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George Guidall

Three-Time Audie Award Winner for Best Audiobook Narration

George Guidall continually wins praise from publishers, authors and fans alike, for his artistry in bringing books of all genres to life. He has been delighting listeners for over 20 years, and has completed narrations for over 1300 unabridged titles. His narrations of classics like Crime and Punishment, Frankenstein, The Iliad, Don Quixote, and Les Miserables, along with many popular best sellers, have set a standard for excellence recognized throughout the audiobook industry.

Recent Narrations

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The Authors Speak…

Wally Lamb Testimonial

What a lucky author I was when George Guidall performed my second novel, I Know This Much Is True. Guidall understood and became my characters: a man suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, his resentful yet faithful twin brother, a wise Indian psychotherapist, an arrogant Sicilian immigrant speaking from the grave. Guidall’s interpretations were nuanced, humane, knowing, and pitch-perfect. When I completed The Hour I First Believed, I insisted that only George Guidall should perform the audio. Guidall’s are not so much narrations as bravura performances.  – Wally Lamb

David Robbins Testimonial

George Guidall’s insights into character portrayal are preternatural. His instincts for pacing are the best bar none. When I listen to George read my work, I listen to the voice that was inside my head when I wrote the words. It’s a joy, an honor, and uncanny to have him as the interpreter of my books.
– David Robbins

George Guidall. Live. At Your Library.

Make your next library/event informative and entertaining–an evening of wit and wisdom. With personal stories, anecdotes and out-takes, Guidall takes us behind the scenes of audiobook narration. Audiences will be delighted as they are brought close to the man behind the voice they’ve listened to for yours.

Recent News / Insights

George Guidall featured in New York Times
George Guidall Featured in The New York Times

 
Why George Guidall Is the Undisputed King of Audiobooks
By AIMEE LEE BALL | AUG. 17, 2017
Early in his career as a narrator of audiobooks, George Guidall received a note from a truck driver in Montana. The man had been so absorbed in listening to Mr. Guidall’s eloquent recording of “Crime and Punishment” that he drove off the road. He was writing from his hospital bed to thank Mr. Guidall because he now had time to finish listening to the book. Read more…