The science fiction classic that coined the term "time machine" and is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel. A must listen for any fan of science fiction!
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One of the worst performances
The narrator would pause, frequently in the middle of a sentence, as if he needed more energy to continue. It was distracting and ultimately, greatly diminished my enjoyment of the book itself.
- Jaq Greenspon "captainjaq"
Random Pauses in Speech. (Captain Kirk narrates)
A different narrator. I love this book, but couldn't listen for more than a few minutes before I had a headache.
I'm not picky, I love listening to amateurs and friends read aloud. But this guy just makes it unbearable.
The final fleeing from the Morlocks, and the subtle implication of the girl who fell behind's fate.
The last audiobook I bought, which I quite enjoyed, was The Stand. The narrator was wonderful. He did a very good jo of being interesting without being jarring. Alan Munro, on the other hand, has random pauses in his speech. I forgot the beginning of the sentence before I hear the end.
- Amazon Customer