Book Of Tobit [full [BETTER] Dramatized Audiobook]
These three books all share two things in common; they were all found in the Qumran Caves of the Dead Sea Scrolls in the late 1940's-early 1950's and they are also found in the millennia-old apocrypha. You're sure to enjoy this stunning, semi-dramatized audiobook as it is read with the passion it deserves from voice talent and best-selling audio producer, Steve Cook.
Book of Tobit [Full Dramatized Audiobook]
This dramatized reading is a lavishly produced 3D audio book with a captivating soundtrack of music and sound design. Narrator Tom Vogt, known as the German voice of Colin Firth, Clive Owen and Laurence Fishburne among others, reads the dramatic story with gripping accuracy and brilliant flexibility. Taking turns, Cornelia herself tells of the labyrinth's dark past. Staged in full-length 3D sound for the first time, listeners are guided through the story as if they were part of the action themselves.
Because of this, this was a very speedy and engaging read for me. The book is plotted carefully, without glaring plot holes or dangling narrative threads. Instead, everything in this thriller fits together neatly, with just enough complications to keep you on your toes.
With the launch of Macbeth: A Novel, co-written with A.J. Hartley, in 2011, David embarked upon new horizons in modern storytelling, with audiobook originals tailored to the ever-growing market for full-length, downloadable works. Both Macbeth and Hamlet broke the publishing mould by appearing in audiobook form before print.
The audiobooks which feature as Staff Picks in 2011 will be added here. More details of these selections may be found on the linked blog posts. For more information and a list of Staff Picks in previous years, have a look at the main Staff Picks page 041b061a72