“From Broadway to the West End, I have worked with some of the finest readers of audio books. Patricia Angelin ranks among the best. She brings sensitivity, intelligence, and a prodigious talent to every book she reads aloud. Pat knows how to tell a story, and does it masterfully.”
– Susan Mosakowski, Director of the Audio Book Studio, The New York Public Library producing hundreds of recordings for the NYPL and the Library of Congress. She has also produced for Penguin Audio, FSG, Time/Warner, and others.
“Patricia Angelin’s narration is a joy to hear. She is a great storyteller. Her recordings have life and complexity. It is as if she is in the room telling us the story for the first time, not reading a book. It is captivating. Her characters are alive with their own identities, but not over the top. She is also one of the few actors who can bring to life serious texts—in particular, an art history book on the New York City art scene in the middle of the last century. She effortlessly read a book filled with difficult concepts and names—sharing it as if she were the writer or an art historian herself. In short, her work is a pleasure.”
– Joe Avellar, 3-time Emmy Award winner, Edward R. Murrow Award, 4- Associated Press Awards
“Patricia Angelin …has as masterful understanding of every nuance of the text. … Her astute choices about variations in tempo, pitch, tone and emotion enhance each book’s coherence and clarity…. In dialogue, she seamlessly creates a diverse array of fully-realized characters. Angelin always promotes the listener’s ability to enter into and enjoy the world of the book. Listening to her is a rich, joyful experience.”
– Lisa Bergtraum, Teacher