Frank Muller was one of the most talented narrators to ever record a book. As Stephen King said, "[When Frank reads], the blind will see, the lame will walk, and the deaf will hear."Enjoy this montage of selections from some of Frank's recordings.More
One of the most beloved and talented narrators to ever record a book, Frank Muller narrated over 200 audiobooks in his lifetime, from classics to contemporary best sellers, and won several awards in the process. Muller's jaw-dropping versatility is in full display here as he fully embodies characters, from George Smiley's weary and enigmatic demeanor to the crafty shrewdness of a Dickensian villain. After listening to this montage of Muller's best performances, listeners will find themselves agreeing with Stephen King's declaration that when Muller reads, "the blind will see, the lame will walk, and the deaf will hear."
"The Laurence Olivier of the medium." (The Chicago Tribune)
"[He is] the best reader I have ever heard." (The Los Angeles Times)
"The first true superstar reader in the world of spoken word audio." (Library Journal)
"A man who can successfully recreate both Captain Ahab and George Smiley is some kind of genius." (The New York Times Book Review)
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What an absolute treat for the ears. What a loss.
Unique. Talented. Missed.
Nothing can ever compare to Frank.
He's got to have been one, if not the, best narrators ever.
Yes, and this easily done due to it being only 15 minutes long.
Sadly Frank passed away in 2008, after being very unwell since a motorbike accident in 2001, and not only left behind a heartbroken family, but droves of saddened fans, and a huge talent that can never be equalled. Listen to this and you will be convinced you are listening to numerous narrators. A nice gesture from audible to make this available free, so thanks for that.
- Mrs Kate Evans