The Future of Food, Fiction from Mengestu, Priest, & Rowell, plus Memoir by Ward | Audio Reviews

Boneshaker

Barber’s Third Plate stands out as an essential book about food, Mengestu’s sad and harrowing tale of identity, responsibility, and love, a new dramatization that blends fantasy and steampunk into something very fun

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

Audiobooks from Cook, Fluke, Lee, & Waldman | Xpress Reviews

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Consequences for Hannah Swensen, a series launch from Lee, and highly recommended historical fiction from Waldman

Sarah Addison Allen’s Audiobook of Lost Lake | Xpress Reviews

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Sarah Addison Allen’s Lost Lake is a delightful tale of change, growth, yesteryear, and second chances

Audiobooks from Buckley, Cornwell, Lancaster, & Phillips | Xpress Reviews

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Climactic revelations, a vivid picture of early tenth-century England, a less-than-likable protagonist from Lancaster, an earthy portrayal of early New Orleans, and a novel of second chances from Phillips

Fiction by Cunningham, Dahl, & Price, Goodall on the Environment, & More | Audiobook Reviews

The Snow Queen

Cunningham’s novel is enriched by the audio performance, a gripping debut reveals the secrets of a private community, Goodall covers the use and abuse of plants, a new series opener leaves the listener desperate for the next installment

Audiobooks from Dietz, Howey, Mallery, & Smith | Xpress Reviews

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Postapocalyptic fiction from Dietz and Howey, a can’t-miss romance from Mallery, romance and steampunk in Schwarz’s debut, and emotionally wrenching historical fiction from Smith

Audiobooks from Chamberlain, Doig, Faye, & Hart, plus a New MASH | Xpress Reviews

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A story from Chamberlain to shelve with The Help, a new Morrie Morgan title from Doig, historical settings from Faye, mystery and Chinese anthropology from Hart, relive a favorite TV show with Hooker’s MASH

Q&A: Susanna Kaysen

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Kaysen talks to LJ about her new novel, Cambridge, set in 1950s Massachusetts

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.

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