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    Author: Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Ilyana Kadushin
    Release Date: September 12, 2006
    For Bella Swan, there is one thing more important than life itself. Edward Cullen. But being in love with a vampire is even more dangerous than Bella ever could have imagined. Edward has already rescued Bella from the clutches of one evil vampire, but now, as their daring relationship threatens all that is near and dear to them, they realize their troubles may be just beginning.
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    Author: Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Ilyana Kadushin and Matt Walters
    Release Date: August 02, 2008
    To be irrevocably in love with a vampire is both fantasy and nightmare woven into a dangerously heightened reality for Bella Swan. Pulled in one direction by her intense passion for Edward Cullen, and in another by her profound connection to werewolf Jacob Black, she has endured a tumultuous year of temptation , loss, and strife to reach the ultimate turning point.
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    Author: Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Ilyana Kadushin
    Release Date: September 27, 2005
    About three things I was absolutely positive.
    First, Edward was a vampire.
    Second, there was a part of him–and I didn’t know how dominant that part might be–that thirsted for my blood.
    And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.
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    Author: Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Emma Galvin
    Release Date: June 05, 2010
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    ISBN: 9780307746825
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    Author: Emily Bronte | Narrator: Donada Peters
    Release Date: November 17, 2009
    "After a moment he smiled a teasing smile. 'I still think it would be a better story if either of them had one redeeming quality.'
    'I think that may be the point,' I disagreed. 'Their love is their only redeeming quality.'"
    --Eclipse, Stephenie Meyer
    Perhaps the most haunting and tormented love story ever written, Wuthering Heights is the tale of the troubled orphan Heathcliff and his doomed love for Catherine Earnshaw.
  • M | Authors | Penguin Random House Audio

    Mirror NM Meyer, Nicholas The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, The West End Horror Meyer, Stephenie Eclipse, Twilight Tenth Anniversary Edition Meyer, Urban Above the Line Mezrich, Ben Sex on the Moon, The Accidental Billionaires Michaels, Jillian Master Yo

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    Ilyana Kadushin | Narrator

    Ilyana Kadushin is a talented singer, lyricist, and multi-media perfomance artist, who most recently narrated the phenomena Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.

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    Donada Peters | Narrator

    Donada Peters, an award-winning actress, has narrated more than 500 titles and is an acclaimed “Golden Voice” of audiobook recording. A transplanted Brit, she lives in California and when not behind the microphone works on stage, film, and TV.

  • Washington | Tags | Penguin Random House Audio

    by Ron Chernow The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner Author: Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Emma Galvin Release Date: June 05, 2010 Fans of The Twilight Saga will be enthralled by this riveting story of Bree Tanner, a character first introduced in ECLIP

  • Fear | Tags | Penguin Random House Audio

    IndieBound Powell's Walmart BUY FROM RETAILERS Apple Audible Downpour eMusic New Moon Author: Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Ilyana Kadushin Release Date: September 12, 2006 Stephenie Meyer delivers another irresistible combination of ro

  • Moon | Tags | Penguin Random House Audio

    : Stephenie Meyer | Narrator: Ilyana Kadushin Release Date: September 12, 2006 Stephenie Meyer delivers another irresistible combination of romance and suspense with a supernatural twist. The "star-crossed" lovers theme continues as Bella and Edward

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    Emily Bronte | Author

    Emily Jane Brontë was the most solitary member of a unique, tightly-knit, English provincial family. Born in 1818, she shared the parsonage of the town of Haworth, Yorkshire, with her older sister, Charlotte, her brother, Branwell, her younger sister, Anne, and her father, The Reverend Patrick Brontë. All five were poets and writers; all but Branwell would publish at least one book.

    Fantasy was the Brontë children’s one relief from the rigors of religion and the bleakness of life in an impoverished region. They invented a series of imaginary kingdoms and constructed a whole library of journals, stories, poems, and plays around their inhabitants. Emily’s special province was a kingdom she called Gondal, whose romantic heroes and exiles owed much to the poems of Byron.

    Brief stays at several boarding schools were the sum of her experiences outside Haworth until 1842, when she entered a school in Brussels with her sister Charlotte. After a year of study and teaching there, they felt qualified to announce the opening of a school in their own home, but could not attract a single pupil.

    In 1845 Charlotte Brontë came across a manuscript volume of her sister’s poems. She knew at once, she later wrote, that they were “not at all like poetry women generally write…they had a peculiar music–wild, melancholy, and elevating.” At her sister’s urging, Emily’s poems, along with Anne’s and Charlotte’s, were published pseudonymously in 1846. An almost complete silence greeted this volume, but the three sisters, buoyed by the fact of publication, immediately began to write novels. Emily’s effort was Wuthering Heights; appearing in 1847 it was treated at first as a lesser work by Charlotte, whose Jane Eyre had already been published to great acclaim. Emily Brontë’s name did not emerge from behind her pseudonym of Ellis Bell until the second edition of her novel appeared in 1850.

    In the meantime, tragedy had struck the Brontë family. In September of 1848 Branwell had succumbed to a life of dissipation. By December, after a brief illness, Emily too was dead; her sister Anne would die the next year. Wuthering Heights, Emily’s only novel, was just beginning to be understood as the wild and singular work of genius that it is. “Stronger than a man,” wrote Charlotte, “Simpler than a child, her nature stood alone.”