“Once you have read a book you care about, some part of it is always with you.” – Louis L’Amour
Finding Home - Narrator Benjamin Fife presents the horrors many Blacks suffered in the American South in the early twentieth century. Listeners meet John "Pie" Chambless, who flees his Alabama home at age 16 after killing two Klansmen in self-defense. Fife believably renders Pie's good points; he's loyal, he enjoys pie--hence, his nickname, and he's mostly a good father to his six daughters. Fife also presents his secretive and hot-tempered side, and his love of booze and gambling.
Kellynch: Dragon Persuasion: "As always, Benjamin Fife gives us an absolutely phenomenal performance. His accents are near-perfect, his voices impeccable, and his sense of rhythm and pacing are second to none. There are few audiobook narrators in the same league as Benjamin."
– Kevin Potter, Author of The Overlords Series
All Made of Hinges: "Benjamin Fife takes on a massive task as narrator of these Mormon steampunk stories. Because steampunk requires a major suspension of disbelief, having a narrator who grounds the stories is vital. Fife is up to the task. As the characters in the tales do mind-bending actions such as reanimating Brigham Young and battling automatons, Fife keeps his composure and simply narrates as though these activities were mundane. Nothing seems unreal to him; thus, listeners are convinced this world exists. Multiple readers might have enhanced this audiobook, but Fife does an admirable job on his own.
- A.R.F. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine
Longbourn: Dragon Entail “Benjamin Fife is the series narrator and this was my first occasion to listen to his work. He had the complicated job of narrating a story with not just a plethora of human cast of characters of both genders, ages, classes, and temperaments, but also dragons of every shape and size and race. He did splendidly. I think I was most enthused for his dragon voices and actually giggled the first time I heard the squeaky high voice of Elizabeth’s fairy dragon companion in the same scene with the deep languid voice of Longbourn a huge dragon. I’ll definitely have to listen in to more of his work."
– Sophia Rose - Hotlistens.com
Father of the Bride of Frankenstein -"Narrator Benjamin Fife impressively delivers this unlikely pastiche, which combines FATHER OF THE BRIDE and FRANKENSTEIN. Fife's best creations are Frank, who displays a delightful sense of humor as he adapts to contemporary life and chooses to convert to Judaism; and Phil Fine, the bride's father, who's continually calculating all things wedding. Glimpses of Jewish traditions, along with the antics of the ever-present media and Fife's timing, add to one's pleasure. Listeners will savor the ride--bumps and all--to a memorable wedding and an unbeatable conclusion."
- S.G.B. © AudioFile 2019
Jenelle Leanne Schmidt, Author of King’s Warrior and The Minstrel’s Song Series:
“My narrator, Benjamin Fife, has been the absolute best person to work with on this project. He reads so well, and does ALL the voices, and OH. MY. SWEET. PUMPERNICKLE. DREAMS… he does the BEST DRAGON VOICES EVER!!!! I can’t wait for you to hear it. Seriously. But more than that, he’s been fabulously enthusiastic about this project. I’m completely spoiled now, I have to admit, because I don’t think I can ever work with another narrator who isn’t equally excited about my stories as he is.”
Maria Grace, Author Jane Austen’s Dragons Series:
“Ben is my favorite narrator to work with. He goes above and beyond with a technical expertise in mixing sound that is unique among all the narrators I have partnered with. He has narrated my most successful series, a very difficult fantasy world with a mix of human and fantasy creature characters that poses unique challenges for a narrator. He has truly become the voice of the series. Neither I nor my readers can imagine anyone else narrating these complex and diverse characters. I highly recommend his work!”
Cameron C. Taylor, Author of 8 Attributes of Great Achievers and The Way of Aloha:
“Benjamin Fife has narrated five books for me. The fact that I keep using him to narrate my books should say it all. He is great to work with, but what really matters is what the listeners think. The feedback and reviews from listeners has been very, very positive.”
Brad Swift, Author of The Fringe Candidate and The Zak Bates Eco-Adventure Series:
“I have found a gem of a professional audiobook narrator in Ben Fife. We’ve worked on a couple of different projects together and he’s always been able to meet and exceed my expectations. His work style is professional yet user-friendly and approachable, and his range of voices is truly amazing. I have recommended him to my colleagues and will continue to do so. My only fear is that he will become so popular that I’ll have to wait in a long line to work with him in the future.”