Crazy Rich Asians Series is Laugh Out Loud Hilarious

If you’re looking for a hilarious, drama-filled listen to get you through the day, don’t miss the Crazy Rich Asians series, three books by Kevin Kwan. The first, Crazy Rich Asians, is being turned into a film starring Fresh Off the Boat’s main actress, Constance Wu.

In this series, listeners dive into a world of social-climbing lovesick billionaires, devastating gossip, and scheming family members. Make sure to check out the second audio, China Rich Girlfriend, before the final entry in the series, Rich People Problems, comes out on May 23.

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Thirteen Reasons Why and the Changes from Book to Screen

There are books that stick with us throughout the years, and after reading Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher a little over a decade ago, I knew it would be one of them. The premise is haunting, but it begins an important discussion that needs to be had, especially in an age where bullying continues to be prevalent. It was quite fascinating to see how I connected to this title as a teenager, and now as a young adult with Netflix’s adapted series.

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Blood Rose Rebellion and 5 More Awesome Female Protagonists

With the release of Blood Rose Rebellion, we understand the desire to listen to as many fierce female characters as possible. Perfect for inspiring us when we’re down, or giving us a kick to push us forward, Blood Rose Rebellion and these five other titles are just the listens you need.

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WILL WILDER Author Raymond Arroyo On His Love of Spoken Stories

Many Chapters…Many Voices

By Raymond Arroyo

Many chapters of the Will Wilder series were birthed in the corner of a coffee shop. The corner is the best place to work, since it can get loud at times. Once I travel to Perilous Falls, pounding away at the keyboard, I often hear the character’s voices in my imagination. Having been trained as an actor, I find myself involuntarily mouthing dialogue in the voice of the characters as I write. I literally play all the parts by the time I get to editing — doing my full “multiple personality” routine at the end of the day.

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Dead Letters asks – How Well Do You Know Your Family?

How well do you know your family, really? You might think you know your twin sister, but can you be sure? That’s the question at the center of Caite Dolan-Leach’s debut thriller, Dead Letters. Critics are comparing it to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, but the sister angle is one we haven’t seen in some time. This audio is sure to keep you guessing until the very last page about what’s real and what is not.

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