The Editor leaves a mark. We’re thrilled to finally share one of our new favorites on audio that will no doubt leave you reflecting—long after the last line—on these memorable characters both fictional and very well-known, and on the stories and secrets that shape your own life. We invited author Steven Rowley to share his reflections with us, as well Read more
With the new paperback release of A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles, PRH Audio is thrilled to take a look—and a listen!—back at the making of the audio production, brilliantly performed by Nicholas Guy Smith. Keep reading to learn how he approaches the art of audiobook narration and why he loved working on A Gentleman in Moscow—a truly transporting listen about a man, Count Alexander Rostov, who is ordered to spend the rest of his life inside a luxury hotel. Read more
Theater-lovers rejoice! Whether or not you were able to get a ticket to witness the National Theatreâ€™s 2018 Tony AwardÂ®â€’winning Broadway revival of ANGELS IN AMERICA, audiobook listeners everywhere can soon experience the unforgettable performances in a new way. Playwright Tony Kushnerâ€™s Pulitzer Prizeâ€’winning Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes will be available as an audiobook for the first time, narrated by the full cast of the National Theatreâ€™s 2018 Tony AwardÂ®â€’winning Broadway revival. Read more
THE all-time classic story is a must for your family’s personal playlist to make bedtime better and road trips more fun! Itâ€™s also great to listen to classic children’s book favorites on audio while crafting at home, or doing a jigsaw puzzle! Read more
Fans won’t want to miss Chelsea Handler reading her own intimate memoir, LIFE WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME, on audio—a moving and unforgettable listening experience. The funny, sad, super-honest, all-true story of Chelsea Handlerâ€™s year of self-discovery features a nerdily brilliant psychiatrist, a shaman, four Chow Chows, some well-placed security cameras, various family members (living and departed), friends, assistants, and a lot of edibles. Check out an audiobook clip and go behind-the-scenes with Chelsea Read more
Dreyer’s English may be the first grammar book that will make readers and listeners laugh out loud—while learning how to be a better writer. And that’s thanks to the humor and helpful expertise of Random House’s longtime Copy Chief, Benjamin Dreyer. As he recently told The New York Times, â€śIt turns out that I have a very good ear, and a nose for finding mistakes.â€ť Read more
Itâ€™s no mystery why Alan Bradleyâ€™s Flavia de Luce books and audiobooks are beloved by readers and listeners all over the world. Bradley’s irresistibly spunky young sleuth, Flavia, has been described as â€śpart Harriet the Spy, part Violet Baudelaire from Lemony Snicketâ€™s A Series of Unfortunate Events.â€ť (The New York Times Book Review)
With the arrival of The Golden Tresses of the Dead, the 10th book in the bestselling series, Flavia de Luce decided it’s a good time to share 10 reasons why it would be a crime to miss out on her adventures. (Special thanks to author Alan Bradley for passing Flavia’s list along to us!) Read more
John Grisham’s newest legal thriller, THE RECKONING, marks a return to the Southern Gothic setting his fans love, and is a shocking and suspenseful tale, made even more heart-pounding when told by a skilled storyteller. Enter narrator Michael Beck Read more
Thereâ€™s a new Reacher in town. But fear not, longtime Lee Child audio fans: while the great Dick Hill may have retired, thereâ€™s a new pro behind the mic to take on the Jack Reacher series when it returns on November 5th with PAST TENSE. Read more
Letâ€™s just say it had been awhile.
Corduroy? Check! A Pocket for Corduroy? Check! Goodnight Moon? Nightly. But taking the time as a newish mom to read a book just for my bookish self? Well…Goodnight goodreads goal has been more like it.
But over a year after having my first baby, in a world (aka: my small apartment) where board books rule, and Sesame Street is sweepinâ€™ the countless cable series away (although no complaints there—that show is amazing), I couldnâ€™t help but feel like singing: Can you tell me how to get, how to get to…reading again? Read more