Meat, Smoke, and Fire: Five Books for the Grilling Season | Wyatt’s World

Fire and Smoke

Fieri’s fun, everybody-can-do-it guide, Ford’s smart & grand book for cooks with big dreams, champion pitmaster Lilly guides everyday cooks, Mylan’s chic guide to all things meat, and a gang of London chefs do BBQ, and much more.

Wrapping Up Audiobook Month: Audio Suggestions for the Casual Listener | Wyatt’s World

The Book Thief

Corduner’s steady voice reads the The Book Thief, Lamia and Oduye highlight Kidd’s many strengths, Reading delivers with verve and keenness, a plummy performance from Rhind-Tutt, Vance nimbly navigates history

He Says: Five Excellent Male Narrators | Wyatt’s World

Mr. Mercedes

Bramhall has a rich, appealingly gruff voice, Herrmann combines a deft hand at pacing, emotionally dimensional accents from Jackson, Petkoff keeps listeners invested, Patton is joyfully easy on the ear

She Says: Five Excellent Female Narrators | Wyatt’s World

Lost Sisterhood

The warm voice of Campbell well matches Fortier’s time-slip novel, Cassidy helps listeners establish a strong sense of engagement, listeners can trust Ikeda’s skill, King knows how to bring a novel to life, Sterlin is a narrator to know.

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Unleashed

Suggest these five narrators to listeners hoping for mysteries and an electrified atmosphere

Star Readers | Wyatt’s World

My Dear I wanted To Tell You

Five exceptional voices narrating exceptional writing

Privacy, Data, and the Clandestine | Wyatt’s World

The Good Spy

No Place To Hide for The Good Spy; from The Snowden Files to Big Data, a Dragnet Nation

Nonfiction of Note: Five Titles Not To Miss This Month | Wyatt’s World

Birdmen

Please your patrons by suggesting nonfiction; five titles in which social history, art, politics, and larger-than-life figures unfold

May Debuts plus a Sophomore Effort | Wyatt’s World

The Pearl That Broke It's Shell

Four first (disturbing, rocket-fast, quick-reading, ambitious) novels and a new favorite author returns

Books for Grads | Wyatt’s World

all the light we cannot see

“After-school” reads that entertain (All the Light We Cannot See), open our eyes (The Last Train to Zona), and guide Thanks for the Feedback

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