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Congratulations, the Best Is Over!: Essays

The multi-talented Thomas will appeal to listeners who like excellently narrated personal stories with deep feelings sprinkled with joy and humor. This delightful collection is highly recommended for all audio memoir collections.

The Dead Take the A Train

Fans of urban fantasy, cosmic weirdness, and tough-as-nails protagonists should enjoy this work that’s the best of both authors.

Androne

Jarhead meets All You Need Is Kill in a refreshing look at near-future warfare. A superb recommendation for military sci-fi fans.

Genealogy of a Murder: Four Generations, Three Families, One Fateful Night

A deeply affecting look at a tragedy involving three families. True crime fans will be enthralled and deeply moved by this impeccably researched account.

At the Edge of the Woods

Recommend Bromwich’s completely original slow burn of a novel with its beguiling protagonist, so perfectly captured by narrator Dawson, to those who appreciate gorgeous prose, unique narrative structures, and feminist themes.

Black Sheep

Harrison (Such Sharp Teeth) magnificently balances humor against psychological dread and familial trauma in this tale of a most unusual homecoming. Listeners who appreciate sarcasm and a dry sense of humor will hugely enjoy this audio production. Uncover more dark family secrets in Grady Hendrix’s How To Sell a Haunted House and Catriona Ward’s Sundial.

Land of Milk and Honey

Zhang’s sophomore novel (following the multi-award-winning How Much of These Hills Is Gold) is as delicious to devour as the feasts prepared within.

Dust Child

This deeply affecting audio is a triumph and an essential purchase everywhere.

The Six: The Untold Story of America’s First Women Astronauts

An excellent purchase to appeal to listeners who enjoyed Margot Lee Shetterly’s Hidden Figures. Of particular interest to readers of Mary Robinette Kowal’s The Calculating Stars, which offers a different perspective on a history that might have been.
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