"Narrator Joel Froomkin matches the author character for character during hilarious interludes involving house cats that won't be captured for travel, a neighbor who grows hashish in Terry's garden, and villagers who delight in a film crew come to town to shoot a movie. Froomkin's capacity to deliver male and female voices is impressive, as is his fine range of both British and Spanish accents. His pacing, especially when Terry ponders each twist that fate hurls at him, is spot-on." 

Audiofile Magazine 2016

OVER 3,000 5-STAR AUDIBLE REVIEWS

“Froomkin’s narration was just perfect...... American, European, Scottish, male or female he does them all with ease and makes this listen come alive. I’m standing up applauding him right now because he delivered the perfect voice every single time and definitely turned a good book into a 5 star listen.”
— Carolyn, Audible reviewer

"I firmly believe that [Froomkin's] incredible performance had a significant impact on my enjoyment of the story. The range of voices, consistency, and quality were second to none, and each one was easy to differentiate from beginning to end. Additionally, I found his range beyond compare, and haven’t come across many narrators who could perform so many different characters so effectively, and with the ability to make me believe in the characters and draw me into the regency period for perhaps the first time.”

LoveBytesReviews

"Everything that's good about an audiobook. This is a very fun listen but at it's core, the joy is in the narration. The different voices that this narrator were able to convincingly convey, were astounding. Can an audio book be considered a tour de force?! If so, bravo, bravo, bravo!!!"

Dee, Audible reviewer

“A wonderful hypnotic experience. Pleasurably mysterious, intriguing and unique…that only can be wrought by a masterful storytellerThe narration was absolutely perfect, inflections, voicings and warmth.”   

Audible reviewer

“A brilliant job with the narration. The narrator not only has wit and style, he juggles countless characters with a ridiculous number of accents. The performance has an insatiable theatricality which made listening a treat.”
— Jermaine, Audible reviewer