How well do you know your family, really? You might think you know your twin sister, but can you be sure? Thatâ€™s the question at the center of Caite Dolan-Leachâ€™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 havenâ€™t seen in some time. This audio is sure to keep you guessing until the very last page about whatâ€™s real and what is not.
Itâ€™s the start of a new year. Itâ€™s your chance to revamp your outlook on life, focus on being healthier, happier, more selfless, more money conscious, etc. etc. But New Yearâ€™s resolutions often become lofty and fall by the wayside within a few weeks or months of January 1st. Donâ€™t let that happen this year! To help you stick to your resolutions, we have pulled together some titles that we think will help you become a better you. Whether you are looking for spiritual inspiration, career advice, new health and wellness regimes, or just some general meditative recommendations to start your day off right, listening to one of these audiobooks can help make those goals a reality. You donâ€™t have to stop to keep up with your New Yearâ€™s resolution. Listen while you are getting dressed in the morning, in the car, while walking the dog, or during one of your daily routines. Listen on the go with an audiobook. Read more
Lauren Graham fans rejoice! Sheâ€™s back with another bookâ€”but this time itâ€™s not fiction. Talking as Fast as I Can is a collection of personal essays on everything from her unconventional early childhood to her successful adulthood through to, you guess it, the recent Gilmore Girls reboot.
When most people think of Carrie Fisher, they immediately connect her to the iconic Princess Leia from the Star Wars films. But how did Carrie get there? What made her want to be in the limelight and how did she react to being in such a blockbuster film? Listen to The Princess Diarist to learn all these answers and more.
Paulo Coelho, theÂ acclaimed author of The Alchemist, makes a magnificent return with the story of Mata Hari in The Spy. Convicted of German espionage by the French in WWI, Hari left a legacy that has inspired films, musicals, ballets, and (in this case) a compassionate novel that considers how history remembers the courtesan. Read more
If youâ€™ve read Nick Offermanâ€™s first book, Paddle Your Own Canoe, you know that the man loves woodworking. With his third and newest title, Good Clean Fun, Nick Offerman shares stories from the Offerman Woodshop, personal experiences about his own journey in woodworking, and some life lessons he has picked up along the wayâ€”as well as instructions on how to make some of their popular pieces. An audiobook edition bonus? Five original songs created and performed by Nick Offerman and Jeff Tweedy. Read more
Special guest post from the author and narrator of The Crash Detectives.