Reading at the Speed of Sound Podcast, Episode 2: Audiobook Review of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

When Alice first followed that rabbit, I’ll bet she had no idea her story would be as popular today as it was back when it was first heard in 1862.  Because it was originally told by Charles Dodgson to three girls (including one named Alice) during a boating trip, what better way to experience it again today than by listening to the story? And although I’m sure Dodgson did a lovely job entertaining his young audience, I’m willing to bet he didn’t sound quite as good as Michael York, the narrator for this audio production.


Librarian by day, at night Susan is the audiobook reviews editor for SF Site. For more info about audiobooks, check out her site, AudiobookDJ.


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