Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Audiobook Narrators #PrinceHarry #ZaraRamm #JamesEarlJones

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers to participate in. Create your own Top Ten list that fits that topic – putting your unique spin on it if you want. Everyone is welcome to join but please link back to The Artsy Reader Girl in your own Top Ten Tuesday post.

This week’s theme is Top Ten Favorite Audiobook Narrators. I have what I think is a varied collection! Enjoy.

1. Prince Harry. That’s right. The Spare. He did an amazing job narrating the audiobook for his memoir. I really hope he does more audiobook narration. He and his wife Meghan Markle, also known as the Duchess of Sussex, have a three-book deal.

2. Zara Ramm: Zara is the narrator of Jodi Taylor’s Chronicles of St. Mary’s and Time Police series and my absolute favorite narrator.

3. James Earl Jones. What a voice. He is fantastic at narrating different versions of The Bible.

4. Jim Dale. He narrates the American version of the Harry Potter books and does a great job.

5. Cynthia Farrell. I’ve only heard her read the Go As A River audiobook, but I enjoyed it so much I will seek out her work again.

6. Kellie Martin: She narrates the audiobook of Catherine Marshall’s Christy, and her Appalachian Mountain accents are on point.

7. Eunice Wong. I’ve only heard her read the new audiobook of Jennifer Hillier’s Wonderland, but I was very impressed

8. Lauren Graham: I love her books and she does a great job with the audiobook narration. I’m also a big fan of Gilmore Girls.

9. Bernadette Dunn: She narrated both Wild by Cheryl Strayed and Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden. Both amazing performances.

10. Ilyana Kadushin: She narrated the Twilight books and many others.

42 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Audiobook Narrators #PrinceHarry #ZaraRamm #JamesEarlJones”

  1. I think all autobiographies should be listened to as long as the person who the book is about narrates. Even though me and audiobooks have not been a very good combination, I can definitely see where that would completely add to the experience.

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  2. I used to work with a guy who only “reads” books by listening to them while driving to and from work. He said he had read hundreds of books that way and recommended them to me, but I never did listen to book readings.

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  3. I have seen Jim Dale on a few posts today. I will have to listen to one of the Harry Potter books to hear him. Great list, Bonnie. I have Wonderland to listen to and am really looking forward to it now.

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