2014 Audie Award winners

The Audio Publishers Association (APA) announced the winners of the 2014 Audie Awards at its 19th Annual Audies Gala on May 29th at the New York Academy of Medicine in New York City.

 

Still Foolin Em 2804463 2014 Audie Award winnersThe 2014 Audie winners by category:
AUDIOBOOK OF THE YEAR
Still Foolin’ ‘Em
By Billy Crystal
Read by Billy Cystal
Macmillan Audio

DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT IN PRODUCTION
Pete Seeger: The Storm King
By Pete Seeger, edited by Jeff Haynes
Read by Pete Seeger
Hachette Audio
NONFICTION
David and Goliath
By Malcolm Gladwell
Read by Malcolm Gladwell
Hachette Audio
BIOGRAPHY/MEMOIR
The Elephant Whisperer
By Lawrence Anthony with Graham Spence
Read by Simon Vance
Tantor Media
devil in the grove 2014 Audie Award winnersHISTORY
Devil in the Grove
By Gilbert King
Read by Peter Francis James
Hachette Audio
INSPIRATIONAL/FAITH-BASED NON-FICTION
Keeping Hope Alive
By Dr. Hawa Abdi
Read by Robin Miles
Hachette Audio
BUSINESS/EDUCATIONAL
Leadership Skills of the Salvation Army
By Robert Watson
Read by Bob Souer
eChristian
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
You Are a Badass
By Jen Sincero
Read by Jen Sincero
Tantor Media
HUMOR
Still Foolin’ ‘Em
By Billy Crystal
Read by Billy Crystal
Macmillan Audio
doc sleep 2014 Audie Award winnersFICTION
Doctor Sleep
By Stephen King
Read by Will Patton
Simon & Schuster Audio
LITERARY FICTION
The Goldfinch
By Donna Tartt
Read by David Pittu
Hachette Audio
CLASSIC
The Complete Sherlock Holmes
By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Read by Simon Vance
Brilliance Audio
INSPIRATIONAL/FAITH-BASED FICTION
A Story of God and All of Us
By Mark Burnett and Roma Downey
Read by Keith David and the Authors
Hachette Audio
SHORT STORIES/COLLECTIONS
Sherlock Holmes in America
By John L. Lellenberg et al.
Read by Graham Malcolm
Audible, Inc.
longest ride 2014 Audie Award winnersROMANCE
The Longest Ride
By Nicholas Sparks
Read by Ron McLarty and January LaVoy
Hachette Audio
EROTICA
Carrie’s Story: An Erotic S/M Novel
By Molly Weatherfield
Read by Shana Savage
Audible, Inc.
SCIENCE FICTION
Captain Vorpatril’s Alliance
By Lois McMaster Bujold
Read by Grover Gardner
Blackstone Audio Inc.
PARANORMAL
Reviver
By Seth Patrick
Read by Ari Fliakos
Macmillan Audio
wisp of a thing 2014 Audie Award winnersFANTASY
Wisp of a Thing
By Alex Bledsoe
Read by Stefan Rudnicki
Blackstone Audio Inc.
MYSTERY
Unleashed
By David Rosenfelt
Read by Grover Gardner
Listen & Live Audio
THRILLER/SUSPENSE
The Hit
By David Baldacci
Read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy
Hachette Audio
clockwork angels twe d3 a s 2014 Audie Award winnersPACKAGE DESIGN
Clockwork Angels: The Watchmaker’s Edition
By Kevin J. Anderson
Read by Neil Peart
Brilliance Audio
CHILDREN’S TITLES FOR AGES UP TO 8
Hooray for Anna Hibiscus
By Atinuke
Read by Mutiyat Ade-Salu
Recorded Books
CHILDREN’S TITLES FOR AGES 8-12
Matilda
By Roald Dahl
Read by Kate Winslet
Penguin Audio
TEENS
Viva Jacquelina
By L.A. Meyer
Read by Katherine Kellgren
Listen & Live Audio
AUDIO DRAMA
Oliver Twist
By Charles Dickens, adapted by Paul McCusker
Read by Joe Holgate, Henry Goodman, Bill Sykes, Geoffrey Palmer, Roy Hudd, Finty Williams, and full cast
Tyndale House
wwz 2014 Audie Award winnersMULTI-VOICED PERFORMANCE
World War Z: The Complete Edition
By Max Brooks
Read by Max Brooks and full cast
Random House Audio/Books on Tape
ORIGINAL WORK
Thirteen
By Scott Harrison & Various
Read by Barnaby Edwards & Various
Spokenworld Audio/Ladbroke Audio Ltd.
NARRATION BY THE AUTHOR or AUTHORS
Still Foolin’ ‘Em
By Billy Crystal
Read by Billy Crystal
Macmillan Audio
SOLO NARRATION–FEMALE
Read by Katherine Kellgren
The Twelve Clues of Christmas
By Rhys Bowen
Audible, Inc.
SOLO NARRATION–MALE
Read by David Pittu
The Goldfinch
By Donna Tartt
Hachette Audio
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