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This postapocalyptic novel is sparse with concrete details, leaving out dates and place names. Only one city is identified, Toronto, and only two countries, the U.S. and Canada. Nor are most of the characters named. The world being painted is one in which the future is uncertain for American exiles, and exile is the only safe course of action remaining for Americans, including... Read More
Karen Gundersen, Christa Lewis, B.J. Harrison, Sarah Mollo-Christensen, and Rob Shapiro narrate this audiobook composed of one connected story set in varying timelines. Harrison narrates as Mikhail, a zoologist in the 1800s who discovers an extinct breed of Mongolian horse. Harrison handles the era's dialogue deftly. Lewis portrays Karin, a vet who, in 1992, brings the now... Read More
Listeners are taken back to early-twentieth-century France, when retired "gentleman thief" Arsène Lupin finds himself being framed for a murder in a Paris hotel. His investigation initiates a series of complex circumstances that require all of his ingenuity, improvisational skills, and courage as he pits his wits against an unknown enemy. B.J. Harrison narrates the story with... Read More
This audiobook collection of Russian mystery and crime short stories and excerpts from larger works includes classics from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as some lesser-known works. Authors include Pushkin, Gogol, Tolstoy, Bunin, and Nabokov, among others. BJ Harrison provides a spirited and expressive narration of all the works. His voice is clear, and he... Read More
Ladies and gentlemen and children of all ages, author Les Standiford expounds upon the rise and fall of the Greatest Show on Earth--otherwise known as the circus. Narrator B.J. Harrison's inviting voice will charm listeners as he captures Standiford's enthusiasm for his subject. Circuses fell on hard times and harder times, which led to their demise, principally due to the... Read More
This classic story of love in Paris is introduced by Annie Sargent, whose youthful voice acts as guide for the contemporary listener. After a brief pause, B.J. Harrison takes up the narration of Hugo's lengthy story of 1482 Paris, when Louis XI was king. Smoothly and emotively, Harrison narrates the story of Quasimodo, Notre Dame's bell ringer, and the charming gypsy,... Read More
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