Saturday, 23 June 2018

Audibook Month. Narrators


Today I thought I would talk about narrators. I am SO not the person to ask. I am very new to all of this and I do not feel it is fear to say someone is great if you have only done one book by them.

But since I did try another one of Vikas Adam's books I can say that yes, he is lovely to listen at.


Amy Melissa Bentley has such a fun voice and she is perfect for YA and romance.


James Langton has this lovely voice for historical romance, all proper and perfect for Grace Burrowe's books


Justine Eyre is a new one that I kept thinking I like this voice and it always took a while to realise where from I had heard her.


Ruth Urqhart is someone I would like to listen to more...(could not find her on soundcloud)



There you go, a few that stood out. Sure there are other voices I like, but these are the ones whose name I remember :)



19 comments:

  1. I need to type that post for you!

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  2. I don't listen to audiobooks so I wouldn't know either.

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  3. Audiobooks - of course you need a good voice! Perhaps one day...

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    1. A good voice really depends on the listened too

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  4. Only two I'm familiar with here. Vikas Adam is awesome, of course, and Justine Eyre is also very talented!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  5. I love Maggi-Meg Reed's narration but she hasn't done anything in a while.

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  6. Maybe I'm not considered a newbie anymore. I've listened to all those narrators except your voice boyfriend, Vikas, and love them. But I will be trying Vikas at some point. :)

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  7. Yes, narrators are very important in enjoying an audio book.

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  8. I haven't listened to any of these narrators yet. At least, I don't think I have. I do think that the narrator can either make or break a book.

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    1. I am bad with names, but these have stuck with me :)

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  9. The only one I'm familiar with is James Langton, and he was brilliant with the historical romance. I enjoyed that series!

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  10. CJ Kritt (sp?! - she did the early Stephanie Plum books) and Jim Dale (US version of the Harry Poter books).

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