VINEGAR GIRL by Anne TylerÂ is an incredible listen for fans of William Shakespeare, and for those who are looking for a modern adaptation of the bardâ€™sÂ The Taming of the Shrew.Â This audio is filled with asÂ much wit as the original, and itÂ is easy to become enthralledÂ while youÂ listen.
Gillian Flynn, New York Times bestselling author of Gone Girl, is back with a short story called The Grownup. The Grownup is a chillingÂ ghost story about a suburban family in a Gothic Victorian home.
The nameless narrator is a young grafter woman. She works at a spiritual shopâ€”in front they provide women with psychic readings; in back, they provide pleasure to men. One day, a disheveled woman, Susan, enters the shop and asks for help. Her house may be haunted, and her unusual stepson may have sinister intentions. Intending to use Susan as a conduit to other wealthy women interested in psychic house calls, the narrator agrees to help.
Once the narrator begins visiting the family and the home, however, eerily disturbing events and stories unfoldâ€¦and things are not necessarily as they seem.
…If these two can ever get to Seattle. Or at least thatâ€™s what they think when they begin their journey. Ashley Davidson and Dashiell Sutherland are two individuals who desperately need to get to Seattle for Christmas and the only option is to share the one rental car available. The close quarters force them to open up to each other and thus begins the wild ride ahead. They may never get to Seattle in time for Christmas but their trip is still full of many surprises â€“ and even the most unimaginable wishes may yet come true.
Debbie Macomberâ€™s Dashing Through the Snow is the story of a magical romance amidst the hustle and bustle of crazy holiday travel. For more audio holiday suggestions, check out our holiday collection.
Readers loved–and lost–alongside Louisa Clark in Me Before You, and, now, Jojo Moyes continues Louisa’s story in it’s sequel, After You. Now that Will Traynor is gone, Louisa’s life is solitary and grey. She lives alone, works at an airport bar, and shields herself from getting emotionally attached to anyone. Suddenly, though, she has an accident that changes everything. Read more
Mindy Kaling has another hit on her hands with Why Not Me?. Mindy has become even more well-known (and well-liked) since her first book, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns), and it allows her to maintain her role as the celebrity that a lot of girls and women (myself included!) can identify with and see as one of their best friends. Read more
New York Times bestselling authorÂ Salman Rushdie is at it again. With Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights, Rushdie weaves elements of mythology, history, love, and fantasy together. The story begins with a jinn–those magical creatures of ancient Eastern stories. Read more