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.
Richard Ferrone says there's no contest when it comes to naming his favorite series. He's on the 24th chapter now, and he still looks forward to each novel in this series.
Amy sums up her favorite series in one sentence: 'You've got to read these books.'
Alison learned so much about the history of cooking utensils narrating this witty, delightfully written book.
Tavia Gilbert was touched and inspired by Rachel Corrie's story. Though reading it made her cry at unexpected moments, it also made her hopeful for the future.
Stephen Bel Davies was completely absorbed in this memoir about the author's relationship with the notorious Clark Rockefeller.
Susan Boyce says this novel is 'like a vacation' - so much more than just a romance novel.
Though Kyle admits he isn't a big fan of Romeo and Juliet, this reimagining had him hooked.
While recording The Stranger, Jonathan had to contain his emotions so as not to give away the ending.
Graham recommends this story to anyone looking for a little magic, fantasy, and beautiful writing.
This fun steampunk series contains some of Angela's favorite characters she has ever voiced.
After recording this series, the author reached out to Pete to compliment him on his performance and to have a dialogue about the story.
With 26+ years of recording, Norman Dietz is another prolific narrator who can't choose just one book - but he loves rich characters, comedy, and first person-narration, making this book stand out among the rest.
Tanya says books are like music - sometimes you don't know you have a favorite until it resonates with you months later.
Alison has a great list of historical romance picks but her absolute favorite is coming out this April.
Karen calls romance the 'dessert on the fiction menu,' and she especially loves reading Julie James' romances.
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