A Christmas Carol (version 04)

Read by Bob Neufeld

(4.8 stars; 253 reviews)

A Christmas Carol is a novella by English author Charles Dickens first published by Chapman & Hall on 17 December 1843. The story tells of sour and stingy Ebenezer Scrooge's ideological, ethical, and emotional transformation after the supernatural visits of Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. The novella met with instant success and critical acclaim. ( Summary by Wikipedia ) (3 hr 32 min)


Marley's Ghost 50:43 Read by Bob Neufeld
The First of the Three Spirits 45:27 Read by Bob Neufeld
The Second of the Three Spirits 59:28 Read by Bob Neufeld
The Last of the Spirits 39:45 Read by Bob Neufeld
The End of It 16:47 Read by Bob Neufeld


(5 stars)

An excellent reading. Neufeld is wonderful in capturing characters. A pleasure to listen to. Thank you so much for your effort.

A Christmas Carol

(4.5 stars)

A masterful storyteller...Bob Neufeld's voice carrys the written word of Charles Dickens with the respect it deserves. And so much so visions of this tale are seen with no strain on the mind at all. Thank you Bob!

beautifully read! forget the other versions!

(5 stars)

Mr Neufeld's reading of this classic surpases all others! His is the perfect voice for this narration. Thank you Mr Neufeld!

Love it!

(5 stars)

Great book, and this narrator, Bob Neufield, adds so much to it.

A brilliant masterpiece

(5 stars)

Well written by Sir Charles Dickens and well narrated by Bob Neufeld. A transformation story of an arrogant man who transforms into the most humble and benevolent man after the succession of visits by three spirits. Sir Charles Dickens was undoubtedly the greatest novelist of all times.

(5 stars)

Truly a timeless story that nevers grows old. Bob Neufeld is the perfect reader for this story. He has become one of my favorite readers.

A lovely classic enjoyed at last

(3 stars)

I somehow managed to go up until now without ever having read the actual story, though I've seen countless adaptations of it and knew the narrative itself quite well. Having listened to Bob Neufeld and his wonderful audio narration of this classic Christmas story, I feel much better about knowing the original source material after all this time. The language was so lyrical at parts, and what felt repetitive early on soon felt almost like conversation in prose by the end and was much enjoyed. For such a short read, I do wish I'd taken the little time needed to read and enjoy this sooner.


(5 stars)

Listened to this with our family. We all enjoyed it very much. Kept my 10yo and 5yo attention. He did a great job making the story come to life!