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 Netflixâ€™s adapted series.
Fans of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo will eat up this young adult thriller. The first title in the translation of Salla Simukkaâ€™s Snow White Trilogy, As Red as Blood is a chilling tale that will keep listeners on the edge of their seats.
Eoin Colfer, bestselling author of the Artemis Fowl series, has created a fun and engaging adventure with Marvelâ€™s Iron Man. Listeners young and old will easily be drawn into Tony Starkâ€™s world of gadgets and quips. The story also answers the question that is on the tip of everyoneâ€™s tongueâ€”who is Tony Stark without the Iron Man suit?
Jay Asher, known for his debut novel Thirteen Reasons Why, is back with his first solo title in almost a decade. What Light is a beautifully crafted Christmas tale that will have you remembering your first love just in time for the upcoming Christmas season.
With the newest installment of MAGNUS CHASE AND THE GODS OF ASGARD: THE HAMMER OF THOR, we dive right back into the action alongside Magnus and his friends. The story makes sure the listeners are all caught up with Magnusâ€™ adventures from THE SWORD OF SUMMER, and the action begins almost as soon as the narration does.
This is not your typical high school romance.
Debut author Krystal Sutherlandâ€™s OUR CHEMICAL HEARTS puts you into the shoes of Henry Page, a high school senior who has never been in love. He hopes that one day he will be, after watching his parentâ€™s adorable love story play out in front of his eyes, but heâ€™s never found that person that makes his life feel like heâ€™s caught in a romantic movie. Instead, heâ€™s hoping to become editor of his school newspaper and get into a good college. But when Grace Town walks into his class at the beginning of the school year, he knows things are about to change.
Listeners, prepare to enter the Peculiardom—Hear the story that inspired the major motion picture, plus a new collection of tales full of peculiar history.
I never imagined that I would write How to Hang a Witch or that I would narrate it. In 2013 I broke my arm snowboarding â€“ two plates, 12 screws later and I was couch-bound for two months. This was a no bueno situation for me. Iâ€™m very active, always taking on new projects, and usually bossing someone around (my mother will vouch for this). When I could use my arm again, I found myself in a strange spot â€“ everything in my life was on hold and nothing was demanding my attention. For the first time in forever, I had open space before me.