By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 17, 2008
Who won the duels?
Find out today.
à¹ Charlton Griffin performing Crime and Punishment VS George Guidall (WINNER!) performing Crime and Punishment
à¹ Grover Gardner (WINNER!) performing The Adventures of Tom Sawyer VS Garrick Hagon performing The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
à¹ Nadia May performing Middlemarch VS Kate Reading (WINNER!) performing Middlemarch
à¹ Jim Dale (WINNER!) performing Peter Pan VS Tim Curry performing Peter Pan
à¹ Christopher Hurt (WINNER!) performing Fahrenheit 451 VS Ray Bradbury performing Fahrenheit 451
à¹ John Lee performing The Call of the Wild VS Frank Muller (WINNER!) performing The Call of the Wild
à¹ Juliet Stevenson (WINNER!) performing Persuasion VS Anna Massey performing Persuasion
à¹ George Guidall performing Ethan Frome VS Scott Brick (WINNER!) performing Ethan Frome
à¹ Davina Porter (WINNER!) performing Anna Karenina VS Nadia May performing Anna Karenina
à¹ Jim Norton performing Dubliners VS Frederick Davidson (WINNER!) performing Dubliners
A special thanks to Audible.com for this fun contest and also a hearty congratulations to some familiar names here on this list.
You might recognize Jim Dale (narrator of the Harry Potter series of audio books in the US from the Guinness Records post), Davina Porter (she was mentioned on this blog before for her work in Innocent Traitor), Scott Brick (who teaches and blogs as well as performs), and the late Frank Muller who has been given another tribute through this timely contest.
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