AUDIOBOOKS

'Stories are equipment for living.' Kenneth Burke.

It's a privilege to tell them.

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 Curtis is a strong narrator whose mixture of  emotion and careful detachment is able to make the listener believe that it is her own story she's telling. It's a powerful performance. 

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Girl In The Dark.

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Hannah Curtis infuses her performance with an audible delight for Stuarts quirky story and characters. 

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Pigeon Pie Mystery.

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Her voice proves welcoming in it's energy but is equally assertive and filled with conviction as she narrates Rippon's prose. She proves adept at communicating Rippon's arguments. Curtis fluctuates her tone to meet the context of the writing, making the experience feel almost conversational to the listener. Her performance seems entirely in sync with the author.

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Gender And Our Brains.

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Curtis narrates the chapters from the titular widows perspective. She varies the texture and quality of her voice to reflect Jean Taylor's changing moods.

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The Widow.