Jonathan Davis has received critical acclaim for his narration in a variety of genres. He has garnered accolades from Publisher's Weekly, USA Today, and AudioFile Magazine.
Davis has been nominated for four 2009 Audie Awards, for his performances of Galapagos by Kurt Vonnegut, Calculating God by Robert J. Sawyer, Executive Privilege by Phillip Margolin, and El Vecindario de Quinito by Ina Cumpiano.
Addtionally, Davis has narrated over thirty Star Wars titles for Lucas Film and Random House Audio, including Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith and Dark Lord. He has narrated bestsellers for many of the top publishing houses and audio divisions, for authors as diverse as Neal Stephenson, David Baldacci, Jackie Collins, Brett Easton Ellis, and Elinor Lipman, as well as over a hundred audiobooks, including Shadow of the Wind, Snow Crash, The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, The Stranger, The Chosen, Calculating God , Blindness, The Atherton Series, and Glamorama...Show More »
Jonathan resides in New Jersey with his wife Stacy, a librarian, and their daughter Olivia Simone.
Albert Camus' classic existential story,The Stranger, packs a serious and thoughtful punch. The subtleties of the text are expertly inflected by Davis.
Davis makes Paolo Bacigalupi’s thought-provoking and complex 2010 Hugo Award winning novel, The Windup Girl, even more charming and unforgettable.
This follow up to Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith, has all the makings of a Star Wars essential, including incredible production values and sound effects.
Diaz took home a Pulitzer for this one in 2008. Davis does a great job with the storytelling, accenting the anger and humor evident in the plot with his distinctive narration.
Davis captures twisted plot turns and brings complex characters to life in this Cyberpunk classic.