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Shawna wrote on April 28, 2012 on 10:49 am:
Just finished Dombey & Son and it was so, so good!! I love how Dickens tells this story that's so wrong, and when I think it can't get more wrong, he rips my guts out with even more wrongness!!, but then ties it all up in a pretty package of the happiest right
Just finished Dombey & Son and it was so, so good!! I love how Dickens tells this story that's so wrong, and when I think it can't get more wrong, he rips my guts out with even more wrongness!!, but then ties it all up in a pretty package of the happiest right
Courtney wrote on April 27, 2012 on 10:42 am:
I absolutely love listening to your recordings on librivox. Listening (or reading) Dickens can become a chore for me just because of their length, but your recordings keep me interested from start to finish. Thanks!
I absolutely love listening to your recordings on librivox. Listening (or reading) Dickens can become a chore for me just because of their length, but your recordings keep me interested from start to finish. Thanks!
Tim wrote on April 21, 2012 on 8:05 pm:
Dear Mil, Thank you for your rendition of Barnaby Rudge. I was impressed with your ability to read this Dickens story in a way that made it possible to get lost in the story and not become distracted with outside thoughts. That is a real talent and Im greatly appreciative. In a few moments I will download Dombey and Son and am quite excited at the prospect of your rendition. Thanks, Tim
Dear Mil, Thank you for your rendition of Barnaby Rudge. I was impressed with your ability to read this Dickens story in a way that made it possible to get lost in the story and not become distracted with outside thoughts. That is a real talent and Im greatly appreciative. In a few moments I will download Dombey and Son and am quite excited at the prospect of your rendition. Thanks, Tim
Shawna wrote on April 12, 2012 on 10:28 am:
Hello Mil, I've just finished Bleak House and I feel like you and I were on a long journey together. I'm sorry to say I went on the journeys of David Copperfield and Nicolas Nickelby alone before I found librivox. I was wondering if you could recommend the next story. I'm ready to go and would like some direction (I've read A Tale of Two Cities also). Thank you so much for your time and talent, it is truly a delight. Grateful in southern California.
Hello Mil, I've just finished Bleak House and I feel like you and I were on a long journey together. I'm sorry to say I went on the journeys of David Copperfield and Nicolas Nickelby alone before I found librivox. I was wondering if you could recommend the next story. I'm ready to go and would like some direction (I've read A Tale of Two Cities also). Thank you so much for your time and talent, it is truly a delight. Grateful in southern California.
Michael Brehm wrote on April 9, 2012 on 5:55 pm:
Dear Mil, Thank you so much for the incredible reading of Our Mutual Friend. You must have read the book many times, because the way in which you read it implies such great intimacy with the characters and story. Your dramatization, all the voices and accents of the various characters are so expertly and lovingly done. This was a labor of love and I am very grateful for it. You should receive an award if you haven't already. Sincerely, Mike
Dear Mil, Thank you so much for the incredible reading of Our Mutual Friend. You must have read the book many times, because the way in which you read it implies such great intimacy with the characters and story. Your dramatization, all the voices and accents of the various characters are so expertly and lovingly done. This was a labor of love and I am very grateful for it. You should receive an award if you haven't already. Sincerely, Mike
Shirley Jenkins wrote on April 5, 2012 on 6:13 pm:
I just finished listening to Bleak House. thank you so much for your wonderful work.
I just finished listening to Bleak House. thank you so much for your wonderful work.
Malcolm Rothman wrote on March 31, 2012 on 10:33 am:
I've listened to your reading of Dombey and Son, and am now halfway through Nicholas Nickleby. As a fellow actor, I'd like to congratulate you on your wonderful interpretation of both novels, and thank you for bringing them to life for me. Sincerely, Malcolm Rothman Chicago
I've listened to your reading of Dombey and Son, and am now halfway through Nicholas Nickleby. As a fellow actor, I'd like to congratulate you on your wonderful interpretation of both novels, and thank you for bringing them to life for me. Sincerely, Malcolm Rothman Chicago
Louis Mulder wrote on March 28, 2012 on 10:05 am:
Thank you very much for your new work of art. It is now downloading. I am looking forward to listening to it! The news that you will do Little Dorrit next makes me very happy! Kind Regards Louis The Netherlands
Thank you very much for your new work of art. It is now downloading. I am looking forward to listening to it! The news that you will do Little Dorrit next makes me very happy! Kind Regards Louis The Netherlands
Lucy Prim wrote on March 22, 2012 on 7:46 pm:
Your reading of The Old Curiosity Shop was so stunningly well done. I have been completely transfixed these last few days, listening to it hour by hour. A thousand thanks to you for such a treasure.
Your reading of The Old Curiosity Shop was so stunningly well done. I have been completely transfixed these last few days, listening to it hour by hour. A thousand thanks to you for such a treasure.
Jim Walls wrote on March 21, 2012 on 5:05 pm:
Your marvellous performances have breathed a new life into Dickens for me, and I thank you for that. It is voice acting at its best, characterized by brilliant attention to detail and obvious love of the material. I am looking forward to Bleak House. Thank you so much.
Your marvellous performances have breathed a new life into Dickens for me, and I thank you for that. It is voice acting at its best, characterized by brilliant attention to detail and obvious love of the material. I am looking forward to Bleak House. Thank you so much.
Barry Frank wrote on March 18, 2012 on 7:56 pm:
Thanks so much for your LibriVox recording of The Old Curiosity Shop. Your reading was wonderful. I just knew you had to be an actress.Dombey and Son is next on my list. Thanks again.
Thanks so much for your LibriVox recording of The Old Curiosity Shop. Your reading was wonderful. I just knew you had to be an actress.Dombey and Son is next on my list. Thanks again.
Lenora wrote on March 14, 2012 on 11:32 am:
I'm still at the beginning section of Our Mutual Friend, after having listened to Barnaby Rudge, Dombey & Son, and The Old Curiosity Shop. Inside, I'm so nervous that I'll start and then finish Nicholas Nickleby without having another Mil Nicholson narrated novel waiting for me. Please keep reading to us. I can't tell you how grateful I am that I can begin and end my day listening to you.
I'm still at the beginning section of Our Mutual Friend, after having listened to Barnaby Rudge, Dombey & Son, and The Old Curiosity Shop. Inside, I'm so nervous that I'll start and then finish Nicholas Nickleby without having another Mil Nicholson narrated novel waiting for me. Please keep reading to us. I can't tell you how grateful I am that I can begin and end my day listening to you.
Dueep Jyot Singh wrote on March 12, 2012 on 9:26 am:
Dear Mil, Thank you for your hilarious rendition and voice impersonations of Nicholas Nickleby for Librivox. Our Mutual Friend is next on my listening agenda. This reading was of course 33 hours of sheer free fun! Thanks so much, again!
Dear Mil, Thank you for your hilarious rendition and voice impersonations of Nicholas Nickleby for Librivox. Our Mutual Friend is next on my listening agenda. This reading was of course 33 hours of sheer free fun! Thanks so much, again!
Brohazy wrote on March 10, 2012 on 5:05 pm:
Thank you so much for your time and effort and mostly for your wonderful talent at reading Dickens. I have listened to all of your recordings and cannot wait for any new ones. You have brought to life the characters that Dickens wrote in a way that has filled me with awe. As you read, they leap into life and become what Dickens intended them to be - larger than life. Thank you for your dedication and please, please keep reading. God Bless you.
Thank you so much for your time and effort and mostly for your wonderful talent at reading Dickens. I have listened to all of your recordings and cannot wait for any new ones. You have brought to life the characters that Dickens wrote in a way that has filled me with awe. As you read, they leap into life and become what Dickens intended them to be - larger than life. Thank you for your dedication and please, please keep reading. God Bless you.
Aniszewskas wrote on March 7, 2012 on 6:18 pm:
Hello, what a wonderful record, I just finished 'Barnaby Rudge' at librivox. And already looking for more of yours. Cheering me up during graphic designer work in the middle of Poland :) Thank you very much
Hello, what a wonderful record, I just finished 'Barnaby Rudge' at librivox. And already looking for more of yours. Cheering me up during graphic designer work in the middle of Poland :) Thank you very much
John Peterson wrote on March 6, 2012 on 9:14 am:
I also just finished Nickleby - fantastic voice-acting, not just reading! Thanks so much, I enjoyed every minute of it.
I also just finished Nickleby - fantastic voice-acting, not just reading! Thanks so much, I enjoyed every minute of it.
Phil Hudson wrote on March 5, 2012 on 12:18 pm:
Superb! Just finished your "Nicholas Nickleby". What a triumph. Thank you very much.
Superb! Just finished your "Nicholas Nickleby". What a triumph. Thank you very much.
Coldstones wrote on March 3, 2012 on 12:22 pm:
Wonderful! Please give us more.
Wonderful! Please give us more.
Jacimac wrote on March 2, 2012 on 11:09 am:
Thank you Mil for recording with Librivox, and for reading Dicken's, The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge to me in such a wonderfully expressive and believable manner. I am in bed unwell with M.E. too tired to read books, but with a brain thirsting for stimulation. You filled many days for me with entertainment, satisfaction and admiration. It also led me, in my stronger moments, to explore maps online of the City of London where I grew up only dimly aware of the dreadful historical sites so near by. Please keep up the good work, it is so much... Read more
Thank you Mil for recording with Librivox, and for reading Dicken's, The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge to me in such a wonderfully expressive and believable manner. I am in bed unwell with M.E. too tired to read books, but with a brain thirsting for stimulation. You filled many days for me with entertainment, satisfaction and admiration. It also led me, in my stronger moments, to explore maps online of the City of London where I grew up only dimly aware of the dreadful historical sites so near by. Please keep up the good work, it is so much appreciated. To find a talent such as yours accessible for free through my iphone is wonderful.