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  • Genre: Audiobook
  • The Amazing Book is Not On Fire

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer, hamsters, anime, and drawing cat whiskers... just a few of the obsessions of British YouTube stars, danisnotonfire and AmazingPhil. Dan and Phil take this visually amazing book and transform it into an even more amazing audiobook
  • Anna and the Swallow Man

    After her father is taken away, Anna and the enigmatic Swallow Man try to survive as the harsh reality of World War II creeps into their lives. Corduner's deep, story-teller voice gives this tale an air of mystery and solemnity.
  • Beast

    In this modern Beauty and the Beast story, hairy and oversized Dylan ends up in therapy, where he meets the smart, funny and transgender Jamie. Eiden's emotion and nuance capture each character's unique circumstances.
  • Gemina

    When their space station is threatened, the captain's daughter and a mafioso are the best chance for saving their new home. The pace never lets up in this full cast production that drops the listener right in the middle of the action.
  • Ghost

    When Castle Crenshaw is selected for a track team, he finds that his budding friendships mean more to him than he thought. Lockard gives this story an authenticity that allows the listener to hear Castle's struggles and triumphs through a true teen voice.
  • Grimm's Fairy Tales

    The real and gruesome tales from the Brothers Grimm are told by the biggest names in audiobooks. Every curse, every transformation, every chopped off appendage is presented with flourish in one convenient place.
  • Half Lost

    In the midst of losing the war against the Council of White Witches, Nathan struggles to deal with having become a killer like his father. In this final volume of the Half Bad trilogy, Prekopp's distinctive accents with enhanced sound effects makes this a
  • Highly Illogical Behavior

    Lisa Praytor wants to earn a psychology scholarship by curing her ex-classmate Sol of his agoraphobia. Daymond and Whelan's emotional intensity builds with each chapter as the characters test the boundaries of their newly formed friendship.
  • Holding Up the Universe

    In this love story between Jack and Libby, each must overcome obstacles - the least of which are his face blindness and her weight struggles. Marie and Daymond strike the perfect balance between these two teens as they come together.
  • The Incident on the Bridge

    It seems as though Thisbe jumped to her death, but her sister and friends are determined to find out where she really is. Hoppe deftly captures the personalities of the characters in this story told from multiple perspectives.
  • The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog

    Set in Medieval France, a la The Canterbury Tales, a white greyhound and three unlikely friends unite to escape prejudice and persecution. A full cast of narrators enhance this lively and miraculous adventure.
  • Iron Man: The Gauntlet

    Iron Man is outwitted by a young Irish girl who hacks into his suit in order to free her sister from an orphanage where she is being held captive.  Fliakos skillfully handles the many accents while his comedic timing adds a level of fun to the intensity o
  • Kill the Boy Band

    Four fangirls kidnap the least popular member of a famous boy band.  Hilarious antics ensue, secrets are revealed, and things that aren't supposed to happen do. Weed's spot-on voices and heart-felt singing make this an outrageously funny experience.
  • A Little in Love

    Fletcher imagines the story of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables from the perspective of Eponine, including her changing relationship with Cosette and her love for Marius. Grove narrates Eponine's story with great perceptiveness and a delightful French accent.
  • The Memory of Light

    Vicky Cruz wakes up in the psychiatric ward after trying to commit suicide. Here she meets new friends who inspire her to find the strength to carry on. Corzo's gentle voice connects listeners to Vicky as she recovers and finds the reasons life is worth l
  • My Lady Jane

    In this alternate-historical comic fantasy of Tudor England, Lady Jane Grey is unwillingly married off and unwittingly enmeshed in a conspiracy to control the throne. Kellgren prances through this narration with sparkling wit and theatrical attention to d
  • My Name Is Not Friday

    At the end of the Civil War, free black brothers Samuel and Joshua are living in an orphanage, until Samuel is sold into slavery, which takes readers on a journey that will hopefully lead to freedom once again. Graham's inflection and pacing make this acc
  • Nimona

    Nimona is a shapeshifter and a sidekick to super villain Lord Blackheart. Mischief escalates into a vicious battle that will expose Nimona's mysterious past as well as the Institution of Heroics. A full cast of narrators and fierce sound effects make this
  • Orbiting Jupiter

    Fourteen-year-old Joseph's foster family helps him process his traumatic life experiences, including his desire to find the baby daughter he's never met. Gebauer narrates with deeply felt emotion and adroitly handled pacing.
  • Our Chemical Hearts

    Henry Page is happily sailing through his senior year, until broken and mysterious Grace Town is chosen to co-edit the school newspaper with him. Daymond's character voices will leave readers laughing and crying making this a memorable production.
  • The Red Umbrella

    As Castro takes power of Cuba in 1961, Lucia and her brother seek asylum in the United States. Garcia deftly handles various accents and languages perfectly capturing the characters' fears and hopes for the future.
  • Salt to the Sea

    In 1945, four teenagers from different countries find their paths have all led to a voyage on the Wilhelm Gustloff, which is based on the true story of the most deadly maritime disaster. Marie, Damon, Morris, and Crouch effectively embody each of their c
  • The Secret Horses of Briar Hill

    Emmaline lives in a house with other children who suffer from the stillwaters (TB) during World War II. Only she can see the winged horses in the mirrors and one of them desperately needs her help. Hardingham's narration gives this story a hint of childli
  • The Smell of Other People's Houses

    Four lives are woven together during the early years of Alaska's statehood - a place that is unlike any other. Ruth, Dora, Alyce, and Hank are all hoping to change their lives and find family along the way. Multiple narrators allow each character to reson
  • Star Wars Ahsoka

    After leaving the Jedi, Ahsoka begins to quietly live her life as a mechanic. When the Empire invades the new planet she has settled on, she gives them more of a fight than they anticipated. Eckstein's high energy narration is enhanced by full movie-like
  • Their Fractured Light

    Sofia and Gideon want to bring down Laroux Industries and close the rift between their world and that of the Whispers, an alien life form. But to do so, they will have to trust each other as the Starbound Trilogy comes to a satisfying end. Spooky sound ef
  • Thieving Weasels

    Years after Skip escaped his dysfunctional family to attend boarding school, they locate him, dragging him back into their lies and schemes, where he finds himself wrapped in a murderous plot. Daymond's Long Island accents construct this perfectly campy s
  • Traffick

    The sequel to Tricks, this audiobook follows the five teens who have been victimized by the sex trade as they try to face their demons and attempt to change their lives.  Multiple narrators give voice to a dark, raw listen that offers a glimmer of hope.
  • Unashamed

    Grammy award winning hip-hop artist Lecrae Moore tells the painful story of his youth, his search for faith, and his successful rise to fame with unflinching honesty and directness. This memoir, narrated by the author and including tracks of his music, is
  • Wink Poppy Midnight

    In this twisty tale of manipulations, Midnight finds himself caught between two girls - one who is lost, the other who creates her own story.  Crouch, Packard and Davies work together beautifully in this atmospheric mystery, bringing depth to each of the
  • Witches: The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem

    Schanzer's dramatic narrative voice, primary source evidence, and atmospheric scratchboard illustrations combine to shine a meticulously researched, reality-show spotlight on the Salem Witch Trials. Almasy revels in the scandal and outrage propelling the events without trivializing the historical accuracy, clearly offsetting direct quotations and acknowledging primary sources.