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The 10 Best Audiobooks of 2016
Pym, who died in 1980, has a small, tenaciously passionate following, the kind of people who form societies just so they can talk for hours about the author’s strangely entrancing comic novels of tea-drinking, cardigan-wearing women in postwar England.
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HUFFINGTON POST

The Top Five Audiobook Voice Artists
“I guess my guilty pleasure would be listening to the British audio versions of the ‘Harry Potter’ books.”- David Sedaris
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AUDIOFILE MAGAZINE

Before Jayne Entwistle became an improvisational actress and voice-over artist, she earned a graduate degree in counseling.
It has helped her understand motivation, and, she says, it proved invaluable when she played the crazy mother of a serial killer. “I used a clinical diagnosis to build that character.”
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AUDIOFILE MAGAZINE

Jayne Entwistle’s narration enhances this bittersweet story of two poor children from London during WWII.
Ten-year-old Ada has an untreated clubfoot and has never left home because her mother is ashamed of her disability. Nonetheless, when Ada realizes her precious younger brother, Jamie, is leaving London to escape the bombing, she decides to follow him.
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