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eMusic Archives: Audiobooks

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Kate Chopin, The Awakening…

[In which a late-blooming bookworm finally gets to the stuff he really sh… more »

Jhumpa Lahiri, The Lowland…

In The Lowland, Jhumpa Lahiri’s widely celebrated gifts are on full… more »

Interview: Joyce Maynard

Joyce Maynard’s After Her is a novel about two sisters, a serial ki… more »

Ivy Pochoda, Visitation Stree…

Late one night, two New York City teenagers decide to take a rubber raft… more »

Aimee Bender, The Color Maste…

Adult fairy tales can curdle quickly, but Aimee Bender proves an adept ha… more »

Margaret Atwood, MaddAddam…

It’s sad to see Margaret Atwood’s wild, ruined Earth trilogy… more »

The First Annual, Completely…

This was a stellar year for audiobooks — and a kinda star-studded o… more »

Annalee Newitz, Scatter, Adap…

There’s been no end to the deluge of books about weathering the apo… more »

Curtis Sittenfeld, Sisterland…

Twin sisters are born with extrasensory powers — and only one of th… more »

Lauren Grodstein, The Explana…

“Special Topics in Evolutionary Biology: Ethics and Debate” i… more »

Therese Anne Fowler, Z: A Nov…

Anyone familiar with Zelda Fitzgerald — and particularly anyone who… more »

Megan Shepherd, The Madman…

Megan Shepherd’s YA update of The Island of Dr. Moreau, the first i… more »

Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Als…

[In which a late-blooming bookworm finally gets to the stuff he really sh… more »

Scientology Showdown

South Park dissed them big time in a memorable episode. You’ve prob… more »

Discover: Scandinavian Murder…

What is it about Scandinavia that inspires so many tales of murder? Actua… more »

Interview: Adam Mansbach

I first met Adam Mansbach in college. We were DJs together, sharing a lov… more »

Interview: George Saunders

George Saunders’s newest story, published only as an audiobook and… more »

Ron Currie Jr., Flimsy Little…

Ron Currie Jr. begins his second novel with a clear invitation to call hi… more »

Dick Lehr and Gerard O’…

Some Bostonians used to like to paint James Joseph “Whitey” B… more »

Herman Koch, The Dinner…

Don’t read this review before listening to Herman Koch’s nove… more »

Manil Suri, The City of Devi…

Manil Suri’s enormous, hysterical opus tells two seemingly disconne… more »

Sam Sheridan, The Disaster Di…

Sam Sheridan could have been Batman. The dude is a former wilderness fire… more »

Jamaica Kincaid, See Now Then…

The painful tension between hate and love, the two strongest and most com… more »

The Luck of the Fictional

We’ve all heard about the luck of the Irish, that mythological good… more »

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