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Publisher's Summary

Renowned for his hugely popular narration of the King James Bible, Christopher Glyn now brings his considerable inspirational talents to a unique new audiobook of the complete Catholic Bible. And it’s not just Christopher’s voice that will be familiar to listeners - because this recording comprises his complete reading of KJV with the addition of the deuterocanonical books of Tobit, Judith, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, Wisdom (Ecclesiasticus), Sirach and Baruch, as well as additions to the books of Esther and Daniel to make the original full complement of 77 books. 

For those who aren’t familiar with the distinction, the additional works are those recognised by the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches as being part of scripture. Protestants, on the other hand, do not regard them as being divinely inspired, but do recognise them as important books to read. 

Who better, then, to bring all these words of God to life than Christopher Glyn! Drawing on a 35-year career as a Christian broadcaster and narrator, he delivers these stories in a uniquely expressive style that is filled with wonder at the beauty and power of God’s Word, yet which is clear, natural and easy to understand.

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  • Misty McCune
  • 17-09-21

Not the Catholic Bible.

This is KJV, NOT the Catholic Bible. I was looking for the actual Catholic Bible on audio, and this is not it. Can I have my credit back?

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  • SarahEAW
  • 06-09-21

No Way to Find Chapters

There is no way to find different books. The "chapters" number in the hundreds, but there is no PDF telling you what chapter is what. with hundreds to scroll through I never got to the new testament.
The reader is pretty good.

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  • 31-07-21

Lovely sound, smooth, just wish I knew where I was

I love hearing the bible. I read it and I like to hear it read to me when I'm stressed, going to bed, and to help my little guy when he's stressed. The performer's voice is soothing. However, if I want to find a specific book of the Bible I cannot. Nothing is lsbled, there is no sense to it. I can't get to the old testament or my favorite book by scrolling through the insane amount of chapter numbers without overwhelming my device and craving the audible app. Please fix this. I really desire a decent Catholic Bible and there just are no good choices on audible :(

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-10-21

No Chapter Titles - Too Much Bass

First thing I noticed was an overwhelming number of chapters with no titles making it difficult to locate desired books. The second issue is the audio has too much bass making it difficult to hear the natural higher tones of the narrator’s voice. This results in a muffled sounding output. This is no fault of the reader but more due to poor equalization of the audio. Christopher Glyn is one of my favorite narrator’s but this recording does him no justice.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-07-21

Bible chapters by guessing.

This is really ridiculous, the author must have assumed the best way to get to say John is by guessing and jumping through the chapter. No attempt made to title the book, chapters less even verses he is reading. Are we supposed to make up for this important part with his dramatisation!!!!

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