Cyber-War, Humor from Novak, World War II Drama by Vanderbes, & More | Audiobook Reviews

Cyber-War

Disturbing but important, Cyber-War is recommended to all listeners, Novak’s collection is strong enough to appeal to discriminating fans, Vanderbes authentically renders character-driven stories, and a list of titles from the May 1 issue.

Audiobooks by Byrd, Haig, Manning, & O’Connell | Xpress Reviews

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Romance fans won’t want to miss Byrd, an enjoyable listen from Haig, listeners of historical fiction and those interested in women’s rights will enjoy Manning’s title, O’Connell’s Kate Mallory book is excellently narrated by Barbara Rosenblat

Inside the Autistic Mind, Fiction from Oates, Leadership Autobiog, & More | Audiobook Reviews

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Listener’s beware, Higashida’s Reason I Jump is emotionally affecting; a quintessential Oates tragedy with an empathetic narration; how Navy lieutenant Redman went from being a self-centered guy to a functioning leader

Audiobooks by Cussler & Frost & Hayder & Kenyon & Lu | Xpress Reviews

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A new Cussler for action fans, fiction fans should enjoy Ford’s latest, Hayder brings back Caffery and Flea, a solid story from Kenyon’s “Dark-Hunter” series, suspense, unexpected twists, and unrequited love from Lu

Audiobook fiction from Andrews, Dallas, Evanovich, Haddam; Economics from Munk | Xpress Reviews

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A blissful novella from Andrews, a satisfying story of the South from Dallas, a disappointing outing from Evanovich, mystery for Haddam fans, an economic cautionary tale from Munk

Audiobooks from Abé & Card & Chiaverini & Kingsbury & Wood | Xpress Reviews

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Abé for paranormal fans, Aw for Asian fiction fans, a new Ender’s Game, Civil War espionage from Chiaverini, ethical dilemmas from Kingsbury, an excellent pairing of voice and text in Wood’s The Killer

Literary Suspense from Joss, Kolbert on Extinctions, The Age of Amazon According to Stone | Audiobook Reviews

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Reviews of Morag Joss’s Our Picnics in the Sun, Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction, Brad Stone’s The Everything Store, Yossi Klein Halevi’s Like Dreamers, Ari Shavit’s My Promised Land, and a list of titles from the April 1 issue.

Q&A: Alice Hoffman

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Alice Hoffman talks to LJ about her new historical novel set in 1911 New York City; from the April 1 issue.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, April 4, 2014

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The narration might put off readers of Thursdays in the Park, Byrd’s Roses Have Thorns is for historical fiction fans, urban fantasy from Galenorn, time travel from James, intrigue and swashbuckling fantasy from Wells

Lewis Dartnell on The Knowledge | Tantorious

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Tantorious is a monthly podcast series featuring interviews with well-known authors, hosted by Allan Hoving and presented by Tantor Audio. Lewis Dartnell is regarded as one of the brightest young scientists of his generation. Working in the field of astrobiology and the search for microbial life on Mars, he has won several awards for his science […]

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