What They Say…

Current Reviews

Terror in Appalachia by J. Esker Miller
The narrator, Ward Paxton, performed the audiobook perfectly. He delivered a performance that was well-timed, expressive and moved the story along. It is obvious that Paxton performs the action-packed, terrifying tale well.
Audiobookreviewer.com

book cover River City Blues, narrated by Ward Paxton

River City Blues by Ward Howarth
The narrator is excellent, perfectly matched to the tale being recounted by the damaged yet dedicated cop, Benny, in his ongoing search for justice. Ward Paxton’s reading is steady and clear and he voices the other characters distinctly and in such a way as to further give life to the already well drawn characters, real people with shifting attitudes, fears and allegiances.
– Norma’s Reviews

narrated by Ward Paxton

Suddenly Overboard: True Stories of Sailors in Fatal Trouble by Tom Lochhaas.
What an amazing book! I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who sails or is interested in sailing. And the way the narrator presented the information made it easily understandable.
– Kayceen, Audible Listener

book cover Suddenly Overboard:, narrated by Ward Paxton

The Port Fee by Garrett Dennis
The narrator, Ward Paxton, had the authoritative voice of a teacher (in a good way) that made me believe the facts and stories he told. If you ever had a teacher who told you really good stories and who made you believe things and want to hear more, then that’s who I compare this narrator to.
– Audible Listener Review.

book cover Black Gold in North Dakota, narrated by Ward Paxton

Black Gold in North Dakota by Joe Field
The narration by Ward Paxton was very pleasant to hear, pitched perfectly for this book, clear, steady with good intonation and character voices. It was easy to believe him to actually be the reporter, Cooper Smith. Norma Miles,
– Audible Listener Review.