BAILEY CARR is an Earphones Award winning audiobook narrator based in NYC. Bailey has narrated over 75 audiobooks, many for New York Times Bestselling Authors. Bailey works with publishers Audible Studios, Blackstone, Brilliance, Commonmode, Hachette, Harper, Recorded Books, Tantor, and Scholastic's Weston Woods. She was raised in Tennessee and graduated with a BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
"A trio of narrators portrays the three heroines in this novel, which nicely integrates its subplots. Jorjeana Marie animates cold 17-year-old Adri, who is orphaned and bound for Mars in 2065. While living with a distant cousin, Adri discovers the writings of two ancestors, and her prickly detachment turns to curiosity, then caring. Bailey Carr reads the emotional journal of Cat, written during the Dustbowl era. Cat is desperate to save her sister from lung disease, passionately in love with the farm's handyman, and angry with her mother for something Adri can't figure out. That anger is linked to Leonore's letters. Fiona Hardingham brings out Lenore's vivacity and consuming grief after her brother's death in WWI. Re-listening is recommended for this compelling audio with its evocative writing, parallel stories, and strong performances.
S.W. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2017]"
Raviv Ullman and Bailey Carr infuse their narrations with wonder and awe befitting a tale full of strange and beautiful things. Steeped in magical realism, it's the story of a girl who grows roses from her wrists and turns pumpkins to glass and a boy who paints moons and keeps secrets. A blossoming romance ensues. Ullman's tone is one of reverence, as if he's delivering a ballad oft recounted, while Carr's is one of desperate yearning. Their approaches are well balanced and reflect the way the narrative is shared equally between both characters. This mix of quiet and passion serves the story, which is fast paced but also possesses a poetic quality. A rich, layered performance.
E.M.C. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2016]
Two years ago Jane Norton crashed her car on a lonely road, killing her friend David and leaving her with Amnesia. At first everyone was sympathetic. Then they found Jane's note.
YOUNG ADULT FICTION
Kansas, 1934. The Dust Bowl. A dust storm blows through, and Catherine wants to ask Mama about an old postcard.
YOUNG ADULT FICTION
Jordan and Lydia talk about the Spring Musical, and Jordan can't stop thinking about old memories with Michael.
To the rest of the world, she's a normal teenager. But when she goes home, she's anything but normal. Due to a genetic abnormality, Teva unwillingly clones herself every year. And lately, home has become a battleground.
YOUNG ADULT MYSTERY
The machine is gone. Elizabeth clings to life. No one is safe. Who pays the price?
FICTION - Southern Accent
Maggie is so anxious to talk to J.D. on Sunday she can hardly sit through church services.
YOUNG ADULT FANTASY
Olivia and Ophelia were supposed to remember their vacation forever, until everything went horribly wrong.
YOUNG ADULT FANTASY- British Accent
Weakened without her magic, Eden still stands up to King Lucan in the throne room.
Bismark the sugar glider shows off a cape to his new friends Tobin the pangolin and Dawn the fox.
Mark Norman Harper takes his final bow over the railing and drops 15 floors toward the Fifth Avenue pavement. Pity.
After her parents' deaths, Victoria is raising her much younger siblings, and she can't afford any mistakes. As her client, Christopher Bennett is off-limits.