A Weaver of Dreams


Read by Celine Major

(3.6 stars; 13 reviews)

Delightful and charmingly predictable, this sweet romance will make you reflect one minute and laugh out loud the next. It's the kind of cozy read that will make the ideal companion on a dreary afternoon or snowy winter's evening. Enjoy!! - Summary by Celine Major (7 hr 58 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 21:37 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 2 19:15 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 3 18:38 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 4 19:09 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 5 19:20 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 6 19:30 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 7 22:35 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 8 18:10 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 9 19:05 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 10 19:26 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 11 22:05 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 12 20:21 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 13 19:35 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 14 20:30 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 15 19:30 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 16 18:54 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 17 21:27 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 18 20:57 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 19 20:12 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 20 19:40 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 21 18:41 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 22 18:55 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 23 20:30 Read by Celine Major
Chapter 24 20:44 Read by Celine Major

Reviews


(1 stars)

The narrator sounds like a robotic voice, that has been speeded up. I lasted the time that, it took to write this review! This is the second 'new' narrator that has been allowed, to ruin the listening experience for others. Librivox, please use common sense and stop allowing, every Tom, Dick and Harry to narrate! I wouldn't volunteer here because, I know that my voice has changed over the years and nobody wants to listen to a mature lady with a husky voice!! Your lack of quality control is just wasting good books for others, to enjoy! This reader is a total joke!


(3 stars)

Actually, one can totally get comfortable with this narrator if you give it time. Odd delivery perhaps but no painful mispronounciaions.


(3 stars)

Quite enjoyed the story but found the narrators voice dreary.