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October/November 2019

Discover the World of Audiobooks

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16 n AudioFile/www.audiofilemagazine.com On the Web Watch Exclusive Narrator Videos Imogen Church on narrating Ruth Ware's thriller The Turn of the Key (see review on page 31) Narrator Jason Culp on Emma Donoghue's novel Akin (see our review and interview with Jason on page 22) Nicholas Boulton on narrating Elizabeth Kingston's historical romance, Desire Lines Watch hundreds of exclusive narrator videos on our blog: audiofilemagazine.com/blog/ category/behind-the-mic It's no secret that behind every great audiobook, there's a fabulous narrator. AudioFile takes you behind the scenes—we ask narrators to share their takes on the audiobooks they're recording, and you might be surprised by what they have to say! Browse AudioFile's blog to watch hundreds of exclusive narrator videos: audiofilemagazine.com/blog/category/ behind-the-mic What kinds of videos will you find? Our narrator videos span all sorts of audiobook genres and interests. In addition to enjoying brand new videos from Imogen Church, Jason Culp, and Nicholas Boulton, you can watch Golden Voice narrator Dion Graham giving listeners insights into one of this year's biggest fantasy novels as he introduces us to the first in Marlon James's new trilogy, Black Leopard, Red Wolf. Sean Crisden shares why he enjoyed narrating Adriana Herrera's romance American Dreamer so much. When AudioFile reached out to narrator Nancy Wu about filming a video about the action-packed YA novel The Epic Crush of Genie Lo, she invited author F.C. Yee to join her to share more about the audiobook. (The video is adorable.) Looking for nonfiction? Journey back in time with narrator David Shih to discover the life and work of poet Li Bai with Ha Jin's biography The Banished Immortal. Narrator Joel Froomkin loves Broadway, and he jumped at the chance to narrate All That Jazz: The Life and Times of the Musical Chicago by one of his favorite authors, Ethan Mordden. And so much more! But don't just take our word for it—watch for yourself, and let the narrators convince you. You might just discover your next great listen. And if you have a favorite narrator that you'd like to hear from, let us know! Go Behind the Scenes

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