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  • Ian Fisher
  • Narrator
  • An award-winning media professional with a well-travelled, but not world-weary, voice. Dedicated to the craft of storytelling and to delivering on time.
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: [UK] England, United Kingdom
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  • Available for: Royalty Share,Royalty Share Plus or $200-$400 PFH
The Ransom Drop by Rob Phayre

Category : Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : British-General British
Vocal Style : Authoritative
Performance Notes
From The AudiobookReviewer:- "The narrator, Ian Fisher, gives a good solid performance with unique voices and accents that accurately reflects each character’s personality. He speaks clearly and with a steady cadence that helps move the story forward. Fisher injects the right amount of intenseness and suspense keeping the audience on the edge of their chairs." This book attained the AudiobookReviewer's Choice Award.

Rebirth of Angels: A Dystopian Novel by pd mac

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
A variety of accents including a narration style in British English and most of the voices are American of various types. In a world sharply divided between the corporation and outcasts, Pieter Dwa, once a corporate private investigator, finds himself on the other side of the Cordon walls where societal outcasts are condemned to an abandoned world to fend for themselves.

Lions, Liars, Donkeys and Penguins

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : British-General British
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
This is a first person description of the happenings to his sister and the pain and angst that has occured. This is a searing, unconventional, honest and deeply personal attempt to bring what has been hidden, into the light for all to see.

Hitler's Religion Retail Sample

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : British-General British
Vocal Style : Authoritative
Performance Notes
A non-fiction book on the beliefs Hitler had and which ones influenced him. A more somber tome than others I have currently undertaken.

Owen Retail sample

Category : History
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : British-General British
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
An interesting historical tale of Owen Tudor, his life and his loves.

A Sting in the Tale Retail Sample

Category : Biographies & Memoirs
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : British-General British
Vocal Style : Comedic/great comic timing
Performance Notes

Ian has worked as a broadcaster, teacher and actor and brings an international perspective to every story. He has a neutral, British voice that is fresh to the world of narration. You can take advantage of this. Ian is an international graduate of the ACX MasterClass; trained specifically for ACX narration and production.
Fiction: Owen:- Tony Riches. A historical novel about Owen Tudor, set in 15th century England. Geas of the Black Axe (Legends of the Nameless Dwarf Book 2) - D.P. Prior. Swords and sorcery at its best. Dwarf (Great War Chronicles Volume 1) - Micheal Benningfield. Swords, sorcery and dragons. A great mix and a fun story. Thunder Hunter: Viking Soul Book 1 - Rachel Medhurst. Mythology comes to life in modern London as Thor's grandson fights evil. Dead or Alive: A Novella of Shadrak the Unseen - D.P. Prior Night of Flames: A Novel of World War II - Douglas W. Jacobson. Starting in Poland with the invasion by Germany it tells the compelling story of a couple separated by war. Strangers - David Moody. A family relocates to Scotland and gruesome murders start soon after. But who is responsible? The Devil’s Library - Tom Pugh. Conflicts within society against the Catholic doctrine in the 16th century. Wolf 359 - pd mac The first of five stories set on another world. Wolf 359: Queen to Play - pd mac. The saga continues and the plots thicken. Wolf 359: A Once and Future King - pd mac. The twists in the storyline continue in book three of five. Wolf 359: The Puppet King - pd mac Wolf 359: The Templar Rebellion - pd mac The final part of the Wolf saga. . . so far. Rebirth of Angels: A Dystopian Novel - pd mac The future with corporate interests above those of the individual. Non Fiction: A Sting in the Tale - James Berryman. The early life of singer Sting before he became famous. As told by a friend from school Some great amusing stories. Hitler's Religion: The Twisted Beliefs that Drove the Third Reich - Richard Weikart. A more serious book analysing the religion that influenced Adolf Hitler, as researched from his speeches and writings. Lions, Liars, Donkeys and Penguins: The Killing of Alison - Tom Bell This is a searing, unconventional, honest and deeply personal attempt to bring what has been hidden, into the light for all to see. The Ransom Drop - Rob Phayre. A thrilling, non-stop action filled story around the hijack of a supertanker off the Somali coast and the behind-the-scenes developments to get the ransom delivered.
AudibookReviewers Choice Award for The Ransom Drop by Rob Phayre. "The narrator, Ian Fisher, gives a good solid performance with unique voices and accents that accurately reflects each character’s personality. He speaks clearly and with a steady cadence that helps move the story forward. Fisher injects the right amount of intenseness and suspense keeping the audience on the edge of their chairs" https://www.audiobookreviewer.com/the-ransom-drop " I so enjoyed your narration that, even though I wrote it, it was like hearing something new. Thanks for doing such an awesome job" - Doug McKittrick - Author Wolf 359 series of five books. "Wow, just wanted to say you're doing a great job! Thank you so much for working so hard." Rachel Medhurst (Thunder Hunter) "Congrats on some great narration. Love the voices: Jeb, Nils, Shadrak, Trav... The pacing is also really strong. Brilliant work!" D.P. Prior (Dead or Alive: A novella of Shadrak the Unseen) "my wife came into my office and was very impressed by your narration of the conversation where Barry Walpole gives Scott a job. I struggled to convince her you were doing both voices!" David Moody - Author: 'Strangers'.