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Emily Ellet delivers a warm and gentle performance of the conclusion to the Bladesmith duology. Desperate to save her sister's life, Ziva rescues a magical healer at a huge cost. Ziva's ability to create magical weapons of awesome and terrible destruction sees her captured by a prince bent on world domination who will harm her loved ones unless she works for him. Ellet's... Read More
Lauri Jo Daniels and Emily Ellet portray two strong teens who are living in California's Central Valley during the 1940s. Daniels colors the chapters narrated by 16-year-old Ginny Rose with a mild Oklahoma accent. Daniels also captures the tenderness Ginny Rose has for her sisters and her best friend, Peggy. Ginny Rose's family lost their Oklahoma farm in the Dust Bowl, and at... Read More
Emily Ellet narrates the puzzling tale of Louis LePrince, the nineteenth- century inventor who disappeared just before presenting his single-lens motion picture camera to the world. In 1890, LePrince boarded a Paris-bound train and was never heard from again. Two years after he vanished, Thomas Edison brought out his Kinetoscope, and LePrince's name was lost to the ages. Author... Read More
Narrator Emily Ellet offers an immersive and emotional performance in this stand-alone fantasy. Marynka, warmly voiced with bubbling overconfidence, must obtain the Lechija prince's pure heart to prove herself to her grandmother. Zosia, given a darker tone and a gentle, cautious voice, competes for the same prize in order to obtain the heart's power for herself. In scenes of... Read More
Psychologist Hillary McBride analyzes what causes people to develop a disconnect from their own bodies and introduces a new mindset that will support and strengthen physical and mental health. Emily Ellet narrates McBride's research and personal experiences with confidence and gentleness. She comforts listeners using a compassionate and friendly tone as McBride examines the... Read More
Emily Ellet's spellbinding narration pairs perfectly with this young adult fantasy. Maren moves to Scotland to live with her grandparents after her mother dies. Mysteries unfold each day. First, her dreams turn ominous; then, she meets a strange hunter named Gavin who is actually an angel. It all comes to a head when Maren discovers that her parents worked for a secret... Read More
The annual tradition of collecting a year's worth of memorable fiction continues with this audiobook. Story topics range widely and make for a varied anthology. One thing all the tales share in this audiobook version, though, is the astute pairing of each story with a specific narrator. In Shanteka Sigers’s "A Way With Bea," Bahni Turpin offers a vivid performance that... Read More
Narrator Emily Ellet lends her gentle, compassionate voice to Meghan Tschanz's memoir/feminist manifesto, which encourages gender equality from a biblical perspective. Ellet channels the author's humility in the personal stories shared and the devotion expressed towards women's justice. She narrates Tschanz's transformative journey from college graduate to missionary to... Read More
Emily Ellet offers an unflinching and elegant performance of this audiobook featuring a character with social anxiety. Ziva's magical blacksmith skill allows her to craft especially powerful weapons, which attracts a commission from a warlord. But after creating a devastating sword capable of stealing the secrets of its victims and learning of the warlord's intentions to... Read More
With a generous measure of sweetness and a dollop of spice, Emily Ellet narrates this heartwarming romance. In a warm tone, Ellet portrays Shay Goldstein, a public radio producer who has worked her way up from intern. Now she is clashing with the station's latest hire--the wunderkind Dominic Yun, a brash journalism school graduate. With the threat of station layoffs, Shay and... Read More
Emily Ellet's performance mingles mirth and mistrust in this lively murder mystery. Antonia Bingham, the new owner of an inn in the Hamptons, turns amateur sleuth to prevent herself becoming a murder victim. Ellet gives a perfect portrayal of Bingham's tumultuous emotions as the happy but overwhelmed owner of the Windmill Inn becomes fearful of those around her when she... Read More
Tanabe's sweeping historical fiction is set in 1930s Indochine (today's Vietnam) as the French colony deals with growing unrest. Angela Dawe and Emily Ellet are up to the challenge of narrating the story. They give believable voices to the two main characters, Jessie and Marcelle, and to a large cast of French and Asian characters. American Jessie has worked hard to hide her... Read More
Narrators Greg Chun and Emily Ellet tell a heartbreaking story of two pen pals during WWII. Chun narrates as Alex, a Japanese-American boy forced to live in an internment camp. Ellet narrates as Charlie, a French-Jewish girl who is running for her life. Much of this story is told in an epistolary style, so the painful experiences are in the first person. The narrators make the... Read More
An ensemble cast speaking French and English brings this graphic novel to life on audio. Fans of WONDER will recognize Julian as his grandmère Sara tells the story of his namesake, a boy from her childhood in France. In 1940, when Nazi soldiers arrive at her school to take the Jewish children, Sara hides and is rescued by a bullied, crippled classmate named Julien. Music and... Read More
In this audiobook unflinching essayists peel back layers of long-held pain in their lives. Writer/editor Michele Filgate narrates the introduction in a tone of earnestness that pulls the listener in as she reflects on her life-changing essay about being abused by her stepfather, along with the universal expectations of motherhood. Fajer Al-Kaisi, Roger Casey, Janina Edwards,... Read More
Emily Ellet narrates this captivating fantasy about a sword-wielding librarian in a world of sorcerers, demons, and grimoires with unique personalities. Ellet enchants the listener from the very beginning as magical grimoires whisper at apprentice librarian Elisabeth. However, the magic of the story is frequently interrupted by several small production edits, and the listener... Read More
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