October’s LibraryReads on audio feature award-winning narrators, bewitching rom-coms, and two Hall of Fame favorites—titles that are sure to drive your TBR pile! See the full list of October 2021 LibraryReads picks here.
Why try the audio? Who better to take listeners on this journey than a trio of a extraordinary, award-winning narrators? Edoardo and Dion are AudioFile Golden Voice Narrators and multi-Audie winners, while Marin was recently a winner of the Audie for Best Female Narrator. Expect high holds from their many audiobook fans!
Why try the audio? An early starred review from Library Journal cites “Harrison’s strength at writing powerful and empowered women with razor-sharp wit and a touch of darkness.” What a vocal trick and treat for talented narrator Dylan Moore to take on after tackling mysterious thrills like Riley Sager’s Lock Every Door (“Moore creates a vivid world in this thriller.”—AudioFile) and Emily St. John’s The Glass Hotel (“Moore superbly, seamlessly switches genders, ages, to invoke Vincent’s two main co-stars…Bystanders, accomplices, victims—Moore’s got ’em covered.”—Booklist, starred review).
Broadway actress and seasoned narrator, Kimberly Farr, returns to tell Lucy Barton’s next chapter in Elizabeth Strout’s newest novel. “Farr, a veteran performer who also read My Name Is Lucy Barton, narrates magnificently, treating listeners to introspective, thoughtful and humane interpretations of every individual”—Booklist, starred audio review (Anything Is Possible)