The author describes her efforts to implement a meaningful sustainability initiative for Wales and the world at large. An educator and minister of the environment, sustainability, and housing in her tiny country, she's a wonderful narrator who sounds at once relaxed and passionate, likable and dignified. Her voice is a perfect vehicle for amplifying her humanitarian intentions... Read More
In this story collection, prolific author Joyce Carol Oates explores "might-have-beens" among a variety of characters. Kate Reading provides a strong and steady narration, as usual, boldly putting forth Oates's direct syntax and a no-nonsense style. Narrator Malcolm Hillgartner has a more formal voice that keeps listeners at arm's length with its chilly tone. Both narrators are... Read More
Catastrophic global events are vividly described in this audiobook, a chilling military thriller, performed by Emily Woo Zeller, P.J. Ochlan, Vikas Adam, Dion Graham, and Feodor Chin. A conflict between the United States, Iran, Russia, and China begins with a cyberattack and builds into a doomsday scenario. The world witnesses the destruction of American cities, and a culture... Read More
This collection of essays is, at its base, about Jackie Robinson's off-the-field religious beliefs, opinions on civil rights, and other non-baseball topics. But it extends further, with the assorted writers taking on the ramifications of those topics. The one constant is narrator Mirron Willis, whose voice brings a powerful resonance to a subject that demands exactly that. It... Read More
Narrators Tavia Gilbert and Charles Constant deliver a stylish and professional dual narration. After a humiliating breakup 27 years earlier, Cécile finds herself sitting next to her ex-boyfriend, Philippe, on an early morning train to Paris. During the uncomfortable and silent journey, listeners hear their story unfold through their thoughts as they independently review each... Read More
Narrator Nigel Shawn Williams seemingly reanimates the late Barbadian poet Austin Clarke, who spent decades living in Toronto, won Canada's Giller Award, as well as other literary recognition, and was named a Member of the Order of Canada. Williams's Caribbean-inflected speech and deliberate pacing fully deliver Clarke's delight in language as this memoir unfolds--from island... Read More
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