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Theresa wrote on May 22, 2015 on 7:21 pm:
I just finished listening to your recording of Our Mutual Friend and am just speechless. What a captivating, entertaining, witty and moving story - made even better by such an outstanding and engaging reader. Cannot thank you enough for sharing your remarkable gift with us. And cannot wait to listen to another one of your works!
I just finished listening to your recording of Our Mutual Friend and am just speechless. What a captivating, entertaining, witty and moving story - made even better by such an outstanding and engaging reader. Cannot thank you enough for sharing your remarkable gift with us. And cannot wait to listen to another one of your works!
DC wrote on April 30, 2015 on 1:40 pm:
I echo those who love your recordings of Dickens! "Our Mutual Friend" is my absolute favorite, and my favorite character, Jenny Wren... well, it isn't saying too much when I claim that you "breathed life into her" in a way that blew my breath away! You also chew through that thick, Dickensian prose in a way that makes it possible to understand it and appreciate it at a whole new level. Thank you for your great work... I'll only be sad when you've read all his works and I've listened to the last syllable.
I echo those who love your recordings of Dickens! "Our Mutual Friend" is my absolute favorite, and my favorite character, Jenny Wren... well, it isn't saying too much when I claim that you "breathed life into her" in a way that blew my breath away! You also chew through that thick, Dickensian prose in a way that makes it possible to understand it and appreciate it at a whole new level. Thank you for your great work... I'll only be sad when you've read all his works and I've listened to the last syllable.
Margo D wrote on April 27, 2015 on 11:27 am:
I was going to leave a "thank you" on librivox, but this forum seems much easier and more direct! I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed your recordings of Bleak House, Little Dorrit, and Dombey and Son. Listening to your readings while working at my jewelry bench makes my work so much more enjoyable. Your voice (voices!) will always be the voice of Dickens for me. I can't wait to start the next book. Thank you for such an outstanding job!!
I was going to leave a "thank you" on librivox, but this forum seems much easier and more direct! I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed your recordings of Bleak House, Little Dorrit, and Dombey and Son. Listening to your readings while working at my jewelry bench makes my work so much more enjoyable. Your voice (voices!) will always be the voice of Dickens for me. I can't wait to start the next book. Thank you for such an outstanding job!!
Susan Bradrick wrote on April 11, 2015 on 3:02 pm:
I love your work! I stumbled on it via Librivox and cant get enough. Being a lit major and having heard many of your productions in my head while reading silently, I am amazed at how much more I hear, see, and feel when I hear you read it. Delightful! Thanks so very much!
I love your work! I stumbled on it via Librivox and cant get enough. Being a lit major and having heard many of your productions in my head while reading silently, I am amazed at how much more I hear, see, and feel when I hear you read it. Delightful! Thanks so very much!
Sinead wrote on March 12, 2015 on 7:49 pm:
Listening to your Librivox recording of Bleak House, it is excellent. Your voice really suits the book and love how you sound the different characters, of which there are many! I am transported to Dickensian times. The sound quality is also superb. This is my first time using Librivox, will definitely look out for more of your work. It is a pleasure listening to your recording, can't believe it's free. Thank you.
Listening to your Librivox recording of Bleak House, it is excellent. Your voice really suits the book and love how you sound the different characters, of which there are many! I am transported to Dickensian times. The sound quality is also superb. This is my first time using Librivox, will definitely look out for more of your work. It is a pleasure listening to your recording, can't believe it's free. Thank you.
Philip Heard wrote on February 15, 2015 on 10:29 am:
I began an Overdrive copy of Bleak House from my local library narrated by Simon Vance- who is one of my favorite narrators. When the lending period expired and another listener had it on hold I went to Librivox to see if it was there. I was so pleasantly surprised to find Mil Nicholson's recording, which was more fitting to the book since Esther is a woman and the main character. Also, her performance and the sound quality were outstanding and up to the quality of any professional production. The experience of Bleak House went to another level, and it... Read more
I began an Overdrive copy of Bleak House from my local library narrated by Simon Vance- who is one of my favorite narrators. When the lending period expired and another listener had it on hold I went to Librivox to see if it was there. I was so pleasantly surprised to find Mil Nicholson's recording, which was more fitting to the book since Esther is a woman and the main character. Also, her performance and the sound quality were outstanding and up to the quality of any professional production. The experience of Bleak House went to another level, and it has instantly become one of my favorite audio books. I am so grateful to Mil Nicholson, and am glad to have discovered her. I will seek out more of her works, especially reading Dickens!
Mark Warchol wrote on December 28, 2014 on 3:06 pm:
I cannot give enough praise to Mil Nicholson's reading of Our Mutual Friend. Mil really makes it a pleasure to listen to these recordings. As an avid cyclist, I oftentimes listen to audiobooks as I ride my bicycle along the country roads in northern New Mexico. Listening to a book read by Mil makes my outdoor experience more pleasurable than I can put into words. I have listened to Mil read a number of books by Dickens and I have also listened to other readers of Dickens. Simply put, Mil's readings are the best!
I cannot give enough praise to Mil Nicholson's reading of Our Mutual Friend. Mil really makes it a pleasure to listen to these recordings. As an avid cyclist, I oftentimes listen to audiobooks as I ride my bicycle along the country roads in northern New Mexico. Listening to a book read by Mil makes my outdoor experience more pleasurable than I can put into words. I have listened to Mil read a number of books by Dickens and I have also listened to other readers of Dickens. Simply put, Mil's readings are the best!
Katie wrote on October 24, 2014 on 6:07 pm:
Loved your recording of Our Mutual Friend. Thank you.
Loved your recording of Our Mutual Friend. Thank you.
Astrid wrote on September 28, 2014 on 9:23 am:
I am happy to join the chorus with my thanks for your readings of Dickens. Being a Dane, some nuances of Dickens escape me or fail to impress me properly when I read it myself. With your constant and full interpretation of all parts of the sentences, his works have gained a richness that I enjoy immensely. Many, many happy hours of listening have you given me. Thank you!
I am happy to join the chorus with my thanks for your readings of Dickens. Being a Dane, some nuances of Dickens escape me or fail to impress me properly when I read it myself. With your constant and full interpretation of all parts of the sentences, his works have gained a richness that I enjoy immensely. Many, many happy hours of listening have you given me. Thank you!
Lisa wrote on September 8, 2014 on 6:18 pm:
Mil, to me you ARE the voice of Charles Dickens! I have listened to all your Dickens Librivox recordings except for Bleak House. Would you consider doing Pickwick Papers! Thank you so much for all you put into them.
Mil, to me you ARE the voice of Charles Dickens! I have listened to all your Dickens Librivox recordings except for Bleak House. Would you consider doing Pickwick Papers! Thank you so much for all you put into them.
Librivox User wrote on August 21, 2014 on 11:47 am:
Mil, I just wanted to thank you for some amazing recordings! I've been listening to books I would normally skip, simply because you make them so enjoyable. Outstanding quality!
Mil, I just wanted to thank you for some amazing recordings! I've been listening to books I would normally skip, simply because you make them so enjoyable. Outstanding quality!
Carol wrote on August 13, 2014 on 10:34 am:
Mil, just finished listening to your recording of Nicholas Nickleby - loved it! Mrs Nickleby sounded just like I imagined her to sound. Thank you!
Mil, just finished listening to your recording of Nicholas Nickleby - loved it! Mrs Nickleby sounded just like I imagined her to sound. Thank you!
Silia wrote on August 9, 2014 on 6:10 pm:
Little Dorrit is my favorite Dickens book, you made me love it even more :)
Little Dorrit is my favorite Dickens book, you made me love it even more :)
Robert Hansen wrote on July 18, 2014 on 2:09 pm:
Mil, I've been listening to your reading of Bleak House for the last few months as I commute to and from work and I just wanted to thank you so much for the quality of the reading. Before that I'd been listening to a range of purchased audio books, and I must say that the quality of your performance blew all of them out of the water!
Mil, I've been listening to your reading of Bleak House for the last few months as I commute to and from work and I just wanted to thank you so much for the quality of the reading. Before that I'd been listening to a range of purchased audio books, and I must say that the quality of your performance blew all of them out of the water!
Wendy wrote on June 17, 2014 on 7:01 pm:
You are so amazing, Mil! I hope you will continue narrating books for a very long time!
You are so amazing, Mil! I hope you will continue narrating books for a very long time!
Anonymous wrote on June 16, 2014 on 2:03 pm:
You rock Mil! Thank you so much for Bleak House. Your depiction of the end of Joe's life broke my heart.
You rock Mil! Thank you so much for Bleak House. Your depiction of the end of Joe's life broke my heart.
a grateful listener wrote on May 29, 2014 on 4:24 pm:
I've been through everything of yours that's available on Librivox, finishing Bleak House last, and now, after everything, returning again to Little Dorrit, and next maybe Dombey and Son, though Barnaby Rudge was so good... It never gets boring, listening to your amazing reading, even when the stories become so familiar, I can read out some of the lines by heart. I'd love to hear you do Jane Austen, but will happily listen to what you have so kindly given us.
I've been through everything of yours that's available on Librivox, finishing Bleak House last, and now, after everything, returning again to Little Dorrit, and next maybe Dombey and Son, though Barnaby Rudge was so good... It never gets boring, listening to your amazing reading, even when the stories become so familiar, I can read out some of the lines by heart. I'd love to hear you do Jane Austen, but will happily listen to what you have so kindly given us.
Martina wrote on May 6, 2014 on 11:50 am:
Just listened to Mil reading Flora Finching blethering on to Arthur Clenham in 'Little Dorrit' - Brilliant and thoroughly enjoyable - thank you for all the reading!
Just listened to Mil reading Flora Finching blethering on to Arthur Clenham in 'Little Dorrit' - Brilliant and thoroughly enjoyable - thank you for all the reading!
Joanne Clark wrote on March 18, 2014 on 6:14 pm:
Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your reading of Burnaby Rudge. I've had to give up reading books because I have Dry Eye Syndrome. You've saved my sanity. Thank you!
Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your reading of Burnaby Rudge. I've had to give up reading books because I have Dry Eye Syndrome. You've saved my sanity. Thank you!
scott from fargo wrote on December 31, 2013 on 9:42 am:
What can I say? Mil, you are fantastic reader is a start, but doesn't begin to describe all the wonderful things you can do with a story. Your voices, including the men's, are so well done, and your ability to read the books as if you knew every word from heart is incredible. Were I to ever meet you, I would give you such a big hug to express my gratitude for a job so well done, for my benefit and many others. The only sad thing for me now is, that I have listened to every reading of yours... Read more
What can I say? Mil, you are fantastic reader is a start, but doesn't begin to describe all the wonderful things you can do with a story. Your voices, including the men's, are so well done, and your ability to read the books as if you knew every word from heart is incredible. Were I to ever meet you, I would give you such a big hug to express my gratitude for a job so well done, for my benefit and many others. The only sad thing for me now is, that I have listened to every reading of yours I can find and am afraid I will have to make do with others less skilled. Thank for making so many of my hours of work at my computer, hours of pure enjoyment.