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Sue Rosenzweig
Sound Commentary, November 2013

Bill Homewood is a great storyteller and this multi-character novel calls on all of his skills to succeed, which it does on many levels. His ability to give a unique voice to every single one of the many characters, and to keep each voice straight and separate is truly a wonder. © 2013 Sound Commentary Read complete review



Rachel Redford
The Oldie, November 2013

The efforts of foundling Tom Jones to win the divine Sophia are thwarted not just by his calamitous susceptibility to so many female charms, but by all manner of misunderstandings, battles, misadventures and Dreadful Accidents. Through these picaresque romps, a twisting plot and a plethora of aptly named characters, including Squire Allworthy and tutor Thwackum, Fielding entertains us with the flaws, but essential goodness, of human nature. © 2013 The Oldie



Midwest Book Review, June 2013

Henry Fielding’s massive novel “Tom Jones” is widely considered to be a true classic of English literature. Naxos is a premier publisher of audio books and their new edition of “Tom Jones” is superbly and dramatically narrated by Shakespearean theater trained Bill Homewood. With impeccable production values…This Naxos edition of “Tom Jones” is very strongly recommended as an enduringly valued acquisition for both school and community library audio book collections. © 2013 Midwest Book Review





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