- Michelle KellyParticipant
I am trying to choose some of our books via Itunes for this fall, as we are Rocky Mt. Americans, living temporarily in Northern Canada, moving again, sometime between Sept and Dec, to “we don’t know yet where.”
Does anyone know if the audio version of King Arthur and His Knights, narrated by David Thorn, is comparable to the Jim Weiss version? I haven’t been able to find a J. Weiss version on Itunes, and the one by D. Thorn is $10 less expensive than any others. Price is a big consideration considering the number of books I have to order stateside and have shipped.
Are narrations of audio books of the same book/author generally the same word for word?Sonya ShaferModerator
The Jim Weiss version of King Arthur and His Knights is a retelling, much shorter than the audio book.Michelle KellyParticipant
Thank you :)!JessicaParticipant
The Story of King Arthur and His Knights By: Howard Pyle Narrated by: David Thorn(this is on audible) is this the correct one to listen to?CrystalParticipant
I havent specifically checked out King Arthur, but librivox.com has free audiobooks. They are usually read by amateurs trying to break into the industry so some are better than others, but they are all free and you can usually poke around and find a reader you like. Did I mention FREE.
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