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Here Until August

by Josephine Rowe; read by Cat Gould

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From the Catskills to New South Wales, from the remote and abandoned island outports of Newfoundland to the sprawl of a North American metropolis, the transformative stories in Here Until August show how the places where we choose to live our lives can just as easily turn us inward as outward. Learn More
How to Do Nothing

by Jenny Odell; read by Rebecca Gibel

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A galvanizing critique of the forces vying for our attention—and our personal information—that redefines what we think of as productivity, reconnects us with the environment, and reveals all that we've been too distracted to see about ourselves and our world. Learn More
How to Treat People

by Molly Case; read by Henrietta Meire

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A fascinating and poignant memoir of the body and its care, told through the experiences of a young nurse. Learn More
A Human Algorithm

by Flynn Coleman; read by Flynn Coleman

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A groundbreaking narrative on the urgency of ethically designed AI and a guidebook to reimagining life in the era of intelligent technology. Learn More
I Heart Oklahoma!

by Roy Scranton; read by Rebecca Gibel

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Roy Scranton, controversial and critically acclaimed, brings us a formally daring road trip into the heart of present-day America. Learn More
If the Ice Had Held

by Wendy Fox; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

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Melanie Henderson's life is a lie. The scandal of her birth and the identity of her true parents is kept from her family's small, conservative Colorado town. Not even she knows the truth: that her birth mother was just fourteen and unmarried to her father, a local boy who drowned when he tried to take a shortcut across an icy river. Learn More
Imagined Life

by James Trefil & Michael Summers; read by Paul Boehmer

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Scientists Trefil and Summers bring listeners on a marvelous experimental voyage through the possibilities of life—unlike anything we have experienced so far—that could exist on planets outside our own solar system. Learn More
The Impatient Dr. Lange

by Seema Yasmin; read by Seema Yasmin

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The first book about Lange and his contributions to the fight against HIV, The Impatient Dr. Lange is a powerful tribute to one of the greatest scientists, activists, humanitarians, and social entrepreneurs in the world of HIV/AIDS. Learn More
In the Country of Women

by Susan Straight; read by Donna Postel

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In the Country of Women is a valuable social history and a personal narrative that reads like a love song to America and indomitable women. Learn More
The Infinite Desire for Growth

by Daniel Cohen, translated by Jane Marie Todd; read by Liam Gerrard

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Economic growth—and the hope of better things to come—is the religion of the modern world. Yet its prospects have become bleak, with crashes following booms in an endless cycle. In the United States, eighty percent of the population has seen no increase in purchasing power over the last thirty years and the situation is not much better elsewhere. Learn More
Into Captivity They Will Go

by Noah Milligan; read by Kirby Heyborne

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Set in rural Oklahoma, Into Captivity They Will Go tells the story of Caleb Gunter, a boy whose mother has convinced him he is the second coming of Jesus Christ and that together they are destined to lead the chosen into the Kingdom of Heaven. Learn More
John Goblikon's Guide to Living Your Best Life

by John Goblikon with Brandon Dermer & Dave Rispoli; read by John Goblikon & Nicky “Scorpion” Calonne

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John Goblikon walks listeners through crucial life steps, from becoming internet famous, to getting dates with special someones, to even correct ordering techniques for the perfect meal at Chili's. Learn More
The Judas Rose

by Suzette Haden Elgin; read by Amy Landon

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In the second volume of the Native Tongue trilogy, the time has come for Láadan—the secret language created to resist an oppressive patriarchy—to empower womankind worldwide. Learn More
Juliet the Maniac

by Juliet Escoria; read by Jennifer Jill Araya

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A shockingly dark, funny, and heartbreaking portrait of a young teenager's clash with mental illness and her battle toward understanding and recovery. Learn More
Karma

by Monique Jewell Anderson; read by Joniece Abbott-Pratt

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The sudden death of an alcoholic, lying, and manipulative mother sets off a chain of events that forces two worlds to eventually collide, releasing secrets and pain that could change the lives of everyone involved. Learn More
Know-It-All Society

by Michael P. Lynch; read by William Sarris

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The "philosopher of truth" (Jill Lepore, The New Yorker) returns with a clear-eyed and timely critique of our culture's narcissistic obsession with thinking that "we" know and "they" don't. Learn More
Lady's Guide to Gossip and Murder

by Dianne Freeman; read by Sarah Zimmerman

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Ladysitting

by Lorene Cary; read by Lorene Cary

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In Ladysitting, Lorene Cary captures the ruptures, love, and, perhaps, forgiveness that can occur in a family as she bears witness to her grandmother's 101 vibrant years of life. Learn More
The Land of Flickering Lights

by Michael Bennet; read by Michael Bennet

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Michael Bennet eloquently chronicles the dramatic full stories behind five debates and decisions crucial to all Americans, each of which exemplifies the hyper-partisan politics that have upended our democracy. Learn More
The Last Butterflies

by Nick Haddad; read by Eric Martin

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A remarkable look at the rarest butterflies, how global changes threaten their existence, and how we can bring them back from near-extinction. Learn More
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