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Paul Woodson has the voice of the everyman, as well as an aloof professor, an elite military squad member, an attractive lady, a gruff older woman, various self-assured heads of state, and all sorts of intergalactic life-forms. In this comical sci-fi, reminiscent of Douglas Adams's work, an ordinary young man named Toby finds himself partnered with three extraordinary people;... Read More
With his flawless pacing, Paul Woodson's excellent narration is the perfect match for this engaging listen. The second book in the Austin Grant series brings back the retired Scotland Yard detective; his daughter, Rachel; and her fiancé, NYPD Officer John Frankel. When Frankel's ex-wife is found murdered in his apartment just weeks before his wedding to Rachel, Grant heads to... Read More
Three narrators recount this tale about two hallmark periods for Leonardo DaVinci's MONA LISA: its creation in the fifteenth century and its rescue from the Nazis in the twentieth. Narrator Lisa Flanagan depicts Bellina, a servant in 1479 Florence whose mistress becomes the subject of Leonardo's portrait. When Leonardo--voiced with suitable gravitas and self-aggrandizement by... Read More
Paul Woodson's rapid-fire delivery of this nail-biting work of speculative fiction follows the race to develop rockets and space exploration by way of WWII and Hitler's rise to power. Woodson deftly navigates a melting pot of accents--often within the same scene--to depict major aerospace engineers Wernher von Braun from Germany, Sergei Korolev from Soviet Russia, and the... Read More
In alternating chapters, four talented narrators provide dramatically different performances as they recount the story of a portrait painted in 1492 and its subsequent theft and recovery during WWII. Reba Buhr captures the youthful innocence and naïveté of Cecilia, mistress of the Duke of Milan, and also brings many other supporting characters from that period to life. Christa... Read More
You don't have to be a fan to enjoy hearing this absorbing audiobook about the life and times of Richard Nixon's controversial secretary of state. With Kissinger's life touching so many of the calamities the world has endured over the past 100 years, it's good to have a narrator who sounds at home with the historical and philosophical undercurrents that shaped events during... Read More
Narrators Paul Woodson and David de Vries join together to create a suspenseful listening experience set against the backdrop of WWII. Woodson is the voice of Josef Hofmann, a clandestine Russian agent sent to keep the German communist party alive. De Vries is the much younger Walter Gersdorff, a man who remembers a strange house guest from his childhood. His voice is the frame... Read More
Narrator Paul Woodson does a marvelous job with this audiobook. His deep, resonant voice brings to mind nineteenth-century intonations and pronunciations. Narrating at a lively clip, he has a command of the author's intent, pausing and accentuating for effect and to create dramatic tension. What makes Woodson's job a bit easier is that he's narrating history written by one of... Read More
This listening experience is a treat! Kenneth Womack's examination of George Martin's life will entertain those who fondly remember, and those who enjoy, the "British invasion" of popular music in the 1960s. Paul Woodson provides a beautifully professional narration with British inflections throughout. His timing, pacing, and flair are simply perfect. The record producer who... Read More
Koeppel’s popular book about banana science, culture, cultivation, and consumption poses a challenge for audiobook narrator Paul Woodson, which he fully meets. Koeppel shifts back and forth from a lighthearted study of the role bananas play in our lives in the U.S. to the tragic blood-soaked history of banana cultivation in the tropics around the world, particularly in Central... Read More
The author is most known for his Tarzan stories. Here Paul Woodson's spirited delivery enhances one of Burroughs's few realistic stories, which also parallels his own life. It's 1921 when Jimmy Torrance, who barely finished college, moves to Chicago in search of a good job. Woodson's Torrance is enthusiastic and meets every obstacle with confidence and optimism. Finally, after... Read More
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