Cobb excels at creating distinctive voices for all five members of Roanoke Cabin, and even during long dialogue sequences the listener can tell who’s talking. The secondary characters, including exasperated counselor Jen and brash camp director Rosie, are also perfectly pitched. Cobb’s delivery of narrative is particularly excellent, combining deadpan dry wit and a bubbly cartoon style that mimics the graphic novel origins of the Lumberjanes series. Listening to this production is a treat.
2016 Society of Voice Arts and Sciences (SOVA) award nominee.
Cobb maintains the tension in this dramatic story as well as providing a lightness in tone that brings out the flirtatious banter between the two sleuthing protagonists. Cobb’s well-tempered pitch modulations and pacing effectively convey the tension and animosity that grow among the townspeople as murders take place and each of them becomes a possible suspect....”
Amanda Cobb hits all the right notes in her narration, showing us various facets of Leila’s personality—her spunk, charm, and pensiveness as she searches for her identity, as well as the intensity of her crush on a boy she’s just met. Cobb varies her accents, tone, and pacing for an engaging listen. Listeners will be hooked to the end.
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