Acclaimed librivox narrator David Clarke brings the classics to life in these serialised readings. Opera (Classic) Vox (Voice). Subscribe to ensure you do not miss out on each chapter of the current book. Recommendations for future works will be considered. Thanks for listening. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-clarke85/support
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The 40th Night - In which we begin but do not finish the tale of the 2nd Dervish, who is hoping to be spared by the 3 women. Also, as I mentioned in the podcast, I will be away for just over a week visiting my dad, so there will be a short hiatus in... more
The 37th Night - In which we hear the story of the 1st Dervish and await the decision of the women at the house as to whether his story is worthy of release. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-clarke85/message Support this podcast: ... more
The 34th Night - In which we continue to hear the ongoing story of the 3 women and their visitors, the merchant, the 3 dervishes and the Caliph and his retinue. This tale, as promised by Shaharazad is more mysterious and involved than any of the pre... more
Mr. Clarke is a fantastic actor. I first heard him on LibraVox and he was so excellent, I did not want to listen to anyone else! I was thrilled to discover Opera Vox. I am enjoying more
I am a long time fan of Mr. Clarke’s Librivox recordings- particularly his Sherlock Holmes stories, which I have listened to many times. His voice is pleasant and mellow, and I often turn the stories on to relax and feel immersed in a different world. I very much look forward to his forthcoming readings in this podcast!
I first came across David Clarke on LibriVox where, alongside (I believe) all the Sherlock Holmes works, he has posted a reading of my long-time favorite book, The Count of Monte Cristo. This is a book I read at least twenty times in high school alone, so the best praise I can give Mr. Clarke is that he does that book justice. There are even particular line readings (for example, a sighed “Indeed.”) that I will rewind to listen to again. He doesn’t just read these books; he reads each character.... more
I've listened to all the books narrated by David Clarke on Librivox. Most more than once. David's pacing, distinct character voices and interpretation is always spot on. (Right up there with Jim Dale's Harry Potter audiobooks). more
David Clarke is a wonderful narrator; I greatly enjoyed all his works on Librivox. Very excited for this podcast!
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