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This Story Will Change

by Elizabeth Crane; read by Elizabeth Crane

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Rachel Cusk meets Nora Ephron in this intimate and evolving portrait about the end of a marriage and how life can fall apart and be rebuilt in wonderful and surprising ways. Learn More
This Road I Ride

Juliana Buhring; read by Henrietta Meire

This Road I Ride is the remarkable story of one woman's solo journey around the world by bicycle. Learn More
This River

by James Brown; read by Charles Constant

Award-winning author James Brown gained a cult following after chronicling his turbulent childhood and spiraling drug addiction in The Los Angeles Diaries. This River picks up where Brown left off in his first memoir, describing his tenuous relationship with sobriety, telling of agonizing relapses, and tracking his attempts to become a better father. Learn More
This Narrow Space

by Elisha Waldman; read by Barry Abrams

This Narrow Space is Elisha Waldman's deeply affecting and poignant memoir of the seven years he spent taking care of children—Israeli Jews, Muslims, and Christians; Palestinian Arabs from the West Bank and Gaza—with one devastating thing in common: they had all been diagnosed with some form of pediatric cancer. Learn More
This Is the Night Our House Will Catch Fire

by Nick Flynn; read by Charles Constant

A searing memoir from critically acclaimed author Nick Flynn, on how childhood spills into parenthood.
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This Is My Story; This Is My Song

by Dr. Willie H. Clemons; read by Mirron Willis

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Dr. Willie H. Clemons's inspiring book, This Is My Story: This Is My Song: One Man's Journey To Turning Oppositions Into Opportunities And Fulfilling His Unique Gifts, shares his personal experiences and insights on growing up in Alabama. Along the way, the author weaves a beautiful and inspiring story of his journey to fulfilling his childhood dreams of a life of service. Learn More
This Is How I Save My Life

by Amy B. Scher; read by Amy B. Scher

This Is How I Save My Life is a powerful and uplifting story of sheer determination for anyone who believes in—or doubts—the existence of miracles and the infinite power of self-healing when it seems like all hope is lost. Learn More
This House of Sky

Ivan Doig; read by Ivan Doig

Masterfully crafted with lyrical and haunting language, Doig’s memoir remains an enduring classic, a story to be savored by anyone who has ever loved a parent or been shaped by the land around them. Learn More
This Boy's Life

Tobias Wolff; read by Oliver Wyman

Heralded instantly upon publication by the critics, This Boy’s Life has come to be universally recognized as a true modern classic of autobiography. Learn More
Thinking Again

by Jan Morris; read by Jennifer M. Dixon

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Jan Morris, one of "Britain's greatest living writers" (Times, UK), returns with this whimsical yet deeply affecting volume on life as a redoubtable nonagenarian. Learn More
Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

by Michael Bennett; contributing author Dave Zirin; read by JD Jackson

Written with award-winning sportswriter and author Dave Zirin, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable is a sports book for our times, a sports memoir and manifesto as hilarious as it is revealing. Learn More
Things That Helped

by Jessica Friedmann; read by Shiromi Arserio

In Things That Helped Jessica Friedmann navigates her recovery from postpartum depression in a wide-ranging collection of personal essays. Learn More
Things I Don't Want to Know

by Deborah Levy; read by Henrietta Meire

A shimmering jewel of a book about writing from two-time Booker Prize finalist Deborah Levy.
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They Don't Need to Understand

by Andy Biersack, Ryan J. Downey; read by Andy Biersack

Before he was the charismatic singer of Black Veil Brides and an accomplished solo artist under the Andy Black moniker, he was Andrew Dennis Biersack, an imaginative and creative kid in Cincinnati, Ohio, struggling with anxiety, fear, loneliness, and the impossible task of fitting in. With his trademark charm, clever wit, and insightful analysis, Biersack tells the story of his childhood and adolescence. Learn More
They Bled Blue

by Jason Turbow; read by Jason Turbow

The wildly entertaining narrative of the outrageous 1981 Dodgers from the award-winning author of Dynastic, Fantastic, Bombastic, and The Baseball Codes. Learn More
There's Nothing in This Book That I Meant to Say

Paula Poundstone; read by Paula Poundstone

There’s Nothing in This Book That I Meant To Say is self-awareness and honesty at its most hilarious. Learn More
There Is No Me Without You

Melissa Fay Greene; read by Julie Fain Lawrence

The National Book award finalist puts a human face on the AIDS crisis in Africa. Learn More
There Is No Manual for This

by Ilyssa Goodman; read by Coleen Marlo

With great humor and frankness, Ilyssa Goodman offers insights on what having it all means in the twenty-first century. Learn More
Theodore Roosevelt

by Benjamin J. Wetzel; read by Bob Souer

Theodore Roosevelt: Preaching from the Bully Pulpit traces Roosevelt's personal religious odyssey from youthful faith and pious devotion to a sincere but more detached adult faith. Based in large part on personal correspondence and unpublished archival materials, this book offers a new interpretation of an extremely significant historical figure. Learn More
The Atlas of Reds and Blues

by Devi S. Laskar; read by Jeed Saddy

The Atlas of Reds and Blues grapples with the complexities of the second-generation American experience, what it means to be a woman of color in the workplace, and a sister, a wife, and a mother to daughters in today's America. Learn More
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