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Thomas Roll from Denmark wrote on December 14, 2017 on 12:58 pm:
I am happily working my way through your fabulous readings (!) of Dickens Works. Absolutely stunning. Thanks a million. PS: DO you plan for David C as well?
I am happily working my way through your fabulous readings (!) of Dickens Works. Absolutely stunning. Thanks a million. PS: DO you plan for David C as well?
Nelani Nettrour from Eagle River wrote on December 8, 2017 on 6:36 pm:
You do such an amazing job with your recordings! Thank you for putting the time into doing this on Librivox where we have recently heard you read Nicholas Nickleby and were so impressed that we started looking for books read by you, not just certain books.
You do such an amazing job with your recordings! Thank you for putting the time into doing this on Librivox where we have recently heard you read Nicholas Nickleby and were so impressed that we started looking for books read by you, not just certain books.
Dorothy from Greensboro NC wrote on November 8, 2017 on 4:13 am:
I am listening to "Guilty Thing" and you are amazing. I hope to hear many other books of this nature narrated by you. Can you suggest that they re-record Claire Tomalin's Jane Austen Bio? You would be marvelous. Thank you!
I am listening to "Guilty Thing" and you are amazing. I hope to hear many other books of this nature narrated by you. Can you suggest that they re-record Claire Tomalin's Jane Austen Bio? You would be marvelous. Thank you!
Michel Glenn from Portola Valley wrote on August 31, 2017 on 4:08 pm:
Thoroughly enjoying Dombey & Sons. Thank You!
Thoroughly enjoying Dombey & Sons. Thank You!
Bill Fair from New York wrote on August 21, 2017 on 1:33 am:
I just finished listening to your marvelous reading of Bleak House. I was captivated by your amazing ability to "voice" the different characters so compellingly especially Mr. Snagsby. You are an exceptionally gifted performer. Thank you for your exceptional work.
I just finished listening to your marvelous reading of Bleak House. I was captivated by your amazing ability to "voice" the different characters so compellingly especially Mr. Snagsby. You are an exceptionally gifted performer. Thank you for your exceptional work.
Elaine Toth from Lahmansville, WV wrote on July 15, 2017 on 4:15 am:
Just dropped by to thank you for Oliver Twist. I've been watching for it and felt as though it was my birthday when I discovered the release last night. Can't wait to start it..... after I finish what I'm listening to now. Again, thank you!
Just dropped by to thank you for Oliver Twist. I've been watching for it and felt as though it was my birthday when I discovered the release last night. Can't wait to start it..... after I finish what I'm listening to now. Again, thank you!
Lawrie Cherniack from Winnipeg Manitoba wrote on July 11, 2017 on 1:43 pm:
I can only add my small voice in thanks to you, Ms Nicholson, for your brilliant reading of Our Mutual Friend. To have so many distinct and recognizable voices (the narrator, and each and every amazing Dickens character, no matter how major or minor) available to us and a tribute to your skills and innate artistic genius. Thank you so much! I am downloading many more of your recordings and looking forward to hearing them.
I can only add my small voice in thanks to you, Ms Nicholson, for your brilliant reading of Our Mutual Friend. To have so many distinct and recognizable voices (the narrator, and each and every amazing Dickens character, no matter how major or minor) available to us and a tribute to your skills and innate artistic genius. Thank you so much! I am downloading many more of your recordings and looking forward to hearing them.
Tom from Anoka wrote on May 26, 2017 on 3:12 am:
I love Dickens' writing style and have enjoyed reading many of his books. But I have never enjoyed a book as much as I have enjoyed your reading of Dombey and Son. Thank you for making me laugh so hard I was in danger of suffocating.
I love Dickens' writing style and have enjoyed reading many of his books. But I have never enjoyed a book as much as I have enjoyed your reading of Dombey and Son. Thank you for making me laugh so hard I was in danger of suffocating.
Christopher H from Burnaby wrote on April 29, 2017 on 8:57 pm:
Hello Mil! Just a quick note of thanks for your wonderful reading!! I am currently listening to Dombey and Son, but also listened to your reading of Little Dorritt. I very much appreciate the excellent diction, expression, many voices and pacing of your reading. I listen to the books to and from work and your reading makes the travel most enjoyable. Keep up the great work!!
Hello Mil! Just a quick note of thanks for your wonderful reading!! I am currently listening to Dombey and Son, but also listened to your reading of Little Dorritt. I very much appreciate the excellent diction, expression, many voices and pacing of your reading. I listen to the books to and from work and your reading makes the travel most enjoyable. Keep up the great work!!
Hank from Clemmons nc wrote on April 7, 2017 on 8:36 pm:
The best Dickens is whenever Mil Nicholson is reading to you!
The best Dickens is whenever Mil Nicholson is reading to you!
Marina Strocchi from Alice Springs wrote on February 22, 2017 on 12:40 am:
May thanks to you Mil Nicholson - your readings of Dickens are the best. I paint in my studio in Alice Springs (the centre of the red desert in Australia) which couldn't be further from the streets of Dickens' London. You are magnificent.
May thanks to you Mil Nicholson - your readings of Dickens are the best. I paint in my studio in Alice Springs (the centre of the red desert in Australia) which couldn't be further from the streets of Dickens' London. You are magnificent.
Dorothy Andrus from newport wrote on February 13, 2017 on 6:23 pm:
I very much love your readings of Charles Dickens! I have spent the last year reading all your recordings Dickens and there's no comparison of listening to anyone else!! You add so much depth and excitement to the books :-) thank you for all you do,Dot
I very much love your readings of Charles Dickens! I have spent the last year reading all your recordings Dickens and there's no comparison of listening to anyone else!! You add so much depth and excitement to the books :-) thank you for all you do,Dot
John Albrektson from Redlands, CA wrote on January 14, 2017 on 7:48 pm:
As Simon said, you are gateway to FINALLY enjoying Dickens! Thanks so much . . .
As Simon said, you are gateway to FINALLY enjoying Dickens! Thanks so much . . .
Won Xi from Singapore wrote on December 23, 2016 on 7:50 am:
You are the best. It is most difficult to put you down once I start listening. I have committed to reading all your recordings only. Pray,do the Tess Of The D'Urbervilles You are a gem
You are the best. It is most difficult to put you down once I start listening. I have committed to reading all your recordings only. Pray,do the Tess Of The D'Urbervilles You are a gem
Mil Nicholson wrote on May 9, 2016 on 11:14 pm:
Friends, I apologize: My agent for Audiobooks has changed. It is now: Richard Curtis at Richard Curtis Associates, Inc. 200 East 72nd Street Suite 28J New York, NY 10021 Office: 212-772-7363 http://curtisagency.com,
Friends, I apologize: My agent for Audiobooks has changed. It is now: Richard Curtis at Richard Curtis Associates, Inc. 200 East 72nd Street Suite 28J New York, NY 10021 Office: 212-772-7363 http://curtisagency.com,
B. Rudge from Cordoba wrote on May 1, 2016 on 6:20 pm:
I'm beginning book 4 of Our Mutual Friend and I must say it's fantastic. I won't stop until I've finished all your Dickens recordings. Thanks!
I'm beginning book 4 of Our Mutual Friend and I must say it's fantastic. I won't stop until I've finished all your Dickens recordings. Thanks!
Jay from Vermont wrote on April 25, 2016 on 12:21 pm:
I just finished Our Mutual Friend at Librivox.org. I usually read along, listening at 1.25x or 1.50x speed, stopping when I want to look up words or places on a map. But I have so come to love the combination of Mil's voice and Dickens' words, that I have some to look for my next Dickens' only among Mil's recordings. Thanks you, Mil.
I just finished Our Mutual Friend at Librivox.org. I usually read along, listening at 1.25x or 1.50x speed, stopping when I want to look up words or places on a map. But I have so come to love the combination of Mil's voice and Dickens' words, that I have some to look for my next Dickens' only among Mil's recordings. Thanks you, Mil.
Simon from Taipei wrote on April 6, 2016 on 8:50 am:
Your voice hooks me up with Dickens. You made him become our mutual friend.
Your voice hooks me up with Dickens. You made him become our mutual friend.
Owen from Halifax UK wrote on March 26, 2016 on 10:55 pm:
Thank you so much for your wonderful reading of Bleak House. We have been drawn into Dickens' world by your dramatic interpretation. I am simply amazed by your ability to swap accents between characters and to be so consistent while doing so. Thank you once again.
Thank you so much for your wonderful reading of Bleak House. We have been drawn into Dickens' world by your dramatic interpretation. I am simply amazed by your ability to swap accents between characters and to be so consistent while doing so. Thank you once again.
Sharon from Brooklyn, NY USA wrote on February 15, 2016 on 2:53 am:
Dear Mil, I wish to thank you for the many hours of pleasure I enjoyed while listening to your librivox recording of Dickens' Dombey and Son. I'm rarely satisfied with audiobooks because something about the reader's voice or presence gets in the way. Not so with your reading of Dickens. The voices with which you endow the characters seem just right. [I was particularly fond of your version of Miss Tox. My very patient 20 year old daughter (not named Louisa) had to put up with me calling her "My dear Louisa", in my imitation of your Miss Tox, about... Read more
Dear Mil, I wish to thank you for the many hours of pleasure I enjoyed while listening to your librivox recording of Dickens' Dombey and Son. I'm rarely satisfied with audiobooks because something about the reader's voice or presence gets in the way. Not so with your reading of Dickens. The voices with which you endow the characters seem just right. [I was particularly fond of your version of Miss Tox. My very patient 20 year old daughter (not named Louisa) had to put up with me calling her "My dear Louisa", in my imitation of your Miss Tox, about 10 times a day.] I have read all of Dickens' novels and have returned to them again and again over many years. It's such a treat to have your delightfully excellent recorded versions to go to when I'm engaged in other activities that preclude reading. Thank you forever and ever for your generosity in sharing these recordings. P.S. Any plans to solo-read a Trollope novel?