Voice actress Hillary Huber is no stranger to narrating audio books, in fact, she’s up there with some of the biggest narrators in the business thanks to her nomination as an Audie finalist for her tantalizingly captivating, spine-tingling interpretation of Cornelia Reid’s “A Field of Darkness”.

Further kudos have recently come her way for another narration of a Blackstone Audio publication via a review in AudioFile Magazine in the Personal Growth category for her narration of “What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love, and Marriage : Lessons for People from Animals and Their Trainers”, written by Amy Sutherland.

Loaded with charming stories that demonstrate the deep bonds that are formed between animals and their trainers, Huber, who was referred to as “one of the most mature and appealing voice personalities on audio”, is acknowledged for adding a layer of credibility to a lesson that might come across as less than substantial without her.

Source: AudioFile Magazine

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