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Lori Duncan: Amazing voice tallent!


dear Nathaniel, just to say I love your audio readings of the Young Bond series by Charlie Higson.  You have such an amazing vocal range, and your actual narration is outstanding.  I'm totally blind and so great audio book readers mean a lot to me.  Many thanks for all the happy hours of listening you've given me, and for keeping me sane while traveling.  With best wishes from Lori.

Tuesday, 13 October 2015
John Porter: Artemis Fowl

I've listened to the first three Artemis Fowl stories. They're totally different from anything I usually listen to, and I've been enthralled. Nathaniel's range of accents and dialects, and his ability to create audio scenes is truly phantastical. I'll be hunting for more CDs from now on, and looking for some visual works too. Thank you very much. Keep up the good work.

Friday, 02 October 2015
Wendy Alden: From Vancouver, Canada

Hello from the West Coast of Canada. Thanks to our Public Service TV station, I've been able to enjoy many years after the production, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries with yourself and Sharon Small. Great series and enjoyed every episode so much have recently re-viewed all the series again. Tonight finished the final hour and a half and honestly, even though know the series ended years ago, feel quite sad it just ended as it did without resolution or future intimations of the characters. 

Visiting this website am now aware of your recording novels and children's books. Now will definitely order some of your readings for listening to in my travels in my vehicle. Nice to see a different creative outlet for yourself that is seemingly very enjoyed by yourself. 

Happy to read also how important your family life is to you and that your focus on working as an actor does not take the main priority over being a husband and a dad of two teen daughters. 

I wish you well. 

As someone who was British born and immigrated with parents to Vancouver at age 6, do love the British TV series featured so often on our PBS television. It reinforces my multiple trips to London (place of birth) and to various areas of England. It will always be 'home' to me. 

Thanks for all your diligence to your artistic talents. 

Blessings to you and your family. 

Friday, 18 September 2015
Margaret Alice Sloss: Gabriel Oak

I am deeply moved by your performance of Gabriel Oak.  Your lines:  If I ever knew one thing.  Will you ever love me and let me love you" makes my heart skip a beat.   The spiritual beautiful of this man is truly remarkable. Thank you for bringing this beautiful character to full life.  

I saw the 2015 release of Far From the Madding Crowd .... but for my heart ...you are still the only face of Gabriel Oak.



Tuesday, 15 September 2015
TessNY: hello!

When in the car, some people like to roll down the windows and loudly play their favorite music; other people blast the "Far From the Madding Crowd" audio book read by Nathaniel Parker.  (I've enjoyed all 13 hours of his reading while I was driving.)

And I know it's wishful thinking right now, but a part three of Wolf Hall on Broadway with the same cast as parts one & two would be most welcome :)




Monday, 14 September 2015

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