Happy New Year! It is the month of resolutions, and we hope one of them is to listen to more audiobooks! We understand that at times it could be a challenge narrowing down your next listen, so we had our acquirers narrow down some of their top picks for you.
Kelly Utt presents Book 1 in the Rosemary Run series. Contains mature themes.
Note: For fans of Shari Lapena and Shalini Boland, this first in a series by Kelly Utt will have you on the edge of your seat to the very last ‘page’ — but don’t worry, books 2 and 3 release in February! -Jenn Eschrich
Publishing Date: 1/19/21
Written by: Kelly Utt
Read by: Chelsea Stephens
Sonic Boom: The Impossible Rise of Warner Bros. Records, From Hendrix to Fleetwood Mac to Madonna to Prince
From journalist Peter Ames Carlin Sonic Boom captures the rollicking story of the most successful record label in the history of rock and roll, Warner Bros Records, and the remarkable secret to its meteoric rise.
Note: Peter Ames Carlin takes you on the ride through the history of one of the most iconic record labels in American music history. If you like music at all there is no doubt a story in here about a musician or song you love! -Dan Totten
Publishing Date: 1/19/2021
Written by: Peter Ames Carling
Read by: David de Vries
When a fire cuts off a popular trail in the Oregon forest, a small group trapped by the flames must find another way out—or die—in Playing with Fire, an unrelenting teen-vs-nature YA thriller by New York Times bestselling author April Henry.
Note: New York Times bestselling author April Henry is back with her latest thriller! When a wildfire breaks out in the forest, Natalia and her friends are stuck with no way out. Forced to confront her past while teaming up with strangers to stay alive, Natalia will have to take matters into her own hands. -Kelly Srubas
Publishing Date: 1/19/21
Written by: April Henry
Read by: Amy McFadden
Roots of Yoga provides a comprehensive and immediate insight into the essential texts of the Indian traditions of yoga.
Note: Yoga as we know it has evolved from its beginnings as a diverse set of South Asian physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines to a global health industry worth over $80 billion. James Mallinson and Mark Singleton’s ROOTS OF YOGA takes you back as early as 500 BCE to examine the foundational texts and philosophies that gave rise to the development of Buddhist, Hindu, and Jaina yoga traditions. Whether you’re new to the practice or an experienced yogi, this enlightening text will enrich and deepen your connection to these ancient teachings. -Sonia Brand-Fisher
Publishing Date: 1/26/2021
Written by: James Mallinson and Mark Singleton
Read by: Julian Elfer