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Still Here

Ram Dass; read by Steve Susskind

Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing and Dying is Ram Dass’ reflection on the joys, pains and opportunities that appear as we age. 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
Paris to the Moon

Adam Gopnik; read by Adam Gopnik

Weaving the magical with the mundane, New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik offers a wholly delightful, often hilarious look at what it was to be an American family man in Paris at the end of the twentieth century. Learn More
My Experiments with Truth

Mohandas Gandhi; read by Frederick Davidson

This work is Gandhi’s autobiography, documenting his spiritual journey amidst the political strife of his times. Learn More
The Pact

George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt with Lisa Frazier Page; read by George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt

The Pact is an extraordinary testament to the power of male friendship. Learn More
If I Live to Be 100

Neenah Ellis; read by Neenah Ellis with excerpts from the original radio broadcasts

There are now more 100-year-olds alive—healthy and engaged in the world—than at any other time in history. Join Neenah Ellis as she meets some of them and hears what insights, memories, wisdom, and just plain common sense tips they have to offer. Learn More
More Than a Game

Phil Jackson and Charley Rosen; read by Phil Jackson and Charley Rosen

Phil Jackson's account of the Lakers' game-by-game progress through the 1999-2000 season and his views on the state of the NBA is supplemented by his friend Charley Rosen's novelist's impressions of the Lakers, Los Angeles, and the league. Learn More
Educating Esmé

Esmé Raji Codell; read by Esmé Raji Codell

Codell's portrait of an inner-city elementary school is funny, poignant, and inspiring. Learn More
No Such Thing as a Bad Day

Hamilton Jordan; read by Hamilton Jordan

Since serving in the Carter White House in the late 1970s, Hamilton Jordan has survived non-Hodgkins lymphoma, melanoma, and prostate cancer. Learn More
On the Big Blackfoot

Norman Maclean; read by John Maclean and Norman Maclean

On the Big Blackfoot is Norman Maclean's memoir about his Montana youth that inspired his beloved story, A River Runs Through It. Learn More
A Million Little Pieces

James Frey; read by Oliver Wyman

A searing and controversial story of drug and alcohol abuse and rehabilitation, told with the charismatic energy of Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and the revelatory power of Burroughs' Junky. Learn More
American Sucker

David Denby; read by Dennis Boutsikaris

Join David Denby, New Yorker critic and otherwise sensible man, on a whirlwind ride through an exuberant stock market, investment feeding frenzy, and the cataclysmic result of greed and illusion. Learn More
Devil in the Details

Jennifer Traig; read by Melinda Wade

The struggles and humiliations of adolescence are told in an unflinching, funny, surprisingly universal tale of one good Jewish girl's battle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Learn More
The Know-It-All

A.J. Jacobs; read by Geoffrey Cantor

A hilarious, intelligent-trivia-packed story from a man who read the entire Encylopedia Britannica. Learn More
A Girl Named Zippy

Haven Kimmel; read by Haven Kimmel

Laced with fine storytelling, sharp wit, dead-on observations, and moments of sheer joy, Haven Kimmel's straight-shooting portrait of her childhood gives us a heroine who is wonderfully sweet and sly as she navigates the quirky adult world that surrounds her. Learn More
The Year of Magical Thinking

Joan Didion; read by Barbara Caruso

This powerful and moving work is Didion's “attempt to make sense of the weeks and then months that cut loose any fixed idea I ever had about death about illness . . . about marriage and children and memory . . . about the shallowness of sanity about life itself.” With vulnerability and passion, Joan Didion explores an intensely personal yet universal experience of love and loss. Learn More
She Got Up Off the Couch

Haven Kimmel; read by Haven Kimmel

Picking up where A Girl Named Zippy left off, Haven Kimmel crafts a tender portrait of her mother, a modestly heroic woman who took the odds that life gave her and somehow managed to win. Learn More

Pamela Stephenson; read by Pamela Stephenson

The best-selling biography of Scottish comedian Billy Connolly, written by the woman who knows him best: his wife. Learn More
Pepys' Diary

Samuel Pepys; read by Kenneth Branagh

An astonishing first-hand account of life in 17th-century London, read with wit and style by actor Kenneth Branaugh. Learn More
Passage to Juneau

Jonathan Raban; read by Jonathan Raban

Acclaimed travel writer Jonathan Raban invites us aboard his boat, a floating cottage cluttered with books, curling manuscripts, and dead ballpoint pens. Learn More
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