Every Living Thing Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Every Living Thing

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The fifth and final volume of James Herriot's bestselling series of animal stories now available in unabridged CD format for the first time. Herriot's heartwarming story collections brings back familiar friends (including old favorites such as Tricki Woo) and introduces new ones, including Herriot's children Rosie and Jimmy and the marvelously eccentric Calum Buchanan. These programs provide a perfect opportunity for existing fans of Herriot's work to reacquaint themselves with his writing, and for those who've never read him to hear what generations of animal lovers have already discovered: James Herriot is that rarest of creatures, a genuine master storyteller.



  • I'm absolutely hooked on these books! I'm obsessed with the way James Herriot shares tales from his veterinary practice. They're incredibly enjoyable, entertaining, and full of heartwarming moments.
  • I've had this CD of 'Every Living Thing' for more than two decades, but this recording is not the original one. It seems like it's from a different session. The way the voices are delivered and the phrasing are just slightly different from the original version, and the audio quality is terrible. It's like listening to it through an ancient radio that's a hundred miles away. James Herriot (Alf Wight) was an incredible storyteller, and Christopher Timothy did an outstanding job performing his work, but this recording falls short. Maybe the service couldn't obtain the rights to the original release, I'm not sure, but I do know that settling for this one is not a good idea.
  • I absolutely love listening to these stories. They never fail to bring me joy, and I can never get enough of them. They are incredibly fun, heartwarming, and at times, a little bit sad. Trust me, you will thoroughly enjoy listening to them.
  • A wonderful read or listen. I think better read, because of the frequent stops to explain the differant pronouncations and uses of the terms i.e. boot, but none the less, a wonderful book full of warmth, love, and humor
  • Perhaps I am spoiled by the previous three books but there is an element to this book that is missing. The quirkiness of life on the Dales is gone. No more Tristan, very little Sigfreid, trucks replace horses, conversations with farmers are replaced by worries about houses and mortgages. It is just life, isn't it? Dr. Herriot grew up and I long for the younger man. But everything gets older, so this is the natural progression. That being said, it is still filled with good stories and the reader is absolutely perfect.