When I first received the audio version of Destroying Avalon I had mixed feelings. I think mostly because I’d only ever heard myself read the text- so it was a complete jolt to hear someone els’s voice. The other thing was I’d never listened to a talking book before- so that, in itself, was a new experience for me. Having said that once I continued to listen I found myself drawn into the story (which was surprising as I knew how it went!!) and found myself becoming involved on a different level. I guess at that point I realised that though this was still my story it was now a completely different form of work. I could see the value of the different voices the reader (Kellie Jones) used and the way she drove the narrative along. Having spoken to people with vision problems, they’ve told me how much they value the reader changing the voices, it makes it so much more interesting for them listening.
I found this review of the Audio version- on the Read Plus website. Check it out. ReadPlus
6 thoughts on “Louis Braille Version of Destroying Avalon”
Hi Kate. I’ve just finished reading and reviewing In Ecstasy. It can be found at guysalvidge.wordpress.com
Congratulations on the book. I thought it was excellent 🙂
I am writing to alert you that your book is wrong. That is all.
It’s not that wrong.
It states a good point!
Congrats On A Good Book! =]
Is there a free online audio book of destroying avalon someone please tell me because i cant be f***ed reading it….
People, stop hating and read the book 🙂