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Inside a Silver Box

Walter Mosley; read by Dion Graham

In Inside a Silver Box, two people brought together by a horrific act are united in a common cause by the powers of the Silver Box. The two join to protect humanity from destruction by an alien race, the Laz, hell-bent on regaining control over the Silver Box, the most destructive and powerful tool in the universe. The Silver Box will stop at nothing to prevent its former master from returning to being, even if it means finishing the earth itself. Learn More
The Ingenious

by Darius Hinks; read by Gabrielle Baker

NEW! Now Available

Political exiles are desperate to escape from the impossible city that imprisons them, in this bloody and brilliant epic fantasy. Learn More
Implanted

by Lauren C. Teffeau; read by Lauren Ezzo

The data stored in her blood can save a city on the brink . . . or destroy it, in this gripping cyberpunk thriller. Learn More
The Hobbit

J.R.R. Tolkien; fully dramatized by an ensemble cast

Includes "The Battle of the Five Armies"
In Theaters DEC 2014!

The original American dramatization as broadcast on National Public Radio. Learn More
Heaven's Net Is Wide

Lian Hearn; read by J. Paul Boehmer and Julia Fletcher

The backstory fans of the Tales of the Otori series have been yearning for! Recounts the life of Lord Shigeru from the age of 12 (the year in which the Tales' Takeo is born) and events foreshadowing Across the Nightingale Floor. Learn More
Heart of the Circle

by Keren Landsman;read by Assaf Cohen

NEW! Now Available

Sorcerers fight for the right to exist and fall in love, in this extraordinary alternate world fantasy thriller by award-winning Israeli author Keren Landsman. Learn More
The Harsh Cry of the Heron

Lian Hearn; read by Julia Fletcher and Henri Lubatti

The surprise fourth installment (and real conclusion) to Lian Hearn's Tales of the Otori, the epic fantasy set in a mythical, medieval Japan. The Harsh Cry of the Heron achieves new heights of drama and action. Learn More
Grass for His Pillow

Lian Hearn; read by Kevin Gray and Aiko Nakasone

In Book I of the Otori trilogy, Across the Nightingale Floor, Lian Hearn created a wholly original, fully-realized fantasy world where great powers clashed and young love dawned against a dazzling and mystical landscape. Learn More
The Girl in the Moon

by Terry Goodkind; read by Elisabeth Rodgers

In his newest heart-pounding novel, #1 New York Times bestselling author Terry Goodkind introduces the world to his most unforgettable and deadly character yet. Learn More
Gates of the Dead

by James A. Moore; read by Jeffrey Kafer

The end times have come, but it's not too late for a hero to strike back, in the grimdark fantasy sequel to The Last Sacrifice and Fallen Gods. Learn More
Frankenstein Dreams

by Michael Sims; read by Tim Campbell

From Mary Shelley to H.G. Wells, Frankenstein Dreams is a collection of the best Victorian science fiction from Michael Sims, the editor of Dracula's Guest. Learn More
Fire in the Ocean

by K.D. Keenan; read by Tanya Eby

On a whale watching excursion, Sierra, Chaco, and Fred are swept overboard by an undersea force more powerful than they ever imagined. There are dark forces at work, and with Chaco no longer connected to his land, Sierra will have to think fast if they're ever going to survive. Learn More
The Fellowship of the Ring

J.R.R. Tolkien; performed by an ensemble cast

The original American dramatization as broadcast on National Public Radio. Learn More
Famous Men Who Never Lived

by K Chess; read by Amy Landon

NEW! Now Available

For fans of Station Eleven and Exit West, Famous Men Who Never Lived explores the effects of displacement on our identities, the communities that come together through circumstance, and the power of art to save us. Learn More
Emperor of the Eight Islands

Lian Hearn; read by Neil Shah

From Lian Hearn, author of the bestselling series Tales of the Otori, comes Book One in the epic Tale of Shikanoko series. In an extraordinary story seething with intrigue, adventure and love, Hearn masterfully brings to life a mythical Japanese world inhabited by assassins, ghosts, spirits, deer, and monkeys. Learn More
Earthsong

by Suzette Haden Elgin; foreword by Karen Lord; read by Amy Landon

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available September

In the stunning conclusion to the Native Trilogy, female linguists must once again come forward and fight for the future of humanity. Learn More
Dreadful Young Ladies and Other Stories

by Kelly Barnhill; read by John Lee

From award-winning, New York Times bestselling author Kelly Barnhill comes a stunning first collection of acclaimed short fictions, teeming with uncanny characters whose stories unfold in worlds at once strikingly human and eerily original. Learn More
The Dragonglass Bowl

by Caroline J. Thibeaux; read by Ramon De Ocampo

The mystery of Dragonglass will change the life of an apprentice scribe from anonymity to one of destiny but every adventure comes with a price. Learn More
Dinner with Buddha

Roland Merullo; read by Sean Runnette

In Roland Merullo's bestselling Breakfast with Buddha, everyman Otto Ringling and a visiting Mongolian monk named Volya Rinpoche set off across America on a road trip of spiritual discovery. The result, as the Boston Globe raved is "Enlightenment meets On the Road, in this witty, insightful novel." Learn More
The Descent of Monsters

by J.Y. Yang, read by Nancy Wu

NEW! Now Available

JY Yang continues to redefine the limits of silkpunk fantasy with their Tensorate novellas, which the New York Times lauded as "joyously wild." In this third volume, an investigation into atrocities committed at a classified research facility threaten to expose secrets that the Protectorate will do anything to keep hidden. Learn More
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