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Santino Fontana and Stephanie Einstein lead a full-cast performance of Bastone's newest audio-first romance. Older college students Robbie and Marigold are working on a couples interview project for their psychology class, which asks if love at first sight exists. The full cast portrays the interview subjects, Robbie's train-wreck parents, and their all-knowing professor. The... Read More
Piper Goodeve gives an appealing narration of this whimsical audiobook. Forty-something Jane loses her job as an attorney and then becomes a murder suspect. Her neighbor informs the police that she witnessed a romantic encounter between Jane and a younger colleague on the roof of Jane's New York City apartment building; then the neighbor is found dead, and Jane begins... Read More
Piper Goodeve's talents are showcased in this young adult fantasy. Charged with safeguarding a portal to the Otherworld, Jack has dutifully performed his job for hundreds of years. Things change when he crosses paths with the young witch Ember O'Dare. When Ember slips Jack's protection and finds her way into the Otherworld without his help, he leaves his post to save her.... Read More
Narrator Jacques Roy does the heavy lifting in this update from the chronicler of American sexual politics and champion of nontraditional families. Harkening back to his first hit, THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP, this novel plays the same chorus with new verses. The ensemble voices in this behemoth of an audiobook take part in the imagined screenplays that are part of the novel.... Read More
This first-person story requires narrator Piper Goodeve to portray the wide array of emotions experienced by its teenage protagonist. Months after her brother's murder, 17-year-old Frances is attacked by her employer, an act that unleashes her hidden magical abilities. Whisked away to a secret school of witchcraft, she learns how to use her new skills. But mysterious messages... Read More
A stellar cast comes together to create a rich listening experience rooted in magical realism. Piper Goodeve, Sean Patrick Hopkins, Samara Naeymi, Gary Tiedemann, and Jeena Yi deliver 12 inventive short stories each in turn with smooth confidence. The narrators maximize the creativity at the core of each of the narratives; the inventive plots include a girl who is growing wings... Read More
Several talented narrators deliver 20 of the year's best speculative short stories, selected and introduced by guest editor Veronica Roth, and compiled from prominent short science fiction and fantasy publications. Each narrator is chosen based on the character they portray, with some stories featuring more than one voice. This collection explores powerful imagined realities,... Read More
Piper Goodeve returns as narrator of the latest installment of the Little Bridge Island series, which can also be enjoyed as a stand-alone romantic comedy. Jo, a children's book author, has been struggling with writer's block, and the offer of an all-expense paid trip to Little Bridge to participate in a book festival is appealing. Her agent promises that her literary nemesis,... Read More
With skill and aplomb, Piper Goodeve narrates this feel-good romance centered on Lily, a struggling Chicago artist who has reached a crisis point in both her personal and professional lives. Goodeve portrays Lily as naïve and feckless but nevertheless endearing. After discovering an old legal notice, Lily learns she is still married to a man she wed in a Las Vegas chapel 10... Read More
A team of compelling narrators tells the story of women murdered and forgotten in seedy Atlantic City. Narrator Hillary Huber delivers the gut-wrenching points of view of a series of Jane Does before and after their murders. Among the living characters, Dara Rosenberg gives voice to Clara, a teenage boardwalk psychic who desperately wants to escape the "dates" her aunt sets up... Read More
Three narrators ably reveal the emotional difficulties of mothers who are dealing with childbirth and depression. In a determined tone, Piper Goodeve narrates the bulk of this audiobook, portraying Beth, who strives for independence, rather than leaning on her three siblings and their spouses. Beth's mother, Grace, who struggles with an unreliable husband and four children,... Read More
Narrator Piper Goodeve establishes a youthful and passionate voice for 12-year-old Piper, who will do anything to save her father from cancer. As his illness worsens, Piper is sent to stay with her grandmother and estranged mother at Mallory Estate, where they foster three children. While there, she learns of her magical powers and a garden that holds an elixir that could save... Read More
Piper Goodeve lends a clear and bright narration to this rom-com with an air of mystery. Who left a baby in the library bathroom and why? Single librarian and new-to-town Molly loves suspenseful literature and is eager to find the answer to the question. Sheriff John Hartwell's by- the-book nature causes him to butt heads with Molly during his investigation, but he's also drawn... Read More
In this audiobook, Sadie, Will, and their family relocate to an island in Maine. After the murder of one of their neighbors, their lives start to unravel. The story is told from the viewpoint of the key characters, including Mouse, an abused girl; Camille, Will's sassy lover; and Will and Sadie themselves, each revealing a different perspective. Narrator Piper Goodeve gives... Read More
In this audiobook, friends Codi, Ja-kory, and Maritza are inseparable. During the summer before senior year, Ja-kory and Maritza sneak out to their first house party and ask Codi to pick them up. In doing so, Codi stumbles upon school athlete Ricky sharing a kiss with a boy and promises not to tell anyone. Ricky eventually becomes friends with Codi, and they spend the summer... Read More
Diane Kruger anchors a full cast in a meta commentary on the power of storytelling. Set in Ohio just after WWII, this audio drama has a story, read by a full cast as a radio drama, within a story, narrated by Kruger, who shows off her range as she inhabits the voices of multiple characters of different ages, genders, and nationalities. The cast is simply spectacular as they go... Read More
Thornton Wilder's epistolary novel set in Rome in the months leading up to the assassination of Julius Caesar adapts exceptionally well to an ensemble production, its narrative being a chorus of contemporary Roman voices. Wilder was successful both as novelist and playwright, and here, as in his better known BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY, the narrative tracks a cast of characters... Read More
With her warm and compassionate voice, narrator Piper Goodeve makes this middle school audiobook resonate. Meg and Beatrix have been best friends since kindergarten, but that all changes when new girl Hazel moves to town and is assigned to work with Meg on a project about honeybees. Playing off the metaphorical parallels between friendships and beehives, the dynamics between... Read More
Piper Goodeve is the ideal narrator for this coming-of-age audiobook. The story is mainly told from the first-person perspective of Evie, who is awaiting the return of her fiancé, Liam, who may be lost at sea. Evie lives on an island off the coast of California with her charming but irresponsible father. Her mother has returned for Evie's upcoming wedding after several years'... Read More
In this moving audiobook, narrator Piper Goodeve superbly guides listeners through the complicated emotional journey of Charlotte, a 29-year-old widow. Charlotte has thrown herself 24/7 into her career as a software developer and marketing analyst. Her routine is upended when the remains of her late husband, Decker, are returned to her care after a mausoleum fire. Interference... Read More
Piper Goodeve delivers a clear and steady first-person narration of this charming story based on true events. Twenty-five-year-old Bree rescues pets of Little Bridge Island after a hurricane prevents many residents from returning when they planned. Bree accepts help from Drew, her boss's nephew, but is determined not to fall for him after her recent breakup. Goodeve grunts as... Read More
Abandoned by their father who has joined the Gold Rush, Gentry and her siblings, Rooster and Pearl, fend for themselves in rural Utah. Narrator Piper Goodeve anchors her self-reliant, pragmatic heroine with resolute tones and provides attuned portrayals of settlers, Native Americans, and other characters. Winn, a young man with mysterious abilities, appears after a series of... Read More
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