Audio Reviews

Wolf Hall

The ravishing prose is perfectly matched by Dan Stevens's intelligent reading.

Daily Mail March 2010

The Outcast

Dan Stevens is the perfect reader for this remarkably original, accomplished and compelling book. The ground-bass of his voice is steady, low and tense, yet when the text requires it he is as capable of light flirtatiousness as of furious rage. One man emerges as the real villain of the piece: slimy Dickie Cunningham, rich, manipulative and sadistic, given to beating his daughter. Stevens reads him as if smiling between clenched teeth. When Lewis finally exposes him as the brute he is, in a magnificently cathartic penultimate scene, you want to cheer.

Sue Gaisford The Independent October 2008

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