Author Jon Acuff's entertaining narration encourages listeners to maximize their potential and finish their projects. FINISH reexamines the premise that Acuff put forth in his previous book, START: Starting is the hardest part of a goal. In his lively and encouraging narration, Acuff now explains why finishing is even harder than starting and describes how to overcome the... Read More
Drawing on substantial research to validate his advice, Shipp maps out the many challenging aspects of parenting teenagers--from negotiating responsibilities to addressing disrespect and sexual activity. Roger Wayne's narration has a dynamism to it that is equal parts wise sage and cool adult The only way Wayne falls short is in his delivery of Shipp's jokes, which sometimes... Read More
Narrator Christina Moore inhabits the soul of this audiobook by a likable writer and entrepreneur who had to pull herself out of depression when her business collapsed. Moore's pleasing vocal tone and conversational rhythms are perfect for expressing the author's beguiling sincerity and faith in the goodness of the universe. More than a feel-good audio, Kaia Roman's book is a... Read More
With his theater background and two Odyssey honors under his belt, it's no surprise that Tim Federle provides a stellar performance of his latest book. A swelling musical introduction places the listener in a theater, awaiting the start of a magnificent show. Federle's narration delivers on the promise, with anecdotal evidence backing up his suppositions on the similarities... Read More
With good cheer, author Meik Wiking (THE LITTLE BOOK OF HYGGE) offers friendly-sounding advice on why the Danes are consistently named among the world's happiest people, and steps we can all take to increase our personal happiness. Tips include biking to work, getting to know your neighbors, volunteering, and saving money for future experiences that you can look forward to. As... Read More
Byron Katie's latest book, like her others, focuses on vanquishing painful thoughts by courageous self-examination of our words and assumptions. Her co-author, Stephen Mitchell, an expert on the ninth-century Buddhist text THE DIAMOND SUTRA, ably narrates the introductory chapters. The rest of the audiobook has the clear-speaking Katie explaining her views or conversing with... Read More
Jen Hatmaker's twelfth book is an unreservedly honest and heartfelt guide to how women can approach their messy lives with moxie. The self-described low-grade Christian author narrates her own story. She provides anecdotes not included in the written text, which add more fun to the listening experience. The chapters start with interesting quotes delivered in her upbeat Southern... Read More
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