This version of
The War of The Worlds is a clever adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel by Sidney Williams. This is the first dramatized audio of the novel set in the period and place Wells intended. This old-time radio-style drama is hosted by Tom Mitchell and was recorded in the U.K. with a full cast, including Martyn Tott, Nell Brooker, Simon Watts, John Tott, and Patricia Tott. Music and sound effects were all skillfully edited by Steve Digre.
This new retelling of War of the Worlds features wonderful music, including "The General", written and performed by Yiannis Kranidiotis, and "Mars the Bringer of War", written by Gustav Holst, recorded by Eric Pancer, and performed by The Bensenville/Wood Dale Concert Band, conducted by Fred Lewis.
It was produced by Troy Thayne of Thayne Multimedia for the Blind and Disabled, Inc.
This is an all-around wonderful adaptation of Wells's masterpiece. The script is crisp and true to the time period (1898). The acting is top-notch, and you genuinely believe the narrator IS in 1898 England fleeing Martians. An amazing piece of work. I highly, highly, highly recommend it.
i think i already did a review here, but ut didnt show up
I liked it
I wish it would have been longer and 1 and 1/2 hours didnt do it justice but i really liked that it was based on old HGWells Novel and so it was more
of a classic. Acting was great and sound effects let me amagine I was there in the past in England.