Audiobooks: Christine Hyung-Oak Lee | Xpress Reviews

Despite engrossing true-life experiences, Lee’s work ultimately disappoints, though the book was much better received

Celebrating Jane Austen | RA Crossroads

This year marks the 200th anniversary of Austen’s death on July 18, 1817. A proper celebration of the author’s life must begin with her iconic novels.

Audiobooks by Durham, Grant, Grossman, Haskell, Kelly, Mackintosh, Moran, Palm, and Szabó | Xpress Reviews

For those interested in World War II and German life; highly recommended for the foreign and Jewish-themed collections; this will certainly interest film enthusiasts; an awkward kid–turned–polished swan, Kelly handles narration duties as if to the microphone born; highly recommended for all mystery collections; every global citizen with an interest in superb literary fiction will want to open this intriguing Door

LJ Media | Review Alert, August 2017

Blauner’s Proving Groundis a compelling and believable thriller; Love is a literary journey well worth exploring; a sweet independent film tribute to musical talent, determination, and passionate friendships; Dark Angel is a must-see for PBS and British drama fans

Celeste Ng, Sherry Thomas, & Jesmyn Ward | September Fiction on Audio

Fiction on audio coming out in September 2017.

Boredom, Biltmore, & a Baffling Crime | September Nonfiction on Audio

Nonfiction audiobooks publishing in September 2017

Hillary Clinton, Alice Waters, & Ellen Pao | Notable September Memoirs on Audio

Notable memoirs coming out in audio in September 2017

Kristin Cashore, Mitali Perkins, & E. Lockhart | YA Audiobooks Coming Out in September

YA audiobooks releasing in September 2017

One Night in Ikea and a Pet Black Hole | Middle Grade Audiobooks Coming Out in September

Middle grade audiobooks releasing in September 2017

LJ Media Reviews: July 2017

Assadi’s already atmospheric Sonora is further enhanced by Nankani’s skillful narration; anyone interested in women’s history will find The Radium Girls fascinating; the presence of an untamed Vamp manages the exceptional feat of being both funny and scary; Look at Us Now, Mother!, libraries would do well to acquire award-winning Kirschenbaum’s latest