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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.
Anonymous wrote on February 22, 2013 on 6:08 pm:
hi Mil another Gary here...I have an hereditary eye disease and going blind so I cannot tell you how fantastic it is to listen to your lovely voice and excellent characterisations. I am two thirds the way through Barnaby Rudge and enjoy it immensely especially Hugh you definitely make him sound psycho after a drink...that's him not you......I am going to listen to you all the time now. You and CD what a winning combo!
hi Mil another Gary here...I have an hereditary eye disease and going blind so I cannot tell you how fantastic it is to listen to your lovely voice and excellent characterisations. I am two thirds the way through Barnaby Rudge and enjoy it immensely especially Hugh you definitely make him sound psycho after a drink...that's him not you......I am going to listen to you all the time now. You and CD what a winning combo!
David Scott Krishingner wrote on February 5, 2013 on 9:33 am:
I loved you and your husband in the video, "Horses Asses". You took the piece from a good laugh to a heartfelt cry. The volume on Mil's voice was too low, but I liked everything else very much! thank you for this interesting work.
I loved you and your husband in the video, "Horses Asses". You took the piece from a good laugh to a heartfelt cry. The volume on Mil's voice was too low, but I liked everything else very much! thank you for this interesting work.
Lynn wrote on January 21, 2013 on 7:43 pm:
I am so happy, glad and thankful for your fabulous talents that you have so generously shared with the listeners of LibraVox. Though it is extremely unlikely that we will ever meet in person, you will easily identify me as the person who is totally green with envy. As the mother of children with learning disabilities, and a lover of talent, I profoundly appreciate your generosity. Thank you soooooooooooo much.
I am so happy, glad and thankful for your fabulous talents that you have so generously shared with the listeners of LibraVox. Though it is extremely unlikely that we will ever meet in person, you will easily identify me as the person who is totally green with envy. As the mother of children with learning disabilities, and a lover of talent, I profoundly appreciate your generosity. Thank you soooooooooooo much.
Kathy wrote on January 15, 2013 on 9:13 pm:
I knew you were an actress and not "just" a reader. Your "Bleak House" is genius...truly genius. The perfect balance between reading and performance. I could listen to you all day.
I knew you were an actress and not "just" a reader. Your "Bleak House" is genius...truly genius. The perfect balance between reading and performance. I could listen to you all day.
Juli wrote on January 10, 2013 on 1:00 pm:
I've been *thoroughly* enjoying your dramatic reading of Charles Dickens' "The Old Curiosity Shop". You are unbelievably talented, Ms. Nicholson! How you flawlessly juggle all the intricate Dickens' characters in this story just blows me away. I especially love how you portray Ms. Jolly of the Wax Museum. Just wanted to be one of many to tell you how talented you are! I plan on checking out your other works when I am done with this one! Have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Juli (South Carolina, USA)
I've been *thoroughly* enjoying your dramatic reading of Charles Dickens' "The Old Curiosity Shop". You are unbelievably talented, Ms. Nicholson! How you flawlessly juggle all the intricate Dickens' characters in this story just blows me away. I especially love how you portray Ms. Jolly of the Wax Museum. Just wanted to be one of many to tell you how talented you are! I plan on checking out your other works when I am done with this one! Have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Juli (South Carolina, USA)
Emmett Logan wrote on December 23, 2012 on 12:12 pm:
Ms. Nicholson, you are a genius. I've listened to all of the great narrators - Rosenblat, Muller, Tull, Stechshulte, Strozier - and none of them breaths life into a character the way that you do. I'm relatively new to Librivox but I assume that the rewards for creating freely available recordings of books in the public domain are not monetary. If that's true, then the debt of gratitude we owe you is even higher. Thank you.
Ms. Nicholson, you are a genius. I've listened to all of the great narrators - Rosenblat, Muller, Tull, Stechshulte, Strozier - and none of them breaths life into a character the way that you do. I'm relatively new to Librivox but I assume that the rewards for creating freely available recordings of books in the public domain are not monetary. If that's true, then the debt of gratitude we owe you is even higher. Thank you.
Richard Law wrote on December 5, 2012 on 8:30 pm:
Hey Mil! I'm listening to Barnaby Rudge in my Land Rover on my way to the woods each morning (& on the way home). It makes travelling a pleasure. I'm just amazed how you manage so perfectly to use all those different voices so impeccably. Excellent work, it really brings the novel to life, much better than I could do by reading it to myself. I will definitely be seeking out all the other Librivox recordings you've done.
Hey Mil! I'm listening to Barnaby Rudge in my Land Rover on my way to the woods each morning (& on the way home). It makes travelling a pleasure. I'm just amazed how you manage so perfectly to use all those different voices so impeccably. Excellent work, it really brings the novel to life, much better than I could do by reading it to myself. I will definitely be seeking out all the other Librivox recordings you've done.