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THE UNBEATABLE LILY HONG

THE UNBEATABLE LILY HONG

by Diana Ma | Read by Dana Wing Lau

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Children

Dana Wing Lau creates a youthful voice for 12-year-old Lily, who must help her parents save their Chinese school while also competing in a local film competition. Lily has a lot to balance with her friend groups and school obligations. She also struggles with coming in second to her archnemesis, Max, who always seems to be one step ahead of her. Lau adds drama and passion to... Read More

THE UNMAKING OF JUNE FARROW

THE UNMAKING OF JUNE FARROW

by Adrienne Young | Read by Brittany Pressley

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Brittany Pressley brings the right ethereal feeling to this complex novel. A curse on the Farrow women causing them to go mad has haunted the family for generations. When June begins seeing things, she is tormented by the thought that it's happening to her. Pressley is especially convincing while delivering June's hallucinatory experiences. June has a decision to make: Should... Read More

UNROYAL

UNROYAL Three Women Who Shook the Monarchy

by Sarah Lyall | Read by Sarah Lyall

Pushkin Industries | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Journalist Sarah Lyall narrates her own examination of three women who shook the British monarchy. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's PR nightmare involving requests for freedom and royal funds is fresh in the public's mind. Prince Harry's struggles sometimes mirror those of his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales; her soft voice is heard in interview clips. The lesser-known... Read More

THE VICAR

THE VICAR

by A.J. Chambers | Read by Rory Barnett

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Rory Barnett portrays "The Vicar," also known as Terry Nolan, an undercover MI5 operative whose cover has been blown. Barnett adds all the narrative fuel required for this action-packed story, which unfolds a deadly serious operation designed to prevent loss of life in England's largest cities. With gusto, Barnett captures the danger and impromptu violence between Nolan and all... Read More

WAKE UP TO WONDER

WAKE UP TO WONDER 22 Invitations to Amazement in the Everyday

by Karen Wright Marsh | Read by Siiri Scott

ChristianAudio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

The author describes how the lives of 22 historical figures inspired her in ways that promoted personal freedom, emotional growth, and spirituality in the Christian tradition. Narrator Siiri Scott's melodic voice and enthusiasm work well to convey the author's humanitarian message and these well-crafted profiles. Her grasp of Karen Wright Marsh's values and arresting... Read More

THE WALK

THE WALK A Stroll to the Poll

Earphones Award Winner

by Winsome Bingham | Read by Emana Rachelle

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Children

Emana Rachelle narrates this child's-eye view of a walk (to the polls) with Granny. While acoustic guitar music plays, Rachelle cheerfully delivers a young Black girl's patter and questions as she tries to guess their destination. Granny's responses sound kind and playful. She cryptically tells the girl that they're gathering "treasured souls." Neighborhood noises add context... Read More

WANDERING STARS

WANDERING STARS

Earphones Award Winner

by Tommy Orange | Read by Shaun Taylor-Corbett, MacLeod Andrews, Alma Cuervo, Curtis Michael Holland, Calvin Joyal, Phil Ava, Emmanuel Chumaceiro, Christian Young, Charley Flyte

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

This audiobook reveals that Orange is among the most insightful novelists writing today and a poet of pain. Among this segmented novel's stellar performances, Charley Flyte's reading of Victoria Bear Shield's dramatic monologue to her unborn daughter is a tour de force--a haunting performance with an expressive tone and intimate voice. Alma Cuervo portrays Jacquie Red Feather... Read More

THE WATCHMAKER'S HAND

THE WATCHMAKER'S HAND Lincoln Rhyme, Book 16

by Jeffery Deaver | Read by Edoardo Ballerini

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Edoardo Ballerini returns to add immediacy and authority to the latest Lincoln Rhyme audiobook, which once again features his helper, Thom Reston; his partner, Amelia Sachs; and, of course, his old nemesis, the Watchmaker. When a crane falls off the roof of a skyscraper and a group threatens more mayhem to come, the city goes on alert. It soon becomes apparent that the... Read More

WATER IS WATER

WATER IS WATER A Book About the Water Cycle

by Miranda Paul | Read by Janina Edwards

Weston Woods Studios | Unabridged
Children

Gurgles, drips, and the hiss of steam combine with a musical score to accompany Janina Edwards's accomplished narration of this poem about the water cycle. "Drip. Sip. Pour me a cup. / Water is water unless . . . /it heats up." Her voice lingers with relish on the internal rhymes and onomatopoeia that carry listeners from page-turn to page- turn. End rhymes announce each... Read More

THE WAY I AM NOW

THE WAY I AM NOW Way I Used to Be, Book 2

by Amber Smith | Read by Jordan Fisher, Rebekkah Ross

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Young Adult

Jordan Fisher and Rebekkah Ross deliver the alternating points of view of this novel. Ross's initial edginess captures Eden's frayed nerves as she continues to recover from having been raped three years earlier. Still, right from the beginning, Ross also expresses Eden's inner strength and determination to heal. When she enters college and begins a nurturing relationship with... Read More

WE ARE THE CRISIS

WE ARE THE CRISIS The Convergence Saga, Book 2

by Cadwell Turnbull | Read by Dion Graham

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Fantasy

Dion Graham narrates a dark and complex contemporary fantasy in which so-called monsters leave the shadows to share the human world. The monsters have allies who hope to push through legislation to protect them, but a malevolent cult is attempting to incite an apocalyptic war against them. Graham maintains a patient yet engaging cadence in a slightly gravelly voice that grabs... Read More

WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN WHO WE ARE

WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN WHO WE ARE

by Sofia T. Romero | Read by Inés del Castillo, Frankie Corzo, Carolina Hoyos

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

A collection of linked short stories set in New England explores what happens when reality and fantasy intermingle. A trio of experienced narrators, Ines del Castillo, Frankie Corzo, and Carolina Hoyos, bring these creepy and unsettling works to life with vivid and evocative narrations. One story has the ashes of a deceased mother telling her son's fianceé how to keep him... Read More

WE MUST NOT THINK OF OURSELVES

WE MUST NOT THINK OF OURSELVES

Earphones Award Winner

by Lauren Grodstein | Read by Brad Griffith, Jesse Vilinsky, Sharon Freedman, Amir Levi, Rich Keeble

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

Five remarkable narrators create an unforgettable portrait of the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII. Brad Griffith provides the main narration as Adam Paskow, a language and literature teacher who lost his beloved wife, Kasia. After being relocated to the Warsaw Ghetto, he is recruited by the real-life Oneg Shabbat to document the histories of the Jews there. Jesse Vilinsky, Sharon... Read More

WEARING MY MOTHER'S HEART

WEARING MY MOTHER'S HEART

by Sophia Thakur | Read by Sophia Thakur, Nalini Thakur

Tantor Media | Unabridged
Young Adult

Sophia Thakur narrates her collection of poems exploring aspects of womanhood, joined by Nalini Thakur for some individual pieces. Author Thakur's voice is whispery, slow, insistent--demanding listeners' attention. They should give it, for each poem stands on its own, offering occasional internal rhymes and often startling figurative language. They provide glimpses of hearts... Read More

WELCOME HOME, STRANGER

WELCOME HOME, STRANGER

by Kate Christensen | Read by Xe Sands

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Xe Sands pulls listeners into this thought-provoking story about family, grief, aging, and connection. Rachel Calloway, a divorced, childless, 50-something environmental journalist from Washington, DC, returns home to Maine following her mother's death. With vivid descriptions and well-developed characters, listeners find themselves witnesses to Rachel's journey as she revisits... Read More

WHAT DRIVES YOU

WHAT DRIVES YOU How to Discover Your Unique Motivators and Accelerate Growth in Work and Life

by Kevin D. Miller | Read by Kevin D. Miller

Ascent Audio | Unabridged
Business & Finance

Kevin Miller's stories about superachievers and advice from motivational experts he's interviewed on his podcast are the backdrop for this passionate audiobook about what it takes to spark and sustain a life of purpose and meaning. Performing with clarity and confident resonance, the former pro cyclist establishes a fast pace; there is often not enough time to digest the... Read More

WHAT FEASTS AT NIGHT

WHAT FEASTS AT NIGHT Sworn Soldier, Book 2

by T. Kingfisher | Read by Avi Roque

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Horror

Narrator Avi Roque conveys all the creeping horror of this sequel to WHAT MOVES THE DEAD. Alex Easton, a retired soldier, travels to their family's hunting lodge in their damp and unwelcoming home country, Gallacia. Alex discovers the lodge cold and empty and learns that the caretaker has died under mysterious circumstances. The villagers are wary of Alex, and the lodge and... Read More

WHAT HAVE WE HERE?

WHAT HAVE WE HERE? Portraits of a Life

by Billy Dee Williams | Read by Billy Dee Williams

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Every one of performer Billy Dee Williams's well-lived 86 years can be heard in this candid memoir. Williams's somewhat tired vocal demeanor sharply contrasts with his cool and crisp delivery of the fascinating events of his life, beginning with his childhood appearance in a Broadway show. He has a tinge of a New York City accent. And--make no mistake--his frequent odd pauses... Read More

WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A BIRD

WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A BIRD From Flying to Nesting, Eating to Singing--What Birds Are Doing, and Why (Sibley Guides)

by David Allen Sibley | Read by Evan Sibley

Echo Point Books & Media | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Bird lovers should flock to this fascinating audiobook. David Allen Sibley's field guides for bird identification are the worthy successors to Roger Tory Peterson's classic guides and are indispensable for birders. Here, Sibley has thoughtfully adapted his beautifully illustrated print version of WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A BIRD. Sibley's son, Evan Sibley, narrates with aplomb,... Read More

WHAT THE RIVER KNOWS

WHAT THE RIVER KNOWS Secrets of the Nile, Book 1

Earphones Award Winner

by Isabel Ibañez | Read by Ahmed Hamad, Ana Osorio

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Young Adult

Ana Osorio's narration has hints of Spanish accents, which reflect the Argentinian-Bolivian background of 19-year-old Inez Olivera. Osorio stresses Inez's emotions--her longing for adventure and for her parents, who spend six months a year in Cairo. Their deaths propel headstrong Inez's journey to Egypt, where Osorio gently describes the lavishness of its nineteenth-century... Read More

WHAT WE SOW

WHAT WE SOW On the Personal, Ecological, and Cultural Significance of Seeds

by Jennifer Jewell | Read by Jennifer Jewell

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Jennifer Jewell does a fine job narrating her own work, a fascinating and sometimes frightening examination of the complex world of seeds. It is personal, political, and technical as it dives into the work of seeds, the threats they face, and the politics and economics that surround them. Jewell hosts a National Public Radio program and podcast, so she is no stranger to the art... Read More

WHAT WILD WOMEN DO

WHAT WILD WOMEN DO

Earphones Award Winner

by Karma Brown | Read by Karissa Vacker, Hillary Huber

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Karissa Vacker and Hillary Huber deliver excellent performances in this gripping audiobook. The story, set in the Adirondacks, evokes themes of empowerment, personal growth, and discovery as it depicts emotional insights and decades-spanning intrigue. Vacker voices failed screenwriter Rowan, who discovers a mysterious handbook that may have something to do with a woman who went... Read More

WHAT'S COOKING IN THE KREMLIN

WHAT'S COOKING IN THE KREMLIN From Rasputin to Putin, How Russia Built an Empire with a Knife and Fork

by Witold Szablowski, Antonia Lloyd-Jones [Trans.] | Read by David Garelik, Yelena Shmulenson, Allen Lewis Rickman

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
History

Someone thought that having the subjects quoted in this audiobook speak in a thick (almost comically so) Russian accent was a good idea. It was not. In fact, the accents distract from a compelling audiobook. The text itself is chockablock with tidbits of information about the eating habits of the famous: Lenin had little love for food, Stalin preferred his native Georgian... Read More

WHEN GRUMPY MET SUNSHINE

WHEN GRUMPY MET SUNSHINE

by Charlotte Stein | Read by Emily Spowage

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Emily Spowage performs this sizzling contemporary romance with a light touch. Gruff former professional football star Alfie is urged by his agent to write his memoir. Curvy, cheerful Mabel applies to be his ghostwriter. When the two are seen together, they're mistaken for a couple. To hide the real nature of their relationship, they pretend to be dating. Spowage brings out the... Read More

WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE

WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE Life Lessons, Funny Stories & Questionable Parenting Advice From a Professional Clown

by Kenan Thompson | Read by Kenan Thompson

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Because Kenan Thompson has been featured in movies and TV shows for the past 30 years, including a long stint on "Saturday Night Live," many people feel they know him--but this audiobook, written and narrated by the actor, shows a personal side. Thompson compares his childhood to how he's raising his two young daughters. He shares his experiences as a Black actor and notes that... Read More

WHEN SHE LEFT

WHEN SHE LEFT

by E.A. Aymar | Read by Janine Granda

Brilliance Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Janine Granda narrates this thriller about a woman and her lover who are on the run from a violent mob family. Melissa and Jake are struggling to keep one step ahead of Lucky Wilson, an assassin with a wealth of emotional problems and a mandate to bring Melissa back to her ex-boyfriend, the mob boss. A bizarre mix of assassins and mob associates await around every corner.... Read More

WHEN THINGS DON'T GO YOUR WAY

WHEN THINGS DON'T GO YOUR WAY Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times

by Haemin Sunim, Charles La Shure [Trans.] | Read by Lee Osorio

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Personal Growth

Narrator Lee Osorio soothes listeners with a warm and gentle approach to Buddhist teacher Haemin Sunim's guide to overcoming life's struggles. Using a welcoming and intellectual-sounding tone, Osorio supports Sunim's relatability, understanding of challenges, and belief that difficulties should be seen as opportunities. The author's Buddhist mindset of strength and dignity... Read More

WHERE THE WATER TAKES US

WHERE THE WATER TAKES US

Earphones Award Winner

by Alan Barillaro | Read by Eunice Wong

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Children

Narrator Eunice Wong captures the beauty and pain of this magical coming-of-age story set on a Canadian island. Listeners meet 11-year-old Ava, who has been sent to her grandparents while her mother experiences a difficult pregnancy. Wong's sweet, sensitive Ava is worried despite her loving grandparents and the gorgeous setting of the island, replete with deer, birds, and water... Read More

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

by Maurice Sendak | Read by Michelle Obama

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Children

Former First Lady Michelle Obama narrates this fresh production of Maurice Sendak's classic story. Young Max, having been exiled to his room for behaving like a wild thing, sails away to become the king of all wild things. After leading his subjects in a Wild Rumpus, he decides to return home to his supper and someone who loves him best of all. Mrs. Obama's performance is... Read More

WHERE YOU END

WHERE YOU END

Earphones Award Winner

by Abbott Kahler | Read by Megan Tusing, Samantha Desz

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Megan Tusing and Samantha Desz provide a captivating dual performance with confidence, especially when the narration is deliberately unreliable. Kat Bird awakes from a coma, coming face-to-face with her twin sister, Jude. Her memory a blank, Kat must piece together the story of their lives, with Jude's guidance. Secrets come to the surface as Kat puts the pieces of their shared... Read More

WHITE HOLES

WHITE HOLES

by Carlo Rovelli | Read by Harry Lloyd

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Narrator Harry Lloyd's affable narration echoes physicist Carlo Rovelli's casual writing style. Their conversational approach to the concept of white holes allows a variety of listeners to engage with complex physics regardless of how much knowledge they start with. Simply put, white holes cannot be entered but allow information to escape; they are the opposite of black holes,... Read More

WIFEDOM

WIFEDOM Mrs. Orwell's Invisible Life

by Anna Funder | Read by Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood, Jane Slavin

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

"It's hard to live in someone's blind spot." This refrain is part of Funder's uniquely crafted audiobook about the life of Eileen O'Shaughnessy, George Orwell's wife. Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood is a capable narrator with a bright tone and considerable skill with voices and accents. The audiobook takes on many roles--O'Shaughnessy biography, author's memoir, and social... Read More

THE WILDEST SUN

THE WILDEST SUN

by Asha Lemmie | Read by Imani Jade Powers

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Multitalented Imani Jade Powers narrates this panoramic coming-of-age novel about a Parisian teen named Delphine. The story, told in the first person, transports listeners from war-torn Paris to Harlem, to Havana just prior to Castro, and then back to France. Delphine is not a particularly likable heroine, but her drive captures one's imagination. She is obsessed with meeting... Read More

THE WITCH OF MARACOOR

THE WITCH OF MARACOOR Another Day, Book 3

by Gregory Maguire | Read by Debra Wise

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Fantasy

Debra Wise narrates the final installment of the Another Day series, the story of Rainary Ko. Rain, granddaughter of Elphaba, continues her journey back to Oz as her memories slowly return. While her progress seems haphazard, Wise's narration grounds the choices she makes and ties the many disparate plot threads together. Wise sneaks unexpectedly wry humor into the long and... Read More

THE WITCHES AT THE END OF THE WORLD

THE WITCHES AT THE END OF THE WORLD

by Chelsea Iversen | Read by Liz Pearce, Amy Scanlon

Recorded Books | Unabridged
Fantasy

Amy Scanlon and Liz Pearce create a compelling listening experience as they perform the alternating points of view of witch sisters Kaija and Minna. Their journeys diverge when Kaija leaves their woodland home for the Norwegian seaside community of their childhood and Minna, seething with hatred for the villagers who burned their mother, remains behind. The townspeople come... Read More

THE WITCH'S LENS

THE WITCH'S LENS The Order of the Seven Stars, Book 1

by Luanne G. Smith | Read by Gail Shalan

Brilliance Audio | Unabridged
Fantasy

Gail Shalan narrates this fantastical novel set during WWI. It focuses on Petra, a witch who is hidden from the world until she is sought out to join a special group called upon to fight against evil. Shalan's voice is full of feeling. Her deliberate intonation and quick pace create anticipation and a sense of adventure. Beyond the fighting against monsters and other ghostly... Read More

WITH REGRETS

WITH REGRETS

by Lee Kelly | Read by Gail Shalan

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Gail Shalan's expert narration vividly brings to life a group of affluent suburban couples whose dinner party is abruptly derailed by a shelter-in-place order caused by a lethal airborne pathogen. Shalan shines as she crafts authentic male and female characters, each with a distinct, nuanced personality. Her portrayal of the notably unlikable Britta is both engaging and... Read More

WIZARD IN EXILE

WIZARD IN EXILE Wrath of the Stormking, Book 1

by Michael G. Manning | Read by Tim Gerard Reynolds

Podium | Unabridged
Fantasy

Irish-born Tim Gerard Reynolds provides a pleasant brogue for this high-fantasy story of a simple peasant who was once one of the most powerful wizards in the world--a destroyer of armies and kings. Now in self-exile, the man would rather bask in the love of his adoring son and wonderfully eccentric extended family. In a realm meticulously populated with trolls, elves, dragons,... Read More

THE WOMAN BACK FROM MOSCOW

THE WOMAN BACK FROM MOSCOW

by Ha Jin | Read by Catherine Ho

Recorded Books | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

Even with the large number of Chinese and Russian place and character names, listeners will be rewarded by Catherine Ho's performance of this fascinating historical novel. Sun "Yomei" Weishi (1921-1968), adoptive daughter of Zhou Enlai, is selected to leave China to study acting in Moscow. Ho delivers Yomei's vivid accounts of political upheaval, harsh conditions, and her... Read More

THE WOMEN

THE WOMEN

Earphones Award Winner

by Kristin Hannah | Read by Julia Whelan, Kristin Hannah

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

The sure touch of Golden Voice narrator Julia Whelan transforms Kristen Hannah's absorbing novel about Vietnam War combat nurses into an addictive listen. An intimate portrait and a sprawling account of a searing time, the story focuses on 20-year-old Frances McGrath, who, in 1965, impetuously chooses the Army Nurse Corps over cotillions and marriage. Whelan brings believable... Read More

WOMEN OF GOOD FORTUNE

WOMEN OF GOOD FORTUNE

by Sophie Wan | Read by Catherine Ho

Harlequin Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Narrator Catherine Ho portrays three Shanghai friends who represent the struggles and limitations women face in contemporary Chinese society. Jane has always been told she's ugly and is stuck in a marriage to the one person who proposed to her, hardworking Rina is overlooked for promotions due to sexism and wants to freeze her eggs, and people-pleaser Lulu feels obligated to... Read More

THE WOMEN WHO WOULDN'T LEAVE

THE WOMEN WHO WOULDN'T LEAVE

Earphones Award Winner

by Victoria Scott | Read by Alison Campbell

W.F. Howes Ltd. | Unabridged
Fiction

Alison Campbell poignantly presents a rural English community whose disparate residents are fighting attempts by developers to close their social housing. Listeners join curmudgeonly Matilda, 90 years old, and Connie, age 29, who is fleeing a violent boyfriend. When hoarder Matilda collapses while feeding her menagerie of goats, cats, and chickens, Connie, who has been... Read More

YEAR OF NO GARBAGE

YEAR OF NO GARBAGE Recycling Lies, Plastic Problems, and One Woman's Trashy Journey to Zero Waste

by Eve O. Schaub | Read by Hillary Huber

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Eve Schaub chronicles her family's ambitious undertaking to eliminate household waste for a year, which was made even more difficult by the Covid pandemic. Hillary Huber's tone of bemused humor matches the author's witty rendition of the many sacrifices her family made on their improbable journey to zero waste. The family sought out alternatives to many common products and... Read More

THE YEAR OF THE RAT

THE YEAR OF THE RAT Pacy Lin, Book 2

Earphones Award Winner

by Grace Lin | Read by Kim Mai Guest, Grace Lin

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Children

Kim Mai Guest narrates this stand-alone sequel. The story is about Pacy's life in New Hartford, New York, and the many changes she experiences throughout a calendar year. Pacy faces her best friend's move to California, her fear of losing a library book, her concern over her future as an author and illustrator, and her understanding of where, as a Chinese American, she fits... Read More

YOU ONLY CALL WHEN YOU'RE IN TROUBLE

YOU ONLY CALL WHEN YOU'RE IN TROUBLE

by Stephen McCauley | Read by André Santana

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

André Santana's impressive narration deals with one family's contemporary problems. Cecily, a college instructor, is currently under investigation for sexual misconduct with a student. Her manic mother, Dorothy, is trying to get her life on track with the assistance of a self-help guru by opening a spiritual retreat in Woodstock, New York. And her Uncle Tom is so obsessed with... Read More

YOUR UTOPIA

YOUR UTOPIA Stories

by Bora Chung, Anton Hur [Trans.] | Read by Greta Jung

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Greta Jung performs these science-fiction stories from National Book Award finalists Bora Chung and translator Anton Hur. In one story, an elevator falls in love with one of the residents in its building. In another story, a robot tries to survive in a postapocalyptic world in which humans are nearly extinct. Jung narrates the audiobook with deep understanding of the characters... Read More

YOURS FOR THE TAKING

YOURS FOR THE TAKING

by Gabrielle Korn | Read by Jasmin Savoy Brown

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Jasmin Savoy Brown's pleasant, dynamic voice captures the climate-razed Earth and the few people selected for survival as part of the Inside Project. Women's rights advocate Jacqueline Mellinder directs its Manhattan location, allowing only women inside in order to eradicate masculinity. Ava is one of those women; her voice is growing steadily dreamier as she lets go of her... Read More

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