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.
Mark learned so much from this book that 'blew his mind.'
Out of all the books he's narrated since his career began in 2000, this book stands out as one of Jonathan's absolute favorites.
Karen White says that narrating memoirs is a special treat - and this is one of her favorites in the genre.
Angela calls this story a 'fascinating study of human nature.'
Tatiana Sokolov (also known as Tanya Eby) had to fight back tears while reading the beautiful writing in this book.
The Necromancer's House encapsulated all the things Todd loves in a book.
Stephen Bel Davies calls this book 'a real journey down the rabbit hole' and a 'nonstop nightmare.'
Narrating this book gave Pete Bradbury a chance to try on a new accent - Nigerian - and to learn it, he got to immerse himself in some fascinating documentaries.
As the recording for this book winded down, Donna was so reluctant to bid these characters farewell.
This was the first book Angela Dawe thought of when asked to choose her favorites, because of the riveting story and the beautifully drawn characters.
Robertson actually recorded this creepy book at night, which helped him enter the 'horrors of Robert E. Howard's mind.'
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