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Happy People Are Annoying

Peck’s memoir is an irresistible and delightful mix of candor and comedy.

The Paris Bookseller

Maher’s latest is a treasure, and the audiobook brings out all of its best features.
PREMIUM

The Summer We Buried

Narrator Emily Ellet adds to Gehrman’s atmospheric novel with an urgent performance that also captures the wistfulness of someone looking back on their youth. Each twist and turn will leave listeners on edge until the shocking conclusion.
PREMIUM

The Diamond Eye

Highly recommended. Quinn explores a largely unknown piece of World War II history.
PREMIUM

Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama

A high-quality addition and a must-listen for even casual fans of the robust “comedic memoir” genre of audiobooks.

Buster Keaton: A Filmmaker’s Life

A marvelous, massive biography of a beloved filmmaker.

The Left-Handed Twin

Listeners will cheer Jane along as they bite their nails throughout this relentless novel. Highly recommended.

Peach Blossom Spring

This gorgeous story was meant to be narrated.

The Arc

Hoen has achieved something special with her debut novel, which satirizes start-up culture’s relentless quest for optimization and also engages listeners with a love story between two charming characters. Recommend to fans of Taylor Jenkins Reid and Madeleine Henry.
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