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Diane Kruger anchors a full cast in a meta commentary on the power of storytelling. Set in Ohio just after WWII, this audio drama has a story, read by a full cast as a radio drama, within a story, narrated by Kruger, who shows off her range as she inhabits the voices of multiple characters of different ages, genders, and nationalities. The cast is simply spectacular as they go... Read More
Narrator Elizabeth Evans puts listeners through the wringer with her deeply emotional portrayal of a complicated heroine who's lost her best friend. Despite some misgivings, party girl Bryce Quinlan teams up with fallen angel Hunt Athalar when a string of attacks matching the way her best friend was killed sweeps the city. Bryce works with Hunt, but she doesn't have to like it.... Read More
Up-and-coming voice talent Elizabeth Evans brings a tough noir intensity to this story of a true-crime podcaster's investigation of the apparent suicide of an ultra-rich party-boy scion during a boozy wedding-rehearsal weekend. As the investigation unfolds through the voices of seven of the deceased's confidants and Ivy League classmates, the podcaster becomes infatuated with... Read More
It's always tough for a narrator to take over a long-running series. Happily, Elizabeth Evans proves herself a success with her second Muller title, the 34th Sharon McCone mystery. It's a solid enough listen, with McCone trying to track down Chelle, a young friend who has disappeared from the house she is rehabbing, a house in which there is a whole wall dedicated to serial... Read More
Elizabeth Evans is completely convincing as she narrates bestselling author Marcia Muller's 34th Sharon McCone mystery. While Sharon's 82-year-old father, a world-famous Shoshone artist, is visiting for the Christmas holidays, he is brutally beaten by a racially motivated mob and lies in a coma. Evans is especially compelling at delivering McCone's anguish over her father's... Read More
Narrator Elizabeth Evans quickly defines the vivaciousness of 17-year-old Vivi, capturing her impassioned thoughts and tinges of cynicism. The overall impression is of Vivi's enthusiastic intensity and captivating ultra-cheer. This characterization forms a startling contrast to Raviv Ullman's subdued portrayal of Jonah, who is still grieving his father's death and exhausted by... Read More
Bardugo's latest picks up where her fantastical heist thriller, SIX OF CROWS, left off. Kaz Brekker and members of the Dregs street gang are reeling from their dangerous endeavor. The ensemble of narrators delivers a compelling performance that includes vocal pacing tailored to the text, skillful switching between breakneck action sequences, and thoughtful personal reflection.... Read More
Seven narrators perform this story of a major robbery in a fantasy world. Despite the plethora of voices, listeners will never lose the thread of the tale as a young criminal mastermind brings together a motley crew to pull off a heist that will set them all up for life if they succeed--or get them all killed if they fail. The men sound energetic, throaty, and raspy. The women... Read More
Narrator Elizabeth Evans delivers a strong performance in the fourth book in the Throne of Glass series. In this episode, Aelin Galathynius, heir to Terrasen, returns to Adarlan to rescue her cousin from execution. While she's about it, she also must free a prince from a demon, destroy a tower, and kill a king, all in order to free her people. Evans makes it sound as if it's... Read More
Multiple narrators give voice to Oliver's realistic young adult novel, which follows sisters Nick and Dara as they recover from a traumatic car accident. The narrations of the girls' voices are saturated with a harshness and negativity that initially add to the sense of darkness that pervades the novel. But eventually the mood becomes tedious as the story continues. Only a... Read More
Six familiar voices narrate the newest story from Lauren Oliver. When Richard Walker passes away, his estranged family assembles at their old home to claim their inheritance and dig into the past. Each chapter is told from the point of view of a different character, members of the Walker family as well as the ghosts that are bound to the rooms of the house. Each narrator... Read More
Although the main character of this novel is an assassin, narrator Elizabeth Evans portrays her as such a sassy, smart cookie that listeners will be be won over. Celaena is released from prison to participate in a cruel tournament: 23 killers will fight to the death, and the last one standing will become the king’s champion. Besides facing down 22 brutal men, Celaena must fight... Read More
Don't be put off by the title. This heartbreaker, drawn from the author's young life, will resonate with listeners who had desperate childhoods and astound those who didn't. Saddled with the moniker of "bastard" and a cruel stepfather, young Ruth Anne, nicknamed "Bone," escapes through extended family, "frenemies," books, and music. Although Elizabeth Evans's vocalizations... Read More
In Black Creek, North Carolina, 16-year-old Cat has been secluding herself for a long time. She withdrew from her family and friends in shame and anger years ago. Only when her friend Patrick is the victim of a heinous beating, an apparent hate crime against the gay teen, does she begin to emerge back into her small town’s daily life—determined to uncover the perpetrator.... Read More
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