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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.
Maksym wrote on December 24, 2013 on 8:25 pm:
Mil, thank you very much for your reading the Bleak House. I never before liked listening to audiobooks but after your recording I really adored it. Thank you, you are wonderful.
Mil, thank you very much for your reading the Bleak House. I never before liked listening to audiobooks but after your recording I really adored it. Thank you, you are wonderful.
Steve wrote on November 3, 2013 on 9:37 am:
Thank you for a brilliant and inspiring reading of Our Mutual Friend.
Thank you for a brilliant and inspiring reading of Our Mutual Friend.
Erl wrote on August 13, 2013 on 6:15 pm:
Just started listening to Our Mutual Friend. Mill you read very well. I dream of all LibriVox readers listening to you before releasing works so they at least know what is possible in the field of reading aloud. Thanks for your time and generosity in producing your readings of Dickens.
Just started listening to Our Mutual Friend. Mill you read very well. I dream of all LibriVox readers listening to you before releasing works so they at least know what is possible in the field of reading aloud. Thanks for your time and generosity in producing your readings of Dickens.
Lore Mcsweeney wrote on August 3, 2013 on 6:14 pm:
Mil, you saved Nicholas Nickelby for me! I've never gotten all the way through with the other recording with varied readers. Your reading was so pleasing for the authentic accent and the pictures you created in my mind. I will listen to more of your recordings and it will be sad day when I "out listen" your recordings. I guess I'll just have to start over! Thank you, Thank you!
Mil, you saved Nicholas Nickelby for me! I've never gotten all the way through with the other recording with varied readers. Your reading was so pleasing for the authentic accent and the pictures you created in my mind. I will listen to more of your recordings and it will be sad day when I "out listen" your recordings. I guess I'll just have to start over! Thank you, Thank you!
Randall from Des Moines wrote on July 17, 2013 on 9:28 pm:
Mil -- your Librivox recordings are an absolute treasure. I've enjoyed many wonderful hours listening to your recordings while riding my bike through our countryside. Thank you!! And your Silas Wegg is the most fully realized low-level scamp in audio literature!!
Mil -- your Librivox recordings are an absolute treasure. I've enjoyed many wonderful hours listening to your recordings while riding my bike through our countryside. Thank you!! And your Silas Wegg is the most fully realized low-level scamp in audio literature!!
Michele wrote on July 9, 2013 on 11:48 pm:
Thank you for your wonderful voice reading the most wonderful Dickens' novels. Barnaby Rudge was not one I had read, and I can tell you I will be recommending it to friends with sensitivity. Thank you again for donating your time for Librivox.
Thank you for your wonderful voice reading the most wonderful Dickens' novels. Barnaby Rudge was not one I had read, and I can tell you I will be recommending it to friends with sensitivity. Thank you again for donating your time for Librivox.
Ted wrote on May 16, 2013 on 2:08 pm:
I've just finished Dombey & Son (Libravox). Thank you for an extremely entertaining reading.
I've just finished Dombey & Son (Libravox). Thank you for an extremely entertaining reading.
Don wrote on May 1, 2013 on 4:20 pm:
I have just finished listening to Bleak House. Your reading was wonderful and I was completely caught up in the story. I listen while out walking and my walks grew ever longer so that I could hear more of the story. You have immense talent - thank you so much.
I have just finished listening to Bleak House. Your reading was wonderful and I was completely caught up in the story. I listen while out walking and my walks grew ever longer so that I could hear more of the story. You have immense talent - thank you so much.
charles cingolani from Hnschwand wrote on April 25, 2013 on 9:48 pm:
After having just finished The Old Curiosity Shop I wish to thank you, Mil Nicholson, for your wonderful reading of that masterpiece. Your voice and sentiment made every page come alive in the Charles Dickens past that I had been living in for the one month of your reading. I thank you sincerely for the gift you have given me. Charles Cingolani Hnschwand, Germany
After having just finished The Old Curiosity Shop I wish to thank you, Mil Nicholson, for your wonderful reading of that masterpiece. Your voice and sentiment made every page come alive in the Charles Dickens past that I had been living in for the one month of your reading. I thank you sincerely for the gift you have given me. Charles Cingolani Hnschwand, Germany
mk shepard wrote on April 4, 2013 on 2:12 pm:
Listened to Barnaby Rudge from Librivox, and like the quality of the narration that I looked for another by Mil. Listened to Little Dorrit. Amazing talent!
Listened to Barnaby Rudge from Librivox, and like the quality of the narration that I looked for another by Mil. Listened to Little Dorrit. Amazing talent!
andrew m. wrote on March 24, 2013 on 3:50 pm:
Mil,it's like listening to the lovechild of Peter Sellers. It really has me flummoxed how you can be so generous. You'd think the BBC would have snaffled them straight up, given all the hacks and hamsters they employ. Particularly enjoyed Dombey and Son. Thanks so much, Andy
Mil,it's like listening to the lovechild of Peter Sellers. It really has me flummoxed how you can be so generous. You'd think the BBC would have snaffled them straight up, given all the hacks and hamsters they employ. Particularly enjoyed Dombey and Son. Thanks so much, Andy
Adam Strasser wrote on March 20, 2013 on 8:46 pm:
Mil I've read forty some odd books on Librivox. Now I'm just looking for anything you've narrated. I could listen to you read the phonebook. I'm a huge fan. You have an incredible gift.
Mil I've read forty some odd books on Librivox. Now I'm just looking for anything you've narrated. I could listen to you read the phonebook. I'm a huge fan. You have an incredible gift.
barnsley wrote on March 4, 2013 on 1:37 pm:
Mil, I have just listened to you read Our Mutual Friend & you were absolutely fantastic, You did not just read the story you made it. Thank you very much.
Mil, I have just listened to you read Our Mutual Friend & you were absolutely fantastic, You did not just read the story you made it. Thank you very much.