Audio Book Readers Reading a book on tape isn't as easy as it sounds. Consider, for example, all the voices the reader must create for dramatic effect. Jon Kalish reports on the art of reading books on tape.
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Reading a book on tape isn't as easy as it sounds. Consider, for example, all the voices the reader must create for dramatic effect. Jon Kalish reports on the art of reading books on tape.