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2 A.M. in Little America

by Ken Kalfus; read by BJ Harrison

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An Esquire "Best Book of Spring 2022" selection
A Literary Hub "Most Anticipated Book of 2022" selection

From "an important writer in every sense" (David Foster Wallace), a novel that imagines a future in which sweeping civil conflict has forced America's young people to flee its borders, into an unwelcoming world. Learn More
25 Lies

by Vince Everett Ellison; read by Vince Everett Ellison

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In this stunningly persuasive work, Vince Ellison marshals his own experience and couples it with a learned and original analysis to conclude that the leaders of America's "progressive" party aren't just wrong on their policy stances—they are deliberately destructive. Learn More
About Face

by William Giraldi; read by Stephen Bel Davies

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A tragicomic novel of a fame-obsessed American society yet again on the brink. Learn More
Aesthetica

by Allie Rowbottom; read by Chelsea Stephens

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In a debut novel as radiant as it is caustic, a former influencer confronts her past—and takes inventory of the damages that underpin the surface-glamour of social media. Learn More
Africa Is Not a Country

by Dipo Faloyin; read by Dipo Faloyin

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An exuberant, opinionated, stereotype-busting portrait of contemporary Africa in all its splendid diversity, by one of its leading new writers. Learn More
After She Wrote Him

by Sulari Gentill; read by Zehra Jane Naqvi

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The captivating psychological thriller Dean Koontz calls "pure delight, a swift yet psychologically complex read" by Sulari Gentill, author of #1 LibraryReads pick The Woman in the Library. Learn More
After the Lights Go Out

by John Vercher; read by Sean Crisden

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A harrowing and spellbinding story about family, the complications of mixed-race relationships, misplaced loyalties, and the price athletes pay to entertain—from the critically acclaimed author of Three-Fifths. Learn More
The Age-Proof Brain

by Dr. Marc Milstein; read by George Newbern

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In The Age-Proof Brain, scientist and popular speaker Dr. Marc Milstein shares "complex science in simple (and often humorous) examples, case histories, and 'how-to' guidelines that are guaranteed to change your life" (Dr. James B. Mass). This book reveals the secrets to improving brain function, which lie in the brain's surprising connection with the rest of the body. Learn More
Am I Alone Here?

by Peter Orner; read by Chris Abernathy

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This National Book Critics Circle Award winner is "an entrancing attempt to catch what falls between: the irreducibly personal, messy, even embarrassing ways reading and living bleed into each other, which neither literary criticism nor autobiography ever quite acknowledges" (The New York Times). Learn More
American Injustice

by John Paul Mac Isaac; read by Tom Parks

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As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight: the story of how John Paul Mac Isaac tried to get the Hunter Biden laptop evidence to the authorities. Learn More
Antarctica

by Claire Keegan; read by Aoife McMahon, Sheena May, Aidan Quinn, and Sophie Roberts

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This prize-winning debut collection of fifteen stories by the acclaimed Irish author are "among the finest contemporary stories written recently in English" (The Observer). Learn More
Are We Bodies or Souls?

by Richard Swinburne

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Many think that we are just complicated machines, or animals that are different from machines only by being conscious. In Are We Bodies or Souls? Richard Swinburne comes to the defense of the soul and presents new philosophical arguments that are supported by modern neuroscience. Learn More
The Art Forger

by B. A. Shapiro; read by Xe Sands

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The Art Forger is a thrilling novel about seeing—and not seeing—the secrets that lie beneath the canvas. Learn More
Autoportrait

by Jesse Ball; read by James Patrick Cronin

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A work of unflinching honesty, Autoportrait is a hypnotic memoir of reflection, loss, and everyday joy from one of America's best contemporary novelists. Learn More
Awop Bop Aloo Mop

by Tina Andrews; read by Sean Crisden

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As much music history as biography, Awop Bop Aloo Mop celebrates "Little" Richard Wayne Penniman, who burst onto the American scene in 1955 with his mega-hit "Tutti Frutti." Learn More
Bad Mexicans

by Kelly Lytle Hernández; read by Joana Garcia

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"Rebel historian" Kelly Lytle Hernández reframes our understanding of US history in this groundbreaking narrative of revolution in the borderlands. Learn More
Be Brief and Tell Them Everything

by Brad Listi; read by Brad Listi

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A darkly funny meditation on creativity and family, Be Brief and Tell Them Everything tracks the life of a middle-aged author who is struggling to write his next novel while trying to come to grips with his son's disabilities, set against a backdrop of ecological catastrophe and escalating human insanity in contemporary Los Angeles. Learn More
Before All the World

by Moriel Rothman-Zecher; read by Moriel Rothman-Zecher

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A mesmerizing, inventive story of three souls in 1930s Philadelphia seizing new life while haunted by the old. Learn More
Belonging

by Geoff Cohen; read by Noah Michael Levine

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In Belonging, Stanford University professor Geoffrey L. Cohen applies his and others' groundbreaking research to the myriad problems of communal existence and offers concrete solutions for improving daily life. Learn More
Beyond Measure

by James Vincent; read by James Vincent

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A vibrant account of how measurement has invisibly shaped our world, from ancient civilizations to the modern day. Learn More
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