As you load your family into the car and buckle up the pies for safe-keeping, make sure you have an audiobook playlist queued up to make your journey sweeter than cranberry sauce.
We have something at this audio feast for every member of your caravan: there’s blockbuster memoirs, romance, and literary fiction for the grown-ups, and listens for kids from ages booster seat to sitting in the way back. We hope you all came hungry.
Will Smithâ€™s transformation from a West Philadelphia kid to one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood history, is an epic taleâ€”but itâ€™s only half the story. In the brave and inspiring audiobook Will (narrated by the author), Smith opens up fully about his life, and traces his learning curve to a place where outer success, inner happiness, and human connection are aligned.
Ph.D. candidate Olive Smith doesn’t believe in romantic relationships…but her best friend does. Convincing Anh sheâ€™s well on her way to a happily ever after was always going to be tricky: so Olive kisses the first man she sees. In The Love Hypothesis, a fake relationship meets the irresistible force of attraction, throwing Oliveâ€™s calculated theories on love into chaos.
Deemed too coarse for marriage or courtly life, seventeen-year-old Marie de France is sent to England to be the new prioress of an impoverished abbey, its nuns on the brink of starvation and beset by disease. At first taken aback by the severity of her new life, Marie finds focus and love in collective life with her sisters. Matrix gathers currents of violence, sensuality, and religious ecstasy in a mesmerizing portrait of consuming passion, aberrant faith, and a woman that history moves both through and around.
Mary is a good student: she never gets in trouble, and she is searching for the meaning of life. She always thought she’d find it in a perfect score on the SATs. But by junior year, Mary isn’t so sure anymore. She asks herself: Why am I trying so hard? What if I stop? The Year I Stopped Trying is a story of existential crises, growing up, and coming out, from the author of Girl Crushed and Never Have I Ever.
The New York Times bestselling series comes to a close in Auroraâ€™s End. When we last saw Squad 312, they were working together seamlessly as an intergalactic battle raged and an ancient superweapon threatened to obliterate Earth. Everything went horribly wrong, naturally. But as it turns out, not all endings are endings, and the team has one last chance to rewrite theirs.
Words, sentences, and even worse, paragraphs fill up books. Ugh! So whatâ€™s a reluctant reader to do? I Donâ€™t Want to Read This Book, a clever and playful read-aloud adapted for audio narrated by actor and author Max Greenfield, breaks the fourth wall and will have all listeners coming back for laughs again and again!
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