Find Me by André Aciman; narrated by Michael StuhlbargWhat it is: a follow-up to the bestselling Call Me By Your Name, which picks up years later as Elio, his father Samuel, and Elio's first love Oliver start -- and end -- relationships.
Narration: In this AudioFile Earphones Award-winning recording, actor Michael Stuhlbarg (who portrayed Samuel in the 2017 film adaptation of Call Me By Your Name) offers a warm and contemplative reading.
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo; narrated by Lauren Fortgang and Michael David AxtellWhat it's about: Alex Stern, a high school dropout with the ability to see ghosts, receives a full scholarship to Yale, where she's tasked with monitoring the university's secret societies. She soon discovers that the elite institution is willing to turn a blind eye to their occult transgressions.
Narration: Lauren Fortgang's commanding, leisurely paced narration elevates the intrigue and suspense; Michael David Axtell gives an expressive reading as Darlington, Alex's mentor who has disappeared.
Where the Light Enters by Sara Donati; narrated by Kate Reading The short version: The pursuit of justice brings the Savard cousins together in this sequel to The Gilded Hour, set in 1880s Manhattan.
Narration: Kate Reading's dramatic narration complements author Sara Donati's evocative prose.
The Spotted Dog by Kerry Greenwood; narrated by Jennifer VuleticWhat happens: When a Scottish veteran suffering from PTSD enlists her ex-Mossad agent boyfriend Daniel to find his kidnapped dog, baker and amateur sleuth Corinna helps investigate.
Narration: Jennifer Vuletic breezily narrates this 7th entry in the Australian-set Corinna Chapman cozy mystery series.
How We Fight for Our Lives by Saeed Jones; narrated by Saeed JonesWhat it's about: Award-winning poet Saeed Jones reflects on his fraught coming-of-age and his struggle to make a life for himself.
Narration: Jones narrates his poignant Kirkus Prize-winning memoir with candor and intimacy.
Slay by Brittney Morris; narrated by Kiersey Clemons, Michael Boatman, Alexandra Grey, Dominic Hoffman, and Sisi Aisha Johnson What it’s about: No one knows that 17-year-old Kiera is the developer behind SLAY, an online role-playing game she created as a refuge for black gamers. But her anonymity is threatened when the murder of a SLAY player puts the game under fire from the media and Kiera has to defend her creation.
Narration: Actress Kiersey Clemons' emotional reading as Kiera conveys the mounting stakes of this own voices debut; a handful of other narrators briefly portray the diverse group of gamers drawn to SLAY.
High School by Sara Quin and Tegan Quin; narrated by Sara Quin and Tegan QuinWhat it is: a moody coming-of-age memoir from Canadian indie pop duo (and identical twins) Tegan and Sara.
Narration: Alternating narrative duties throughout, the pair offer an intimate glimpse into their career beginnings; audio from home videos and the duo's early song recordings make this a must-listen for fans.
The Deep by Rivers Solomon, with Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes; narrated by Daveed Diggs The premise: Descended from pregnant African women thrown overboard by slavers, the wajinru (their name means "chorus of the deep") are an aquatic people united by the history they elect to forget.
Narration: Tony Award-winning Hamilton star Daveed Diggs employs a range of character voices in this fantasy novella inspired by a song he co-wrote with his hip hop group Clipping.
Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson; narrated by Marin IrelandWhat it's about: Lillian has agreed to watch her friend Madison's stepchildren for the summer. Twist: they burst into flames when upset.
Narration: In this AudioFile Earphones Award-winning recording, Marin Ireland deftly portrays the novel's quirky cast of relatable Southern-accented characters with distinct voices and tones.
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