Audiobook Narration Reviews
....Sophie is portrayed by Anna Parker-Naples in a contemporary-sounding singsong cadence. As Sophie, a photographer, is challenged by her longing for fame, Barbara remains defined by the relationships in her life--she's simply a wife and mother. Aldington's voice embodies bitterness as the secrets that build this novel give way to truth. The narrators' talented performances overshadow the anticlimactic ending. AudioFile 2016,The Photographer's Wife, by Nick Alexander
Anna Parker-Naples narrates this emotional story about a family's unraveling when its patriarch, Tom Tate, reveals a long-held secret after developing Alzheimer's. Olivia Tate, a devoted wife, mother, friend, and family member, is shocked when her father-in-law confesses to having murdered her friend, Katie, who disappeared 25 years earlier. Parker-Naples portrays a spirited Olivia whose sense of right and wrong prevails despite opposition from her family. Tom Tate sounds sadly like someone who is struggling with Alzheimer's; daughter Anna presents a contrast to the bleak story. Sparkling descriptions of the Devon countryside and its food add an atmospheric presence that keeps listeners fully engaged. AudioFile 2016, Where the Memories Lie by Sibel Hodge.
"Anna Parker-Naples sets the tone for this Regency romance with her crisp British accent. Her myriad voices work together to differentiate the sincere characters from those who operate out of self-interest. A high pitch and even pacing reflect the patient and sweet personality of downtrodden Jenny, who has sworn to have nothing to do with the charming and intimidating Captain Tristram Allenby. As Allenby, Parker-Naples alternates passion with restraint as he tries to control his growing love for Jenny despite her manipulative brother's attempts to keep them apart. Overall, Parker-Naples's performance makes this story all the more enticing." Audiofile Magazine's review of award-winning narration for Her Heart's Captain.
'Anna Parker-Naples's young-sounding voice works well for the protagonist of this forbidden romance between a student and her teacher. In particular, her sweet tone makes the relationship that develops between the 22-year-old coed and her acting teacher, who is five years older, seem more elicit. In this British production, reminiscent of 50 SHADES OF GREY, Parker-Naples gives just the right middle-class London accent to most of the characters.' Audiofile Magazine, The Ivy Lessons by SK Quinn.
"Just wanted to say again what a fantastic job you did on the Ivy Lessons. And may I just say - you really did an amazing job on a really tough project. I was really impressed - especially with the sex scenes :). Not easy to do naturally at all, but you did a fantastic job. " SK Quinn, Author of Bestselling Romance and Erotica titles
"You are such a talented narrator Anna, there were a lot of voices all at the same time going on and you did them all magically"
Jane Yates, author of Garden, children's novel.
Anna, it sounds fantastic! I think you nailed it. You sound really good...My heart broke a little near the end. It was great. I like how you delivered the dialogue and the narration- subtle differences but spoken with emotion." Autumn Kalquist, author of YA Sci-Fi series "Legacy Code."