Jim Frangione

Any day now Jim will be stepping into the booth to record Tender Is The Bite, the next Chet and Bernie novel. Jim has been the voice of Chet for the whole series and he’s just superb. Can’t wait to hear how he handles some  of the scenes – Chet’s first meeting with Griffie the ferret, for example, and Chet and Bernie at the political rally. Good luck, Jim!

 

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6 Responses to “Jim Frangione”

  1. B. Stover
    10:45 am on April 12th, 2021

    He is excellent.

    Good day to all.

  2. Herd of Hounds
    11:38 am on April 12th, 2021

    Good day to everyone!
    It looks like most everyone is having a little taste of spring and it’s about time!
    Jim F has an excellent voice and a fantastic interpretation of the C & B stories.
    We are waiting with baited breath for not only the stories but also the recordings.

  3. Wose-The Small and Meek
    11:40 am on April 12th, 2021

    Greetings!

    I like the audio book covers!

    Make today awesome!

  4. mlaiuppa
    5:47 pm on April 12th, 2021

    I am a little wary of audiobooks. I bought the audio for The Art of Racing in the Rain and loved it. Great narrator.

    Then I bought The Martian and it was awful. Just dreadful. Not the current one with Wil Wheaton. This was before that. And I guess there were so many complaints that they redid it with Wil Wheaton and reissued it. I bought that one and it is great.

    I’m not familiar with Jim Frangione. There’s a sample on iTunes and he sounds pretty good. But at $17 I don’t think I’m going to be able to afford all of the audiobooks, plus $7 for the shorter e-book stories. But we’ll see.

  5. Hobbit
    10:03 pm on April 12th, 2021

    Even though I’ve not bought any of the C&B books as audiobooks, I know that Jim has gotten fantastic reviews for his readings.
    The desktop computer I bought 3 years ago does not have a slot for CDs so I can’t check audiobooks out from the library (which recently re-opened–yay!).

    I had a good day today and got to cross off a couple of tasks from my list–yay. I almost ran out of steam at the grocery store standing in line at the checkout counter. I always pick a problem line that moves slowly and I was reaching my limit of standing on my feet. I usually shop at a small chain grocery store but had to go to a larger store to get a couple of items not carried at the smaller store. All the handicapped spaces were taken and I had to walk too much trying to find and get the items. I am “supposed” to use one of those electric carts but I just can’t imagine myself shopping in one.

  6. mlaiuppa
    1:31 am on April 14th, 2021

    Hobbit. My laptop doesn’t have any playing capabilities either. I bought an external CD/DVD player for it. They’re fairly cheap and pretty good. Just read the reviews and check the specs. I need one as I have DVDs and CDs that aren’t available as downloads. Specialty stuff like knitting, watercolor or audio music. I’ve converted a few of my vinyl albums and burned them on CD so I can play them in my car. Yes, my car has a CD player. These albums will never be available on CD or as downloads so Audacity is my friend. Plus by importing my CDs into iTunes I can then have them available on my iPad or iPhone. I just think it’s handy to have. Plus I’m not tethered to the living room every time I want to watch a movie or hear some music.

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