With his rich, deep and character filled descriptive voice and talent for multiple accents encompassing many geographic regions of the world, Dennis has narrated many audiobooks covering a vast landscape of subject matter.
His initial foray into audiobook work was in the style of period romance, where his rich tones and various British accents brought allure, imagery, romance, and sensuality to the authored words brought alive by his narration. He has narrated audiobooks covering many different subjects including mystery, drama and international espionage as well as pursuing non-fiction biography and early historical exploration as part of his repertoire.
Dennis’ audiobook collection is constantly growing and evolving. Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse is in final production and recently published in the Fiction category, is a Sherlock Holmes trilogy, The Cthulu Casebooks written by best selling author James Lovegrove: “Sherlock Holmes and the Shadwell Shadows”, “Sherlock Holmes and the Miskatonic Monstrosities” and “Sherlock Holmes and the Sussex Sea-Devils”. Over the past year, Dennis’ audiobook career has expanded into Non-Fiction with such books as “Pedagogy of the Oppressed” by Paulo Freire, first published in 1968 and including an updated introduction for this, the 50th anniversary edition by Donaldo Macedo. “Troublesome Young Men: The Rebels Who Brought Churchill to Power and Helped Save England” by Lynne Olson (2019 Voice Arts Awards nominee – Best Voiceover History category) chronicling the people and events that lead to the resignation of Neville Chamberlain in 1940. “The Book” by Keith Houston, an historical account of the history of books going back 2000 years to the origin of writing materials and how books developed. “The Wealthy Gardener: Life Lessons on Prosperity Between Father and Son” (2019 Voice Arts Awards nominee – Best Voiceover Self Help, Health & Wellness category ) which has been critically acclaimed as a very powerful book about building wealth and recently achieved #2 sales ranking in Amazon’s Finance category. Some have commented that it stands side by side with Think and Grow Rich. Other non-fiction titles include “Behavioural Economics – The Basics” by Philip Corr and Anke Plagnol; “Underworld – The Mysterious Origins of Civilization” by Graham Hancock; “Part of the Pride – My Life Among the Big Cats of Africa” by Kevin Richardson; “Trick or Treatment – The Undeniable Facts about Alternative Medicine” by Edzrd Ernst and Simon Singh and soon to be released, “The Master and His Emissary – The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World” by Ian McGilchrist and “Real Food on Trial – How the Diet Dictators Tried to Destroy a Top Scientist” by Dr. Tim Noaks and Marika Sboros, co-narrated with Corrie James. Historical non-fiction also includes “When Your Life Depends On It: Extreme Decision Making Lessons from the Antarctic” written by Brad Borkan and David Hirzel, (2018 Voice Arts Awards nominee) which chronicles the events of the early explorers of the heroic age and how their experiences can be related back to modern day life. He also completed another Antarctic related book in 2019 about a forgotten polar hero, “William Speirs Bruce”, written by Isobel P. Williams & John Dudeney.
Dennis narrated and produced a historical fiction romance and drama audiobook, harkening back to his South African origin entitled, “The Zebra Affaire” (2018 Voice Arts Awards nominee) written by fellow South African, Mark Fine, set during the days of apartheid when love between different racial groups was a crime, bringing the characters to life with his impeccable performance of various South African accents and dialects.
Through all genres of audiobook subject matter, Dennis excels in delivering the truth and intention of each books he brings to audio life. His voice has been described as engaging, warm, comfortable to listen to and well-acted and delivered. Dennis was nominated for a Voice Arts Award in 2016 in the Biography category for his work on, “Out of the Shoebox”, chronicling the family history of a Jewish family who moved to Israel pre-holocaust from Poland. He has worked on audiobook trilogies maintaining the continuity he began as authors have returned to him in keeping the theme and atmosphere that he started.
Growing up in South Africa, during Dennis’ early life, there was no television in the country and radio theatre was the predominant form of media entertainment. This planted the seed for his love of the spoken word, and now working in the growing audiobook industry, has provided a circle of experience harkening back to his early days coalescing in his love of storytelling.
Troublesome Young Men
On May 7, 1940, the House of Commons began perhaps the most crucial debate in British parliamentary history.
The Wealthy Gardener
The Wealthy Gardener is an audiobook with a lot of soul because it was written by a financially independent father for his 21-year old son.
The Book - A Book About Books
The Book gives us the momentous and surprising history behind humanity's most important-and universal-information technology.
Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Paulo Freire's work has helped to empower countless people throughout the world and has taken on special urgency in the United States
Underworld: MYsterious Origins of Civilization
From Graham Hancock comes a mesmerizing book that takes us on a captivating underwater voyage to find the ruins of a lost civilization ...
Burning Planet - The Story of Fire Through Time.
Raging wildfires have devastated vast areas of California and Australia years, and predictions are that we will see more of the same
How TYo Present To Absolutely Anyone
How to Present to Absolutely Anyone is the ultimate guide to successful public speaking.
The Mandela Plot
As the 1980s draw to a close, South Africa is a maelstrom of political violence with the apartheid regime in its death throes.
When Your Life Depends On It
Grab a warm blanket. This book puts you right into the action of the life-and-death decisions made by early
The Zebra Affaire by Mark Fine:
In the spring of 1976, matters of the heart are strictly controlled by racist doctrines.
A Foolish Voyage by Neil Hawkesford
In A Foolish Voyage, Neil Hawkesford gives us a remarkable tale not just about sailing but about life.
Birth of an Assassin by Rik Stone
Amidst a murky underworld of flesh-trafficking, prostitution, and institutionalized corruption
The Turkish Connection by Rik Stone:
Mehmet battles for daily survival in the murky Istanbul of 1951
The Man with the Blue Fez by Rik Stone
From a former death camp in the snowy Russian mountains of 1973,
Desperate Voyage by Ed Renehan
On a dismal day at the end of October 1968
The Backward Ark by Carl Gedeye
The Backward Ark is an absorbing insight into the reality of living the tropical cruising dream.
Out of the Shoebox by Yaron Reshef:
The Lion Seeker by Kenneth Bonert
In the tradition of the great immigrant sagas
Final Passage by Timothy Frost
What is the dark secret that Martin Lancaster's family seem determined to stop him uncovering?
Slow Boat To Purgatory by Vernon Baker
Gaspar De Rouse, a Templar knight, a man murdered by his brothers for the secret he possessed,
Steinburg: The Road to Amsterdam by Douglass K. Davies
It's April 6th 1941. A young Dutch scholar lies bleeding in the snow,
Fire Mage - Book One by John Forrester
For centuries, mages perfected magic at the Order of the Dawn
Sun Mage - Book Two by John Forrester
Far out to sea, a mysterious island holds the ancient city of Darkov
Into the Nanten: The Record of My Exile by Jay Swanson
Into the Nanten is the journal of Marceles na Tetrarch, a man exiled
Into the Nanten: The Fall of the Arbor King by jay Swanson
Deep in the jungles of the Nanten, a cult has risen
Ostend by Volker Weidermann
It's the summer of 1936, and writer Stefan Zweig is in crisis
Murder in the House of the Muse by Leni Bogat
In this delicious murder mystery we are introduced to Jeremy
Daughter and the Snake by T. Maxximillian Dafoe
Caversham's Bride: The Caversham Chronicles - Book One by Sandy Raven
Sold into slavery by the men who were supposed to kill her,
Already His: The Caversham Chronicles - Book Two by Sandy Raven
Lady Elise Halden is learning that if she has any hope of reining in the Earl of Camden's affections
Loving Sarah: The Caversham Chronicles - Book Three by Sandy Raven
She was running to adventure, he was running from destiny.Lady
Lucky's Lady: The Caversham Chronicles - Book Four by Sandy Raven
When naval architect Mary-Michael Watkins married her elderly
The Scottish Selkie
From ancient druid lore, springs the tale of a mysterious, dark warrior
In early 20th century British East Africa, there are rules for the British
How to meet Women on Facebook by Joseph Salama
Facebook has one billion users - 57 percent of whom are women