voice made for the story.
Reviewer: - January 12, 2015
Subject: Review
Wow this is hard. The narrator did a good job overall. His interpretation of this story was interesting. By the end of the book he was wonderful . This story is not like any of the other books Charles D has written. It must have been very trying to have lived in a world such as his. We are so very lucky today. Thank you.
Reviewer: - October 31, 2014
Subject: Wonderful
The only thing better than a wonderful story is a wonderful story read by a fabulous reader.
Reviewer: - June 2, 2014
Subject: thank you
Thank you so much! I really appreciate your readings.
Reviewer: - May 10, 2014
Subject: A Tale of Two Cities
Love the way he puts emphasis on certain words that can be very easy to read over. It makes homework reading somewhat fun and interesting.
Reviewer: - April 11, 2014
Great book and great reader! I really enjoyed it all.
Reviewer: - January 9, 2014
Subject: Amazing voice
The way he puts more emotion into the reading makes me feel excited and suspicious. Amazing!
Reviewer: - November 7, 2013
I'm quickly becoming a Charles Dickens fan. This book is no exception although it took a while to get into it and like most Dickens books, there is such an array of characters that are introduced, I found myself Googling the character list to figure out who was who. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't for the fact that it took me half the book before I "really" started enjoying it. If I divided the book in two, the first half would be 4 stars and the second half would be 5.
Reviewer: - October 28, 2013
Subject: A Tale of Two Cities.
Loved Paul Adam's narration, no yawning going on here! Thank you.
Reviewer: - September 11, 2013
Subject: A tale of two cities
This was my first audio book. The combination of the writing (it made me laugh out loud and almost brought me to tears) plus Paul Adams' reading made it a fabulous experience. Thoroughly recommended.
August 11, 2013
I had to stop listening about 1/4 through this book - I just couldn't listen to the reader any longer. Every word spoken is sooo dramatic - way too dramatic...
Reviewer: - March 5, 2013
Great book. The book has a great plot.
February 15, 2013
Very good.
Reviewer: - January 6, 2013
Subject: Very well done
I've listened to this book over and over again. It is of course a great story. I listen so many times primarily because Paul Adams does the best reading of a book that I have ever heard. He is able to create a one man verbal dramatic performance. He injects nuance into every word and intention into every sentence. Not one stumble, hesitation or mispronunciation. I can only hope Paul Adams lends his talents to a new classic book project very soon. I would gladly listen as he reads the phone book.
Reviewer: - December 23, 2012
Subject: Paul Adams as reader
This was our first audiobook download and what a treat! Paul Adams made the book come alive. Thank you Yawn Guy!
Reviewer: - December 11, 2012
Great book so far


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