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Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!

by Otto Penzler; read by Matt Godfrey & Heather Costa

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Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! is the darkest, the living-deadliest, scariest—and dare we say most tasteful—collection of zombie stories ever assembled. It's so good, it's a no-brainer. Learn More
You Should Be Mine

by Candy Jackson; read by Machelle Williams

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In You Should Be Mine, Sasha "Pink" Jansen is determined to show Pastor Malik that they belong together—and come hell or high water, she plans to get the good reverend to agree. Learn More
You Can Prevent a Stroke

by Joshua Yamamoto, MD, FACC & Kristin E. Thomas, MD; read by Bob Souer

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Strokes are usually said to be tragic and random. They are certainly tragic, but they are not random. Strokes can be avoided, and You Can Prevent a Stroke explains how. Learn More
The Yellow House

by Patricia Falvey; read by Sarah-Jane Drummey

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A must-listen work of historical fiction from the bestselling author of The Linen Queen. Learn More
Yellow Earth

by John Sayles; read by Gary Tiedemann

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In Yellow Earth, the site of Three Nations reservations on the banks of the Missouri River in North Dakota, Sayles introduces us to Harleigh Killdeer, chairman of the Tribal Business Council. "An activist in his way, a product of the Casino Era," Kildeer, who is contracted by oil firm Case and Crosby, spearheads the new Three Nations Petroleum Company. Learn More
Yale Needs Women

by Anne Gardiner Perkins; read by Erin Bennett

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Anne Gardiner Perkins's unflinching account of a group of young women striving for change is an inspiring story of strength, resilience, and courage that continues to resonate today. Learn More
The World Doesn't Require You

by Rion Amilcar Scott; read by JD Jackson

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PEN/Jean Stein Book Award Finalist
2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize Longlist
Publishers Weekly Best of 2019
Buzzfeed’s 29 Summer Reads 2019
Kirkus Best Fiction of 2019

The World Doesn't Require You announces the arrival of a generational talent, as Rion Amilcar Scott shatters rigid genre lines to explore larger themes of religion, violence, and love—all told with sly humor and a dash of magical realism. Learn More
Woodstock

by Dale Bell; read by Peter Berkrot & Xe Sands

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Featuring a foreword from legendary director Martin Scorcese, Woodstock: Interviews and Recollections combines stories, anecdotes, and perspectives from dozens of musicians and filmmakers about the making of the Academy Award–winning documentary Woodstock. Learn More
The Window and the Mirror

by Henry Thomas

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A captured soldier must escort a mysterious girl to a distant city to broker peace between two peoples poised on the brink of war. Left to die in a deep chasm, his commander stumbles on to a dark and powerful secret: how to harness the energy of men's souls and bend them to his will. Learn More
The Wind That Lays Waste

by Selva Almada; read by Almarie Guerra

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A taut, lyrical portrait of four people thrown together on a single day in rural Argentina. Learn More
Why Liberalism Works

by Deirdre Nansen McCloskey; read by Janet Metzger

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From Deirdre Nansen McCloskey, an insightful and passionately written book explaining why a return to Enlightenment ideals is good for the world. Learn More
Who Says You're Dead?

by Jacob M. Appel, MD; read by Jonathan Yen

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Drawing upon the author's two decades teaching medical ethics, as well as his work as a practicing psychiatrist, this profound and addictive little book offers up challenging ethical dilemmas and asks listeners, What would you do? Learn More
Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?

by Brock Clarke; read by Peter Berkrot

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With the comic unpredictability of a Wes Anderson movie and the inventive sharpness of a John Irving novel, author Brock Clarke introduces listeners to an ordinary man who is about to embark on an absurdly extraordinary adventure. Learn More
White Light

by Vanessa Garcia; read by Kyla Garcia

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Praised by Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka for its "lyrical pace and texture," White Light maps a young woman's struggle to distill her grief, rage, and love onto the canvas. Learn More
White Hot Silence

by Henry Porter; read by Matthew Addis

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Billionaire Denis Hisami's wife, Anastasia, has been abducted and held hostage. There's only one man who can help: Paul Samson, former MI6 agent and a genius at tracking missing persons. The only problem is that Samson was, and probably still is, in love with Anastasia. If he manages to locate and save her, will it be for Hisami—or himself? Learn More
When Should Law Forgive?

by Martha Minow; read by Janet Metzger

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Martha Minow explores the complicated intersection of the law, justice, and forgiveness, asking whether the law should encourage people to forgive, and when courts, public officials, and specific laws should forgive. Learn More
What It Means to Be Moral

by Phil Zuckerman; read by Paul Brion

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The author of Living the Secular Life deconstructs the arguments for a morality informed by religion, urging that major challenges like global warming and growing inequality are best approached from a framework of secular morality. Learn More
What Burns

by Dale Peck; read by Curt Bonnem & Chelsea Stephens

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The Millions Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019

The first collection of short fiction from Lambda Award–winning novelist Dale Peck spans twenty-five years of writing, including two O. Henry award-winners and the recipient of a Pushcart Prize. Learn More
Well

by Sandro Galea; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

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In Well, physician Sandro Galea examines what Americans miss when they fixate on healthcare: health. Learn More
We're Still Here

by Jennifer M. Silva; read by Teri Schnaubelt

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We're Still Here provides powerful, on the ground evidence of the remaking of working-class identity and politics that will spark new tensions but also open up the possibility for shifting alliances and new possibilities. Learn More
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