A lot of us like to speculate on who would best play our favourite characters in film or TV adaptations. But how about the best voice to tell the story for an audio book? What about the artist with just the right style and flare to bring your favourite scenes to life in an illustrated version?
Let’s play a game! All you have to do is suggest your ideal narrator or illustrator for the book in the post above yours. You can provide your reasoning or just the name, it’s up to you! If you haven’t read the book, why not look up the summary and suggest the actor or artist who would be most likely to convince you to give it a try?
Person A: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Person B: my ideal narrator would be Daisy Ridley-she's so classy and strong at the same time. How about The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle?
Person C: I'd love to see Brian Bolland illustrate it. How about Great Expectations by Charles Dickens?
Keep in mind the HOL rules and try to stick to well-known books. Have fun!
So, to start…
How about The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
"Does the Walker choose the path or the path the walker?" -Garth Nix
(Av/sig by Amy!)