Read a synopsis and stream it here:
Download the audiobook (in iTunes-friendly M4B format) here:
Part 1 - http://bit.ly/1jyRleA
Part 2 - http://bit.ly/1iJkHKo
Part 3 - http://bit.ly/1iert6v
I actually started this work BEFORE I got into professional audiobook production, and the first few sections sound pretty "raw" to me. On the positive side, it shows the complete evolution of my skills as a narrator, and reading a work like this (with extremely long, convoluted sentences, in iambic pentameter, with Elizabethan-era vocabulary) was a challenge for me throughout the project!
For those of you would rather WATCH the writings of Lucretius rather than READ them, here is a brief taste: the opening lines of the work, which amount to a hymn of praise to Venus (a rather curious way to start a discourse on Epicureanism, but hey, you gotta allow a guy a little poetic license!).