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  • List: Amazing Audiobooks
  • Akata Warrior

    Sunny Nwazue continues to develop her magical powers, and after being separated from her Anyanwu, Sunny and her friends are sent on an adventure to set things right in the spirit world. Badaki gives each character their own voice, maintains the perfect pace, and pronounces everything beautifully.
  • The Beast Player

    Elin's path to becoming a beast doctor has led her to cultivate a magical power to communicate with the Royal Beasts, but this puts both her and her charges at risk for becoming a tool of war. Hirano's voice grows with Elin as does the empathy felt.
  • Becoming

    Memoir of Michelle Obama's journey from child to professional and insights into her time as FLOTUS. Michelle's honest and heartfelt candor allows listeners to vicariously experience the many vicissitudes of her political and personal life.
  • Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America

    Seventeen authors. Seventeen stories. Seventeen unique and distinct experiences about being young and black in America. An empowering book for teens showing whatever your interests, whatever your skills, whatever your shade, you are enough. Turpin and Butler's versatility makes each story is distinctly different and each character their own person.
  • Brave Face: A Memoir

    Author's ultimately hopeful memoir of growing up in the1990's battling depression, and coming into his own awareness of his sexuality at a time when the world was deeply homophobic and the AIDS crisis dominated the American psyche. Hutchinson narrates his story as no one else could, bringing to life his trials and tribulations.
  • Cheshire Crossing

    After returning from Neverland, Wonderland, and Oz, Wendy, Alice and Dorothy are all sent to a boarding school for girls who are “maladjusted.” Soon they are entering each other portals encountering villains and allies from different worlds. A full cast audio brings this graphic novel to life.
  • Daisy Jones & the Six

    The tell-all of rock's sensation Daisy Jones & the Six rise to fame, and to their sudden disbandment. This behind the scenes look at what makes, and breaks, a band is expertly narrated with a full cast bringing the mockumentary feel three dimensional.
  • Dig

    Five white estranged cousins pick away at the thin veneer of their grandparents' respectability, finding themselves while uncovering family secrets that have flourished while buried. The raw delivery of the four distinctive narrators suits the layered characters, while the intensifying plot lures in listeners with quirky delivery and character-driven complexity.
  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - Makers, Mysteries and Magic

    Get a backstage view on the making of the Crime of Grindelwald with over 100 hours of interviews with the cast and crew. Narrated by an animated and funny Dan Folger.
  • The Fountains of Silence

    Under the fascist dictatorship of General Franco, Daniel Matheson arrives in Madrid and fate introduces him to Ana, whose family's interweaving obstacles reveal the lingering grasp of the Spanish Civil War and chilling definitions of fortune and fear. A full cast embodies the time period and brings the story to life.
  • Frankly in Love

    Frank Li is Korean-American, who's parents have one rule when it comes to romance, 'Date Korean,' which proves complicated when Frank falls for Brit, who is smart, beautiful, and white. Lee voices Frank with an earnest tenderness befitting a high school senior in the throes of first love.
  • Heroine

    When a car crash sidelines Mickey just before softball season, she must keep her spot as the catcher. Her prescribed pills do more than ease the pain; they make her feel good. Pressley delivers this book with the strength of a no-excuses athlete who slowly starts to rationalize her descent into drug dependency.
  • Hey Kiddo

    Born to a heroin-addicted mother and an unknown father, Jarrett explores how his grandparents adopted him, what led him to become an artist, and his struggles and joys along the way. Jarrett himself narrates the book with a full cast, including many people from his actual life narrating their own voices.
  • Hollow Kingdom

    S.T., a domesticated crow, enjoys hanging out with his owner Big Jim, then Big Jim's eyeball falls out of his head. The zombie apocalypse from the perspective of animals. Petkoff's genius narration captures S.T.'s voice perfectly, bringing the foul-mouthed crow front and center, and lands all the punny humor the book is laden with.
  • How Long 'Til Black Future Month

    Culinary delights explore memory and what we hold on to, dragons rise up in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, and Death has to learn survive after mankind is gone. The narrators are superb, each story is of the same caliber and flow into one another seamlessly.
  • Internment

    In a near dystopian future, seventeen-year-old Layla Amin and her family are forced into an internment camp for Muslim Americans. After some time, Layla and her allies stage a revolution against the camp's Director. Nankani's narration amplifies the tense atmosphere and embodies Layla's inner turmoil during difficult times.
  • Let Me Hear a Rhyme

    Tiffany D. Jackson tells the story of three Brooklyn teens who plot to turn their murdered friend into a major rap star by pretending he's still alive. Four narrators beautifully voice the perspectives of four very different young people coming up in a 1997 and 1998 pre-gentrification Brooklyn landscape.
  • Lovely War

    The full cast brings narratorial range and nuance to Berry's sweeping World War I epic, exploring giddy romance as well as the weary introspection of a generation lost in brutal trench warfare. Tender stolen moments between a solider boy and a piano girl lend universality to this heart-wrenching romance.
  • Notes from a Young Black Chef

    A new, and honest Kitchen Confidential. Onwuachi coming of age story into the restaurant world from New York City to the most elite restaurant in Washington DC. Not everything was a success for Onwuachi, and his honesty adds authenticity to his memoir that teens will appreciate.
  • On the Come Up

    Bri's life has not been easy, but her family's struggles grow when her mom loses her job. Bri dreams of becoming a famous rapper as an answer to their troubles. In Bri's quest to become a rapper, she must decide what she is willing to compromise. Turpin's skilled narration brings all of the distinct characters to life.
  • The Opposite of Always

    Jack has fallen in love hard for Kate. After her premature death, Jake finds himself back in time at night that they first met. Is he here to get a second chance at saving her? Bullock captures Jack's vulnerability and persistence in trying to save Kate.
  • Pan's Labyrinth

    A few years past the end of the Spanish Civil War, Ofelia moves next to an overgrown labyrinth. There she meets a faun and some fairies that send her on terrifying and crucial tasks. Rivera's accented narration imbues a magical element to this creepy allegorical tale placing the reader in the Spanish countryside.
  • Patron Saints of Nothing

    After his cousin Jun's sudden death, high school senior Jay Reguero heads to the Philippines for answers. No one in his family wants to talk about as it is one more fatality tide to President Duterte's war on drugs. The emotional range Jay goes through is beautifully expressed by Ocampo.
  • Roller Girl

    Astrid falls in love with the sport of roller derby when her mom takes her to a bout, but then finds that joining roller derby is much harder than she expected. The full cast is incredibly impressive, featuring more than 25 narrators, including Guerra who shines as the primary narrator.