Simon Prebble

British-born Simon Prebble has played in everything from soaps to Shakespeare on stage and television, but it is as a veteran narrator of over four hundred audiobooks that he has made his mark since coming to the United States in 1990. Simon is one of AudioFile magazine's Golden Voices, has received over twenty Earphones Awards, five Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Awards, and he has been a finalist fourteen times for an Audie Award. He was Publishers Weekly's 2006 Narrator of the Year, and Booklist's 2010 Voice of Choice.

  • My Week with Marilyn

    By Colin Clark

    Read by Simon Prebble

    Now a major motion picture starring Michelle Williams

    "Simon Prebble provides a sincere and authoritative tone and also offers an occasional offhand breathy vocal characterization of Monroe...Superb..." - AudioFile Magazine

    Released Tue Oct 04 00:00:00 UTC 2011
    English, Unabridged

  • Coral Glynn

    By Peter Cameron

    Read by Simon Prebble

    The acclaimed Peter Cameron explores the ways love appears in, and disappears from, our lives.

    Starred Review. "...quietly compelling...The book is suffused with a lonely sadness and an aura of the surreal, and the many dramatic events in Coral's life are entirely plausible thanks to Cameron's skill as a storyteller." - Publishers Weekly (book review)

    Released Tue Mar 06 00:00:00 UTC 2012
    English, Unabridged

  • Mrs Queen Takes the Train

    By William Kuhn

    Read by Simon Prebble

    William Kuhn's delightful fictional debut features an endearing runaway Queen Elizabeth on the town.

    Earphones Award Winner. "Simon Prebble gives an impeccable performance in this story about Queen Elizabeth's spontaneous and unescorted journey on a train, which throws the staff of the Royal Household into chaos... Prebble's pacing with the Queen's soft-spoken, intentional speech is spot-on, as are his flawless transitions from one character's accent to the next. His intentionally exaggerated American and Indian accents and his rendering of the subtle differences between various English accents make a charming story even more entertaining. A sweet treat for Anglophiles." - AudioFile Magazine

    Released Tue Oct 16 00:00:00 UTC 2012
    English, Unabridged