You know them as the voices behind your favorite stories – the narrators you could listen to again and again. Now, here's your chance to get better acquainted with some of the biggest names in audio as they reveal the best books they've ever narrated. From the ending that had both Suzanne Toren and her producer in tears to the series Dick Hill says he could narrate for the rest of his career, every narrator has those special books that seem to stick with them long after they leave they recording booth.
These talented actors took to their microphones (and cameras) to tell their stories just for you. Listen to their recordings and watch the videos by clicking on the play buttons below.
Scott Aiello calls this book - the first he was ever asked to narrate for Audible - 'an actor's dream.'
Even though Suzanne knew the ending to this story, she and her engineer had trouble holding back tears when recounting the story of Lincoln's assassination.
One of Luke Daniels' favorite parts of being a narrator is getting to live vicariously through characters. Here, he chats about his favorite characters from his favorite series - The Iron Druid Chronicles.
Amy quotes this funny book more than anything else she's ever read, and calls it a 'gift to a performer.'
With over 1,000 books under his belt, Dick Hill could hardly be expected to choose one favorite - but he did narrow it down to the one series he could spend the rest of his career narrating.
Alison has narrated so many amazing books - including her own autobiographical novel The English American - but she has one clear favorite. She revisits some old characters and breaks down her complete list of favorites.
Jonathan Davis loved this sci-fi story so much because he could easily picture the book's fictional future becoming a reality.
As a southerner, Allison loved giving her voice to this strong, sassy, southern female character.
Carrington MacDuffie loved the authenticity in this story, and she says it made for a very smooth narration job.
This was David's favorite book recorded for Audible for its tongue-in-cheek approach to the zombie genre.
This is the most inspiring book Arthur Morey has read in a long time, and he says it gave him hope for the future.
Jim Frangione loves the characters in this well-told series of stories - especially Chet, the canine narrator.
Gabra Zackman loves the entire body of work from author Maria V. Snyder, but she narrowed down her choice to this series, which she calls the author's 'ouvre.'
The very first audiobook John Keating ever recorded - the 2002 National Book Award winner - is also his favorite.
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