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André Santana and AJ Beckles lead a talented ensemble in delivering this heartfelt romance about healing from trauma. Santana voices Logan, an actor infamous for his terrible behavior. Beckles voices up-and-coming actor Mattie, Hollywood's latest golden boy. When publicity for their new rom-com fails to bring in audiences, they agree to pretend to date. Santana captures Logan's... Read More
André Santana flawlessly re-creates gentle Will's school and home life in Oakwood, Georgia--where everyone knows everyone whether they're students, jocks, or gamers. Will begins to feel exhausted and nauseous after playing soccer; soon he's diagnosed with Crohn's disease. The story's superbly rendered first-person viewpoint draws in listeners as it reveals Will's relationships... Read More
Narrators Joniece Abbott-Pratt, André Santana, and Logan Rozos deliver outstanding performances that magnify this sci-fi series's epic finale. As the narrators lead listeners across the galaxy, Zaira, a reincarnated god, leaves her home to defeat a great evil. Abbott-Pratt portrays Zaira with a youthful, bold voice. Accompanying Zaira is Wesley, an expert pilot who is charged... Read More
With his enthusiasm for spoken-word poetry, improv, and nonbinary politics, up-and-coming voice talent André Santana brings a personable feel to this satirical sci-fi romp. It's the third annual Saturation Day, the day when strange cosmic rays pelt the earth and for one unspeakable night many of the planet's "straight" or "overwhelmed" population turn into raging... Read More
Academic Héctor Tobar explores Western European-descended North Americans' evolving creation of "brownness" as a governable and repressible classification. The youthful timbre of André Santana's voice pairs well with Tobar's view of Latino people as young in both generational and political senses. Santana weaves Tobar's data and other research, stories of his life and his... Read More
In alternating chapters, narrators André Santana and Stacy Gonzalez depict the lives of two Mexican American teens, Danna and Raul, who find first love amid family struggles. The production offers a fascinating variation in point of view: Periodically one narrator slips effortlessly and dynamically into the narration of the other. Santana depicts Raul's sadness and worry after... Read More
Tamika Katon-Donegal and Andre Santana narrate a complex family drama in a unique mash-up of magic and Afrofuturism. In the 1980s, as Cinnamon Jones struggles with the recent suicide of her brother, she's reading a book he gave her about the journey of a West African warrior woman and an alien who perform in the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. Cinnamon discovers a connection between... Read More
Jessa Maxwell's engaging debut novel, narrated in individual sections by a talented ensemble, will especially appeal to those who love reality cooking shows. "Bake Week" is an American spin-off of "The Great British Baking Show," tent and all. The show's star, Betsy Grafton, "America's grandmother," has run the show for nine successful seasons, but the producers have hired a... Read More
After productivity guru Tiago Forte delivers his succinct introduction with the low-key self-assurance of a true expert, narrator André Santana delivers a performance that perfectly fits this audiobook. His boyish tone and palpable altruism express the author's ideas with intellectual security that highlights Santana's thinking and suggestions without overselling them. The... Read More
André Santana provides an energetic voice for a small Brazilian house as it tells the interconnecting stories of its teen inhabitants in three different time periods. Author Vitor Martins's story is warm, compelling, and highly unusual as each of the teens reaches a new stage of comfort with their sexual identity. What this means at the cusp of the new millennium, in 2010, and... Read More
Queer and trans writers share the indelible impact that horror films had on their lives as LGBTQ+ youth and adults. This vibrant anthology of new and previously published essays is performed by talented narrators. Incisive reflections connect teen slashers, demonic possession, creature features, body horror, and more to the authors' experiences with fractured relationships,... Read More
After a moody jazz riff, Sidik Fofana and a stand-out cast of performers transport listeners to the Banneker Terrace apartments in Harlem. Written in vibrant Black American vernacular, these witty, sad, uplifting stories are ideal for audio. Joniece Abbott-Pratt's Mimi is a beautician behind on the rent. Fofana's Swan might mess up because of a visitor. André Santana's Darius... Read More
André Santana narrates this exhilarating audio inspired by Mexican mythology and folklore. Impulsive Teo, the half-human son of the Bird Goddess Quetzal, anticipates boredom during the once-a-decade Sunbearer Trials that restore the protective powers of Sol. When he and a lesser semidiós are chosen to compete, Teo will have to use all his wits to defend their lives. Santana... Read More
Just like the lives of the characters they portray, the voices of four narrators mingle and blend in Garza's poignant debut. In a series of interlocking stories about Mexican and Filipinx families, Garza captures the beating heart of Galveston, Texas. In a voice that is by turns bright, optimistic, and resigned, Becca Q. Co narrates the sections focusing on younger women who... Read More
André Santana's haunting performance makes perfect sense for this audiobook. Its main character, 12-year-old Moon, is Black, nonbinary, and suffering from depression. Santana gives a strong sense of Moon's feelings of isolation in the face of prejudice and misunderstanding. Intense first-person writing reveals their feelings--for Moon hasn't spoken aloud in months. As Moon... Read More
André Santana and Neo Cihi narrate this dual-perspective queer fantasy romance. Crest is a “mer” who is heading off on their month-long journey. The purpose is to experience life as a human before deciding whether to remain on land or return to the sea to begin adulthood as a mer. When they arrive on land, in a human body with a new human name, Crest meets a human lifeguard... Read More
Narrator Pete Cross is completely believable as gay, out 17-year-old Canadian boy-band star Hunter Drake. Soon after Kiss & Tell embarks on a concert tour, Hunter's ex-boyfriend shares their private--and very personal--text messages online. Everyone from the band's label to strangers on the Internet has an opinion about everything from Hunter's public image to the details of... Read More
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