Follett’s Trilogy Conclusion, Huston’s Hollywood, a Literary Lovett | Audiobook Reviews, March 1, 2015


Follett’s characters are an all-too-human blend of youthful idealism and self-indulgence; listeners are catapulted into Huston’s star-studded world; Austen lovers, mystery fans, and romance buffs will thoroughly enjoy Lovett’s love story.

Personal Bests | What We’re Reading

Truth Be Told

LJ/ School Library Journal staffers—and a special guest librarian—talk about Girls Gone and on the Train; Getting Better Than Before; Watching Anjelica; politics and prizes in China; what to wear; and animal-human transmissions

Oysters, soldiers, and Le Corbusier | November Audio in Advance | Nonfiction

modern man

Previews of selected nonfiction audiobooks two months ahead of publication

Audio Reviews | February 15, 2014


Reviews of Wally Lamb’s We Are Water, Michael J. Sullivan’s The Rose and the Thorn, David Finkel’s Thank You for Your Service, Billy Crystal’s Still Foolin’ ‘Em, Anjelica Huston’s A Story Lately Told, Morrissey’s Autobiography, and a list of titles from the February 15 issue.