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Narrator Tristan Morris inhabits the first-person protagonist of this fine audiobook. Morris's measured pacing and thoughtful tone work well to create the mood of the 1950s at the height of the Red Scare. Morris's deliberate cadence and earnest tone add to the revelation of the mystery at the center of the complex, textured, and richly detailed story. Prose has created a... Read More
Narrator Tristan Morris brings a youthful confidence to this wonderfully gentle, erudite, and satirical tour of a fanciful early-twentieth-century Rome. An American student of the classics spends a year abroad and happens upon a secretive mystical society of aristocratic misfits called "The Cabala." Morris is at his best providing broad comic Italian accents to a menagerie of... Read More
Narrator Tristan Morris captures the suspense in this Florida mystery featuring three young shark-taggers, a Southern-accented detective, and a menacing poacher. Luke, Maribel, and Sabina tag endangered blacktips for marine biologist Doc Ford (who is featured in White's adult series of the same name). Morris gives Luke, a resolute farm boy from Ohio, a halting speech pattern to... Read More
Narrators Natasha Soudek and Tristan Morris return with the second audiobook in the Something Dark and Holy series, which proves even darker than the first. The pantheon no longer speaks with Nadya, Serefin is plagued with horror-filled visions and the voice of a mysterious god in his mind, and Malachiasz struggles to control his cravings for more power. Both narrators... Read More
Narrator Tristan Morris provides a unique listening experience in which an average Joe is swept into a deadly world driven by a battle to the death. After the hero survives a life-or-death game, he's transported to a world in which the laws of nature operate like a video game. The race to understand and master this new world is on, but mounting obstacles threaten to take him... Read More
Narrators Tristan Morris and Emily Lawrence are a dynamic pair. When country music star Clay Coolidge and Annie Mathers, the daughter of country music royalty, hit the open road for a summer tour, sparks fly. Lawrence and Morris bring out all the charm, emotional heartbreak, and flirtatiousness in this story as the stars struggle to overcome their traumatic pasts and heal... Read More
Two narrators deliver the dual perspectives of Nadya, a Kalyazi cleric capable of casting spells, and Serefin, high prince of Tranavia and an immensely powerful blood mage. Tristan Morris captures Serefin's lighthearted charm and Russian-inspired accent, but Natasha Soudek steals the show as Nadya. While running from Serefin and his soldiers, Nadya reluctantly allies herself... Read More
Mystery meets ghost story meets graphic novel in an audio tour de force that blends genres and formats while fully exploring the unique characteristics of each. Seventeen-year-old Denise and her family are trying to renovate their ramshackle New Orleans home, but the house--and the increasingly nasty ghosts that live within it--seems determined to thwart their plans. Narrator... Read More
A stellar ensemble cast brings crowd-pleasing personality to a diverse group of misfit students and their teacher in this funny classroom story. Mr. Kermit is counting the days until his retirement, but in his final year of teaching, he is relegated to the "Self-Contained Special Eighth-Grade Class"--a.k.a. "The Unteachables." Over the course of the school year, this underdog... Read More
Enrico Fermi was a giant in nuclear physics, but his story has gone largely untold until now. This audiobook seeks to fill that gap. Tristan Morris offers a solid narration with an appropriate pace and an engaging tone He adds no dramatics to a career that included developing the atomic bombs that were used to end WWII. Morris often gives no clue when he is reading a direct... Read More
Reading with the dispassionate intensity of skilled narrators, Cassandra Campbell, Sean Pratt, Tristan Morris, and Michael Braun lead the listener on a dark and shattering tour of an all-too-near dystopian future. In it, humans with brain implants communicate directly with computers, memories are for sale, and a few lucky billionaires have access to "genetic life extension"... Read More
Narrator Eileen Stevens's subtle Southern accent and energizing performance are an out-of-this-world pairing for this reimagined Cinderella. Sounding intrepid and animated, Stevens never loses sight of Elle, whose love of the cult sci-fi show "Starfield" is her escape from her evil stepmother. When she begins texting a fellow fan, Elle thinks she may have found her Prince... Read More
Two boys are at the center of this audiobook about a family that flees the Soviet crackdown that ended the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Robert, the narrator of the novel, is 9.8 years old; Attila is 13.7. Their flight, marked by both tragedy and comedy, takes them to Paris and to a deeper understanding of their family's history and what the Nazis did to them. This is a powerful... Read More
Professor Salaita's termination by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign has been a much reported story of the muzzling of academic freedom by academia's business interests. Salaita's clear, concise writing is echoed in Tristan Morris's dignified delivery. Salaita recounts his reasons for speaking publicly against Israel's encroachment on Palestine, which resulted in--in... Read More
Narrator Tristan Morris's deep, buttery voice enlivens the newest Jimmy Nessheim thriller. Set at the University of Chicago in 1942, Rosenheim's story is redolent with details of a bygone era--a world at war, 78 rpm records, fedoras, Nazis, communists, and the dawn of the nuclear age. FBI Agent Nessheim is trying to figure out who is working to infiltrate Enrico Fermi's team of... Read More
Narrator Tristan Morris perfectly channels the languid cool of ROLLING STONE writer and David Bowie superfan Rob Sheffield. As author, Sheffield straddles tones of nerdy sincerity and rock hipness, and Morris's relaxed, warm, enthusiastic delivery is just right for this love letter. Sheffield muses on Bowie's lasting impact on pop culture, music, style, and teenage fans feeling... Read More
A lively cast captures the personalities of diverse and entertaining characters whose lives are touched by one little black dress—the magic of which extends far beyond the nine women who wear it. Each narrator takes on the voices of the colorful characters who tell their stories, which, somehow, all include a transaction involving the dress. The individual perspectives bring... 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
Rebecca Lowman carries the largest part of the narration of this nearly forty-hour audiobook. And while Lowman obviously works tirelessly to infuse an emotional element into each of the characters, her great efforts cannot overcome the author's excesses, which leave the listener, at best, apathetic. Lowman accentuates Hallberg's elegant writing style, but even her meticulous... Read More
Listeners may remember the story this riveting audiobook is based on. Three young Americans, the authors, were hiking in Iraqi Kurdistan in 2009 when they inadvertently crossed the Iranian border and were captured and accused of being spies. Each of the authors has his or her own narrator. Michael Goldstrom, as Shane, has a strong, deep, nasal-infused voice that reflects the... Read More
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