"Artfully told and lyrically performed, this audiobook resonates."

Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2009
"Anne Flosnik handles the hubbub of Western and Subcontinental voices with lithe aplomb." 
"Anne Flosnik's lyrical British accent is polished and professional. She provides a distinctive voice for the various characters,  establishing both their social class and gender. Her crisp diction enhances a superb listening experience."
"Anne Flosnik's voices vary in tone and pitch as she portrays characters who range from teenagers to Nina's agitated ex-husband. Flosnik's expert pacing propels the story as the near hysterical mother deals with unresponsive police, shallow friends, and uncaring neighbors. Flosnik's  narration keeps up with Nina's riveting one-day search for her daughter."
"Anne Flosnik's narration is superb, as are her characterizations of major and minor British characters, which are so good they give the sense of multiple narrators. Her depiction of the kindly but pompous butler, with an imperious tone and upper-crust accent, makes him a memorable character."
"Narrator Anne Flosnik's gentle British accent works well with this material. As she delivers the unique characters, her performance ability shines through with every word. Listeners will be enchanted by the confident tones of Seeker, entertained by the gritty voice of Wildman. Each character is as well crafted as the last, and the result is a memorable, otherworldly adventure."

"The husband and wife team that is Nicci French has produced this    psychological thriller, a story of obsession and terror for a British working woman that could easily be re-titled "The Dark Underbelly of Sex in the City. " Anne Flosnik's boldly interpretive performance is breathtaking. She disappears into French's rich cavalcade of characters. When someone begins a phone call with just the whispered name of the person being called, we know exactly who is calling and that something awful is about to happen. Each character is full-blooded and idiosyncratic. With expert pacing and emphasis, Flosnik manages to convey shifts of emotion so expertly that  her performance becomes as engrossing as the written words."
"Emily Brontë's sorrowful story of doomed romance between two childhood friends finds its voice in Anne Flosnik’s narration. The diverse range of characters in this classic could present a difficult challenge for a sole  narrator, but Flosnik conquers it with alacrity and enthusiasm. She masterfully alters her voice for each character and maintains keen attention to the varied British accents. Without being overly dramatic, Flosnik inserts passion into the dialogue and vividly conveys Brontë’s imagery. She captures the cruel infatuation of Heathcliff and the dramatic ranting of his beloved Catherine. Alternately, Flosnik delivers the humble narration of maidservant Nellie in kind, measured tones. Overall, Flosnik draws listeners into the story interweaving passionate lamentation with articulate narration."
AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine 
Published: NOVEMBER 2008
"Anne Flosnik's soft voice leads listeners into a novel of Victorian England  that is unlike those of contemporary literature. The obtuse language and structure might leave contemporary readers bewildered. Highly developed   characters appear with Henry James's signature style, which provides illuminating social commentary on politics, class, and status. Flosnik assumes the upper- and lower-class accents of nineteenth-century England, delivering the different voices with the rendition of a theatrical  performance—even crying a little now and then. The plot — seemingly inconsequential—appears slowly from a fog of ideas. The adept narrator exploits the beauty of language from a complex thinker who elaborates his characters using interior monologues and points of view. Readers, beware—this is not an easy listen." 
LITTLE BEE   by Chris Cleave
AudioFile 2003
Published: DEC 03 / JAN 04

LIE BY MOONLIGHT     by Amanda Quick

AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine
Published: MARCH 2009

THE TURN OF THE SCREW   by Henry James
AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine 
Published: DEC 04/ JAN 05
SECRET SMILE     by Nicci French
AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine 
Published: SEPTEMBER 2008
NOMAN : Noble Warriors, Book 3     by William Nicholson
AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine 
Published: FEB/ MAR 06
LYON'S GATE     by Catherine Coulter
AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine 
Published: SEPTEMBER 2008
LOSING YOU    by Nicci French
AudioFile 2005
Published: OCT/NOV 05
 Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © 
AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine 
Published: FEB/ MAR 08
"Anne Flosnik does an excellent job with a story that shifts time periods and is told in a range of voices. She reads in a clear Scottish accent, shading character with subtle changes in pacing and modulation rather than creating a range of voices. Her flow of words creates a powerful story-current that pulls the listener along inexorably. Once begun, it's hard to turn this book off."
Hear what Robin Whitten, Editor of AudioFile Magazine says about Little Bee in her AudioFile Podcast:
"In a poignant performance, Audie Award nominee Anne Flosnik (At Last
Comes Love) portrays the carefully enunciated Queen’s English Little Bee learns from watching TV and from listening to Sarah’s upper-crust diction and her two-year old son’s kidspeak. A grueling tale burnishedwith humor and love and comparable to Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner, this title will give book club members plenty to mull over."

* * * Library Journal Starred Audio Review * * *

"This engrossing story opens and closes with the voice of a sophisticated British journalist—as portrayed by Anne Flosnik. But Flosnik’s remarkable adroitness with accents soon causes the listener to forget any character other than Tat’yana Levchenko, a stalwart Soviet recruited to join Eleanor Roosevelt on a promotional tour of America—and coerced into pressing the first lady for confidential information. The subtleties of Tat’yana’s voice are extremely convincing as she grieves for her lost little daughter, as she falls in love with an American translator, and as she tells her story to the canny journalist many years later. The Roosevelts’ upper-crust tones are also believable. Tat’yana’s story is haunting, and Flosnik delivers."

AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine 
Published: SEPTEMBER 2010
"In Carey’s own version of a Renaissance world, the inhabitants are the descendants of angels. Ten years after the second installment in the trilogy KUSHIEL’S CHOSEN, Phedre seeks to release her friend Hyacinthe from a curse. In exchange for the knowledge to free her friend, she agrees to find the queen’s kidnapped son. This quest takes Phedre on an adventure through a most fascinating fantasy world. The grace of Anne Flosnik's English-accented narration pairs well with the author's prose, and the combination is lyrical. Flosnik's smooth, silky vocals are calming. Her careful enunciation of each syllable of the story-specific vocabulary and her minute pauses between word pairs are perfectly timed. As Flosnik beautifully conveys the elegance of this fantasy world, her sensual delivery is captivating."

KUSHIEL'S AVATAR    by Jacqueline Carey
AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine 
Published: JANUARY 2010
Praise from the author Chris Cleave via Twitter:

"@chriscleave@anneflosnik You gave such an extraordinary performance in Little Bee - I get hundreds of people saying how much they loved your version!"

Praise from the author Elizabeth J. Duncan:

"I can't believe how you lift those characters off the page and bring them to life. Is it magic? No, it's talent! Thanks so much for your kind thoughts and for treating my work in such an inspiring way."

@ElizabethDuncan: "@AnneFlosnik @DreamscapeAudio You do a brilliant job with the difficult Welsh accent! Not too much, not too little, just right!"
by Elizabeth J. Duncan.

"Stellar" Publishers Weekly Review:

"Narrator Flosnik turns in a stellar performance, capturing the novel’s atmosphere and its characters. The voices she creates are distinct, appropriately accented, and embody the quirks and nuance of each character, while her narration is well paced and demands listener attention."

© PWxyz, LLC. Published: January 2014
by Liz Trenow
* * * Library Journal Starred Audio Review * * * 

"Like the exquisite quilt central to the story, two women’s lives are woven together in this beautifully written and narrated story that takes listeners away to England... Hauntingly beautiful, this story will stay with readers long after master narrator Anne Flosnik finishes this not-to-be-missed audiobook."

© PWxyz, LLC. Published: September 2014
by Manda Collins
Stellar review from AudioFile:

"Narrator Anne Flosnik is a winner of multiple AUDIOFILE Earphones Awards because of her tremendous acting skills and vocal talents. All of them are on display in this first in the Lords of Anarchy series... Flosnik is incomparable in her ability to portray men and women from all strata of British society. She makes the men sound aloof, elitist, and oh so properly British and the women sound feminine, mysterious, and proper, even while they're being oh so improper. Flosnik's slight touches of wry humor to her portrayal of Lord Lisle as he tries to exercise patience in his wooing of the determined and stubborn Leonora is especially entertaining."

A.C.P. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2015]
by Helen Castor
"Anne Flosnik's graceful, dignified voice is perfectly appropriate for Joan the Maid. Flosnik's French accent is flawless, and she rolls through place names without hesitation. Helen Castor's history of Joan places her in the political context and violent conflicts of her time. It's complicated and can be confusing, but the best approach is just to listen and soak up the environment. Joan famously answered the call of God to lead a French army in waging war against the English while wearing a man's clothing. Her life may have been short, but martyrdom and canonization made her into what Castor calls a "massive star." Castor includes lengthy transcripts from Joan's trial, and Flosnik employs a slightly lower and quieter tone for Joan's testimony in her own defense. A fine performance."

A.B. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine