Perhaps Edgar Allen Poe's most famous poem, the "Raven" is a macabre exploration of a man, his memories of Lenore, and the black bird that interrupts his studies on a dark December night, with tap-tap-tapping at his chamber door. (Summary by Hugh) (0 hr 9 min)
Read by Chris Goringe
Reader has a Good Voice
Art Monster Studio
It can be hard to find a reader who does not over act. This reader is natural and carries the words as I imagine they were meant to be read and said.
So its said, it is So. Our darkened friend Edgar Allen Poe.
What a sweet bedtime read. I sleep so deep awaiting the arrival of the day , It's a rhythm and the rhyme. That's what way thus Raven did say... Lenore tis thus Evermore.
It was amazing!
This is my first time reading/listening to Edgar Allan Poe work. And I am already hooked. I'll be picking up one of his poetry again soon. The writing itself is phenomenal, each words is placed carefully to convey every emotions and story in such a way it rolled off the tongue easily. The narrator did a good job at conveying the emotions, but a better mic would be excellent.
Great reading of a classic Edgar Allen Poe poem, or, as I like to humorously call it, a Poem. It feels fitting to end this review with the main line: “Quoth the raven, Nevermore.”
it might be the most interesting poem I never read. but disappointing. It was a novel I was looking for, but for the sake of my review, this I did ignore.
Refined Dictation: Clear & Enjoyable. English accent. Almost dead on to how I blend the lines into full sentences and evoke a story instead of patterned lines of rhythm.
I have heard very few readers read so beautifully. An amazing job by the reader and I hope to hear more of his audiobooks...love from a fan ❤
I don't read poems at all. i found this through a song called Oh Raven (Sing Me A Happy Song) by Unlike Pluto. And I became curious.