Audiobook Narration

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Andrew  Fallaize  is native British (standard southern english accent) and lives in NYC. His vocal character is youthful (20s-40s) and he sounds friendly, bright, warm and enthusiastic – well suited to both YA fiction and popular fiction. He is particularly good at capturing a variety of accents (British and European being specialties) and characterisations. He sounds engaged and assured and can handle technical and business language with articulacy and dexterity thanks to his background in both finance (he was an analyst for an international investment bank for 2 years) and science (he graduated in chemistry from Cambridge University). He’s recorded for publishers including Blackstone, PRH, Harper Collins.

He was nominated for an Audie award in 2021 for HOW THE PENGUINS SAVED VERONICA (published by PRH)

Rom-com Fiction – northern British male – 1st person
Historical Fiction – British male – 3rd person
Romance Fiction – British male – 3rd person (Recorded under Pseudonym)
Fantasy/literary Fiction – British male – 1st, 2nd, 3rd person narratives
Fiction/Poetry – British west-country male  – 1st person
Sport/memoir  Non Fiction – British male  – 1st person
Politics – Non fiction – British male – 3rd person
YA/Childrens’ Fiction – British male  – 3rd person