thank you, April, brrr, I was getting cold just by listening to the description of the floating icebergs.
Nicely read again, but this time I have a few notes for you:
> at 0:08
: you forgot part of the full disclaimer here: please insert: “This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the public domain. For more information, or to volunteer, please visit: librivox DOT org
> at 0:25
: also here, in the full disclaimer, you repeat the section number here again: please insert: “Section 95
” and then the title of the story
> at 0:45-0:54
: (p. 489) for most of the first sentence I hear a very disturbing background noise, maybe a big truck passing by ? Would you mind re-recording that part ? “It was at one o’clock in the morning of the 6th of August 1856, that after having been eleven days at sea, we came to an anchor in the silent haven of English Bay, Spitzbergen"
> at 1:30-1:39
: (p. 489) the same noise is heard here... “shed an awful, mysterious lustre on glacier and mountain; no atom of vegetation gave token of the earth’s vitality
> at 10:10:-10:14
: (p. 494) and again the noise: “preserved a record of the dead man’s name and age
The rest is totally fine. Only maybe re-record these 3 bits once more for a cleaner sound and the correct intro.