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Old 10-14-2019, 08:35 PM   #2695
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Originally Posted by Catlady View Post
I have no problem with most female narrators; a majority of the books I listen to are by female authors, who tend to have female protagonists and therefore female narrators. I'm not a fan of Xe Sands, Tavia Gilbert, or Cassandra Campbell, but don't dislike them. Some narrators I like are Saskia Maarleveld, Hilary Huber, Imogen Church, January LaVoy, and Julia Whelan.
Most of the books I listen to have male narrators. It shouldn't matter, but it bothers me. But obviously the kinds of books I like to listen to are also more likely to be narrated by men.

That said, I think we might have similar reactions, as I actively dislike both Xe Sands and Cassandra Campbell. I don't think I've ever listened to a narrator on your liked list. Women I've liked, in addition to the incomparable Nadia May, are Bernadette Dunne, Laural Merlington, Juliet Stevenson and Lisette Lecat.
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