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Picks of the Week-June 21

Summer is here! That means plenty of hours sitting pool and beachside, road trips, and of course, 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.

Wraithblade

S. M. Boyce presents Book 1 in the Wraithblade series.

Note: From veteran epic fantasy author, S.M. Boyce, comes a new series perfect for fans of Bryce O’Connor.- Greg Souza

Written by: S.M. Boyce

Read by: Wayne Mitchell

Publishing Date: 6/15/2021

The Ones We’re Meant to Find

Perfect for fans of Rick Yancey and Marie Lu, The Ones We’re Meant to Find is a sci-fi fantasy with mind-blowing twists, ready to burst onto the YA scene, from the critically-acclaimed Descendant of the Crane author, Joan He.

Note: In this instant New York Times Bestseller, two sisters are separated in a climate-ravaged world and fight to find one another. Cee’s memories have disappeared, well all but the fact that she has a sister, and is determined to get off the abandoned island she found herself on and cross the ocean to find her. Kasey is a STEM prodigy who is helping save the world from climate decay, but something keeps nagging at her to find her sister. If you’re a fan of Marie Lu’s Warrior Crossed, you will love this epic sci-fi! -Kelly Srubas

Publishing Date: 6/22/21

Author: Joan He

Narrator: Nancy Wu

The Uncensored Picture of Dorian Gray

Note: This version of The Picture of Dorian Gray most closely reflects what Wilde initially intended, before his editors altered sections deemed immoral or offensive. Tantor’s production marks the first time this version of the classic text will be heard in audio. Narrated by two-time Audie Award winner Edoardo Ballerini, of The Sopranos, 24, and Boardwalk Empire fame. -Aaron Piccirillo

Publishing Date: 6/22/21

Written by: Oscar Wilde

Read by: Edoardo Ballerini

Beat Breast Cancer Like A Boss

Edie Falco, Sheryl Crow, Athena Jones, Heidi Heitkamp, and an inspiring array of other breast cancer survivors and “previvors” lend their voices to this collection of powerful stories.

Note: Award-winning journalist, Ali, brings together amazing stories by strong women about their experiences with a cancer diagnosis. Stories from Sheryl Crow, Athena Jones, Jadyn Smith and many more, talk about their diagnoses, how they told loved ones, treatment options and their work/life/cancer balance. These stories are personal to Ali; when she test positive for the BRCA1 genetic mutation at age twenty and decided to undergo a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy before even graduating college. Ali does a beautiful job compiling and editing others stories while also including her own story, you don’t want to miss Beat Breast Cancer Like A Boss. -Jordan Spellman

Publishing Date: 6/22/2021

Written by: Ali Rogin

Read by: Raechel Wong

 

Wild Souls:  Freedom and Flourishing in the Non-Human World

From an acclaimed environmental writer, a groundbreaking and provocative new vision for our relationships with—and responsibilities toward—the planet’s wild animals.

Note:  From the author of Rambunctious Garden comes a new book that looks at how humans and non-humans can co-exist in a world whose wilds are rapidly disappearing.  Tackling tough philosophical and scientific questions, this book will be sure to get you thinking about our place in this world and our responsibilities to its other inhabitants. -Dan Totten

Publishing Date:  6/29/2021

Written by:  Emma Marris

Read by:  Amy Landon

Picks of the Week-June 14

Summer is right around the corner! It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

Untangling a Red, White, and Black Heritage

Examining the legacy of racial mixing in Indian Territory through the land and lives of two families, one of Cherokee Freedman descent and one of Muscogee Creek heritage, Darnella Davis’s memoir writes a new chapter in the history of racial mixing on the frontier.

Note: Using personal family history and scholarly research, Darnella Davis opens wide the discussion of racial mixing in Indian Territory and the effects this rarely discussed heritage has on identity and national history.  -Kim Budnick

Publishing Date: 6/15/2021

Written by: Darnella Davis

Read by: Janina Edwards

Horrid

From the author of You Must Not Miss comes a haunting contemporary horror novel that explores themes of mental illness, rage, and grief, twisted with spine-chilling elements of Stephen King and Agatha Christie.

Note: A haunting contemporary horror for fans of Stephen King and Agatha Christie, Leno confronts mental illness head on. Returning to your childhood home and readjusting to school life after your father’s death isn’t easy, it’s even harder when your mother is keeping an insidious secret locked within storage room that isn’t so empty as you’d once thought. Come take a look inside—I dare you. -Ashley Fortier

Publishing Date: 6/15/21

Written by: Katrina Leno

Read by: Heather Costa

Loving Deep (Steele Ridge Book 3)

Tracey Devlyn presents Book 4 in the Steele Ridge series. Contains mature themes.

Note: Romance? Check. Drama? Check. Keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat? Check! Loving Deep is such a great mix of family dynamics and tension filled romance that you’ll keep flipping the pages until the end. In the third installment of Steele Ridge, Britt & Miranda find themselves in a fight over Miranda’s family land. This steamy enemies to lovers is one you don’t want to miss! -Kelly Srubas

Publishing Date: 6/15/21

Written by: Tracey Devlyn

Read by: Tor Thom

Ellis Island: A People’s History

A dramatic, multi-vocal account of the personal agonies and ecstasies that played out within the walls of Ellis Island, as told by Poland’s greatest living journalist. This is the people’s history of Ellis Island—the people who passed through it, and the people who were turned away from it.

Note: We have all heard the stories and seen the photos of the huddled masses arriving at Ellis Island, but how many of us have heard the firsthand accounts of their experiences? Step back in time and listen to newly unearthed commentaries from those who passed through and worked at Ellis Island. Once thought lost to history, these diverse testimonies inspire the imagination and bring us closer to one of the United States’ most enigmatic and fabled locations. -Sonia Brand-Fisher

Publishing Date: 6/15/2021

Written by: Małgorzata Szejnert, translated by Sean Gasper Bye 

Read by: Carlotta Brentan

Picks of the Week- June 7

Summer is right around the corner! It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago

In Heat Wave, Eric Klinenberg takes us inside the anatomy of the metropolis to conduct what he calls a “social autopsy,” examining the social, political, and institutional organs of the city that made this urban disaster so much worse than it ought to have been.

Note: Eric Klinenberg’s Heat Wave examines the historical Chicago heat wave that burned with temperatures above 100 degrees for a week in July of 1995. The heat wave buckled city streets, collapsed the city’s power grid leaving many without power for two days and left 700 residents dead, most of them elderly people, who died isolated and alone.  Using the heat wave as a paradigm Klinenberg exposes the culpability of a strained and aging city infrastructure and growing climate change concerns which continue to threaten America’s cities today yet are still largely ignored. More than a just a book about weather Heat Wave investigates the social structure of a city that could allow such a disaster to take place and offers a warning that status quo policies of relief over prevention will only lead to more tragedies like this. -Nicholas Pouliot

Publishing Date: 06/08/2021

Written by: Eric Klinenberg

Read by: Michael Butler Murray

Afterlife: Ghostland 2.0

Duncan Ralston presents Book 2 in the Ghostland Trilogy.

Note: Author Duncan Ralston presents Afterlife: Ghostland 2.0, book 2 of his thrilling Ghostland Trilogy series! Set six months after the events of Ghostland, protagonists Lilian Roth and Ben Laramie band together yet again to protect the public from a hostile army of ghouls. This is absolutely a series for any horror fans looking for adventure and terror to keep an eye on! -Desiree Lynch

Publishing Date: 6/8/2021

Written by: Duncan Ralston

Read by: Joe Hempel

Raven’s Castle

Andrey Vasilyev presents Book 1 in the Raven Disciples series.

Note: For fans of Luke Chmilenko and Kirill Klevanski, this exciting new book by Andrey Vasilyev will take you on a fantastical voyage filled with magic and intrigue.- Kristen Hummel

Publishing Date: 6/15/2021

Written by: Andrey Vasilyev

Read by: James Fouhey

The Slaughtered Lamb Bookstore and Bar

Seana Kelly presents Book 1 in the Sam Quinn series. Contains mature themes.

Note: The Slaughtered Lamb Bookstore and Bar will drag you in and make you not want to stop listening! You will quickly become invested in Sam and her mysterious past. This story has every supernatural creature you could want make an appearance. Seana Kelly does an amazing job building this supernatural world. This is a must listen for any supernatural romance fan! -Jannah McCowan

Publishing Date: 6/15/21

Written by: Seana Kelly

Read by: Samantha Desz

Picks of the Week-June 1

Summer is right around the corner! It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

Valkyrie: The Women of the Viking World

Drawing on the latest historical and archaeological evidence, Valkyrie introduces listeners to the dramatic and fascinating texts recorded in medieval Iceland, a culture able to imagine women in all kinds of roles carrying power, not just in this world, but pulling the strings in the other-world, too.

Note: Anyone who’s ever been intrigued by mythology will enjoy Friðriksdóttir’s exploration of the Valkyries. The author also peels away the layers of myth and legend to paint a realistic picture of what daily live would have looked like for Viking women, from birth until death. –Lindsey Wood

Publishing Date: 6/1/21

Written by: Jóhanna Katrín Friðriksdóttir

Read by: Ann Richardson

Son of a Milkman: My Crazy Life with Tesla

Tesla’s Brian Wheat lifts the lid on living the rock ‘n’ roll life while struggling with anxiety, depression, and other issues seldom discussed by musicians.

Note: A deeply fascinating memoir from the bassist and co-founder of the rock band Tesla, Brian Wheat takes listeners through the ups and downs of the rock and roll lifestyle, and reveals the hidden mental health struggles he faced while playing in front of thousands and collaborating with some of the biggest names in the music industry. -Scott Smith

Publishing Date: 6/1/2021

Written by: Brian Wheat, with Chris Epting

Read by: Brian Wheat

A Place to Bury Strangers

Mark Dawson presents Book 2 in the Atticus Priest series.

Note: Atticus Priest, my new favorite anti-hero, returns to lend his skills to the local police while also taking on his own case as a private investigator, but maybe the cases aren’t as separate as they first appear.  Perfect for fans of Lee Child and David Baldacci. -Jenn Eschrich

Publishing Date: 6/1/21

Written by: Mark Dawson

Read by: Simon Vance

Lunar Bound

Emerson Knight and McKenzie Hunter present Book 4 in the Sky Brooks World: Ethan series.

Note: Time to get a second dose of Lunar Marked, but this time from Ethan’s perspective. With additional content, this story will give fans of the Sky Brooks series even more to love.- Kara Stebbins

Publishing Date: 6/8/2021

Written by: McKenzie Hunter & Emerson Knight

Read by: James Patrick Cronin

Picks of the Week-May 17

Well hello there, Spring! The temps are getting warmer and the birds are chirping. It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

Savage Dominion

Luke Chmilenko presents Book 1 in the Savage Dominion series.

Note: From celebrated GameLit Author Luke Chmilenko comes a new collaboration with G.D. Penman – welcome to the wild world of Amaranth – Greg Souza

Publishing Date: 5/25/2021

Written by: G.D. Penman,Luke Chmilenko

Read by : Luke Daniels

The Tolls of Uncertainty: How Privilege and the Guilt Gap Shape Unemployment in America

An indispensable investigation into the American unemployment system and the ways gender and class affect the lives of those looking for work.

Note:  A leading sociology and labor experts shows how class, race, and gender affect people’s experience of unemployment and reveals the ways men’s and women’s reactions to job loss have changed in recent decades.  This book presents an extremely eye-opening account on the differences on how job loss can affect scores of people.  A very timely subject in these uncertain times. -Scott Smith

Publishing Date: 5/25/2021

Written by:  Sarah Damaske

Read by:  Teri Schnaubelt

Conquistadors of the Useless: From the Alps to Annapurna

The story of Lionel Terray’s ground-breaking climbs told with insight and wit.

Note: Available now for the first time in audio, the English translation of the Mountaineering Classic Conquistadors of the Useless. This is the firsthand account of the life of Lionel Terray and his astonishing summits of mountains in the Andes, the Himalayas, the Alaskan Rockies and the first ascent to the peak of Annapurna, in a time when those who chose to climb became national heroes. Lyrical and insightful Conquistadors of the Useless is perfect for fans of Jon Krakauer, David Roberts, and Maurice Herzog. -Nick Pouliot

Publishing Date: 5/25/2021

Written by: Lionel Terray

Read by: Nigel Patterson

What Abigail Did That Summer

Ben Aaronovitch presents another exciting novella in the Rivers of London series.

Note: While police constable and apprentice wizard Peter Grant is away solving mysteries in the countryside, his teenaged cousin, Abigail Kamara finds her own mystery in Hampstead Heath. Teens in the area have gone missing and when they return they have no answers about their whereabouts. Filled with magic, adventure, and talking foxes, What Abigail Did That Summer is another fantastic and fun novella in The Rivers of London Series that you won’t want to miss!-Kim Budnick

Publishing Date: 05/25/2021

Written by: Ben Aaronovitch

Read by: Shvorne Marks & Kobna Holdbrook-Smith 

Picks of the Week-April 19

Well hello there, Spring! The temps are getting warmer and the birds are chirping. It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

The Noose of a New Moon

The author of the Midnight Smoke series presents a standalone novel.

Note: Fans of Harper’s titles will love this branch-off of the Firebrand series. With intrigue powered by werewolves, a secret society, and murders by an illegally turned shifter, The Noose of the New Moon captivates from beginning to end. -Kara Boucher

Publishing Date: 4/27/2021

Written by: Helen Harper

Read by: Shaun Grindell

Three Half Goats Gruff & Dragons Don’t Eat Meat

Kim McDougall presents the prequel and Book 1 in the Valkyrie Bestiary series.

Note: Exciting new paranormal series from author Kim McDougall filled with suspense, adventure, and magical creatures (includes bonus prequel)! -Kristen Hummel

Publishing Date: 4/27/2021

Written by: Kim McDougall

Read by: Hollie Jackson

Going to Trinidad: A Doctor, a Colorado Town, and Stories from an Unlikely Gender Crossroads

Going to Trinidad focuses on the pre- and post-surgery lives of two transgender patients who experienced very different outcomes. Through them, the author takes listeners deep into the often-mystifying world of gender, genitalia, and sexuality, and chronicles a fascinating segment of the human species that’s often misunderstood by those for whom gender remains a binary male-or-female equation.

Note: “A fascinating look at the little Colorado mining town that for decades was secretly know as the ‘sex-change capital of the world’.  This book is full of remarkable stories of both hope and disappointment and chronicles a fascinating segment of the human species that’s often misunderstood by those for whom gender remains a mostly binary male-or-female equation.” -Scott Smith

Publishing Date: 4/27/2021

Written by: Martin J. Smith

Read by: Natasha Soudek

The Right Player

From bestselling author Kandi Steiner comes a sexy, hilarious, opposites-attract sports romance set in the lively city of Chicago. Contains mature themes.

Note: Kandi is back again with another hilarious, opposites-attract contemporary sports romance. Meet Belle and Makoa, they both have a three date rule but to each of them it means something entirely different. Belle is wild, free and only looking to have a little fun in life; Makoa is a football player and a true gentleman and wants inside Belle’s heart before in her bed. Did these two meet their match and each find the right player? For fans of, Melanie Harlow and LJ Shen, you don’t want to miss The Right Player. -Jordan Spellman

Publishing Date: 4/27/2021

Written by: Kandi Steiner

Read by: Leon Nixon and Mia Madison

Picks of the Week-April 12

Well hello there, Spring! The temps are getting warmer and the birds are chirping. It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

Terminal Boredom

The first English language publication of the work of Izumi Suzuki, a legend of Japanese science fiction and a countercultural icon.

Note: A highly anticipated collection from Izumi Suzuki, a Japanese icon and science fiction legend. Suzuki explored gender issues and the dangers of attachment to technology decades ago, and her themes would be echoed in future works from Neuromancer and The Handmaid’s Tale to Black Mirror and Ex Machina. Perfect for fans of Haruki Murakami, George Saunders, and Philip K. Dick. This collection marks her English-language debut. -Aaron Piccirillo

Publishing Date: 4/20/21

Written by: Izumi Suzuki

Read by: Cindy Kay

Why Knowledge Matters: Rescuing Our Children from Failed Educational Theories

In Why Knowledge Matters, influential scholar E. D. Hirsch, Jr., addresses critical issues in contemporary education reform and shows how cherished truisms about education and child development have led to unintended and negative consequences.

Note: Why Knowledge Matters challenges traditional (and outdated) school curriculum and its negative impact on young learners. E.D. Hirsch, Jr. asserts that underdeveloped curriculums that do not keep students of disadvantaged backgrounds in mind are not supporting their full potential. This title is crucial for passioned educators looking to adopt teaching practices that are accessible to students of all backgrounds and learning differences. -Desiree Lynch

Publishing Date: 4/27/2021

Written by: E.D. Hirsch, Jr.

Read by: BJ Harrison

A Tale of Stars and Shadow

Lisa Cassidy presents Book 1 in the Tale of Stars and Shadow series.

Note: For the reader seeking a new fantasy series to sink into – look no further! Lisa Cassidy has created a world of intrigue with daring fights, redemption and magic that will be sure to entertain.-Lindsey Wood

Publishing Date: 04/27/21

Written by: Lisa Cassidy

Read by: Danielle Cohen

Picks of the Week-March 22

Well hello there, Spring! The temps are getting warmer and the birds are chirping. It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find while you go exploring or do your spring cleaning. 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.

Agatha H. and the Siege of Mechanicsburg

Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio present Book 4 in the Girl Genius series.

Note: In book 4 of the beloved Girl Genius series, we continue to follow Agatha’s journey in an action-packed adventure! -Kristen Hummel

Written by: Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio

Read by: Angela Dawe

Publishing Date: 3/30/2021

Bones of the Past

Drew Hayes presents Book 2 in the Villains’ Code series.

Note:  Come along with narrator Amy Landon for another exciting trip into Drew Hayes’ Villains’ Code series.  In the second book the stakes get raised, as does the drama, excitement, and tension.  Like a movie on the page, this world of super heroes and villains is sure to keep your earbuds locked in! -Dan Totten

Written by:  Drew Hayes

Read by:  Amy Landon

Publishing Date:  3/30/2021

Crown of One Hundred Kings

Rachel Higginson presents Book 1 in the Nine Kingdoms Trilogy.

Note: Tessana, once a lost princess, now on a quest to go back home to take back what’s rightfully her place as Queen of the Nine Kingdoms. Tealon, a prince who was once in love with a princess and risked everything to save her, finds her again years later. Will Tealon do anything to protect Tess again or will his main focus be for his own kingdom? You don’t want to miss this new epic fantasy by Rachel Higginson! -Jordan Spellman

Written by: Rachel Higginson

Read by: Devon Sorvari

Publishing Date: 3/30/21

Picks of the Week-March 8

Spring is just around the corner and we are so excited for the warmer temps! It’s the perfect time to start listening to a fresh new find. 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.

The Haunting

A dark family secret prompts a ghost to wreak havoc in this spooky novel in the spirit of Mary Downing Hahn.

Note: In this spooky middle-grade story, a 12-year-old orphan gets adopted and swept off to a haunted manor in London. Emily becomes fast friends with Kat, unaware she is a ghost! Join Emily as she uncovers the mysteries surrounding Kat, her new family, and the weird incidents that keep almost killing her! -Jannah McCowan

Publishing Date: 3/2/21

Written by: Lindsey Duga

Read by: Piper Goodeve

Roxanne

Peter Grainger presents Book 3 in the Kings Lake Investigation series.

Note: Peter Grainger is an author all murder mystery and police procedural readers should know. While a work of fiction, the realistic storyline of ROXANNE will thrill Grainger fans new and old. -Kara Boucher

Publishing Date: 3/2/2021

Written by: Peter Grainger

Read by: Gildart Jackson

Where Dogs Go To LIVE!

This book focuses on the stories of the senior dogs that have been taken in by Michele and Jeff through Monkey’s House, a dog hospice and sanctuary. Share in their journeys, laugh at their crazy antics, and shed a few tears while witnessing miracles of transformation.

Note: We’ve all heard the stories of sick and/or senior dogs abandoned or surrendered to shelters by their owners. To animal lovers, it’s a story that forms a knot in the stomach as we think about our own beloved pets, but Jeff and Michelle Allen chose to do something about it. In the last 5 years, they have opened up their home and hearts to over 100 dogs with terminal diagnoses or hard-to-adopt disabilities, and, in WHERE DOGS GO TO LIVE!, Jeff shares the stories of 37 of these dogs – not just the stories of where they came from, but how they thrived when given a second chance. The dogs who cross paths with Jeff, Michele, and their team are shown true love and then guided over the rainbow bridge as a member of a real family. Before you press play, make sure to have tissues handy – you’re sure to shed happy and sad tears listening to this inspiring story. -Jenn Eschrich

Publishing Date: 3/9/21

Written by: Jeff Allen with Michele Allen, Foreword by Larissa Wohl

Read by: Barry Abrams

Attack of the Not-So-Virtual Monsters

Kim Harrington presents Book 1 in the Gamer Squad series.

Note: “Equal parts action and adventure, your child won’t want to stop listening with a thrilling narration from Amy Melissa Bentley. Catching virtual monsters is Bex’s favorite hobby, but when those monsters find their way into the real world, she’ll have to enlist the help of her best friend Charlie before they become monster lunch.” -Ashley Fortier

Publishing Date: 3/16/2021

Written by: Kim Harrington

Read by: Amy Melissa Bentley

Picks of the Week-Dec 7

The holiday season is here! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. We understand that at times it could be a challenge narrowing down your next listen, but don’t worry. Our acquirers have selected some of their top picks for you.

CivCEO

Andrew Karevik presents Book 1 in the Accidental Champion series.

Note: Fan of Civilization games?  GameLit meets Sid Meier in CivCEO, the first book in a new series by genre veteran Andrew Karevik.-Greg Souza

Publishing Date: 12/17/2020

Written by: Andrew Karevik

Read by: Neil Hellegers

Health Disparities in the United States: Social Class, Race, Ethnicity, and the Social Determinants of Health: Third Edition

In this revised edition of Health Disparities in the United States, Donald A. Barr provides extensive new data about the ways low socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity interact to create and perpetuate health disparities.

Note: The coronavirus pandemic has starkly revealed the health disparities within the American healthcare system. Physician and sociologist, Donald A. Barr, uses new data to analyze how socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, and geography continue to affect how patients are evaluated, treated, and cared for. This timely third edition of HEALTH DISPARITIES IN THE UNITED STATES serves to illuminate the significance of these factors and advocate for more equitable policy reform. -Sonia Brand-Fisher

Publishing Date: 12/15/2020

Written by: Donald A. Barr

Read by: Jonathan Yen

Macho Time

Macho Time is the first biography of Hector Camacho Sr., who lived a life as fast as his fists flew in the ring.

Note: In this biography of famous boxer Hector Camacho Sr., we learn of the epic rise and tragic end to one of the greatest fighters of all time. -Kristen Hummel

Publishing Date: 12/15/2020

Written by: Christian Giudice

Read by: Timothy Andrés Pabon      

The Darke Toad

Angie Sage presents Book 1.5 in the Septimus Heap series.

Note: Fans who can’t get enough of the Septimus Heap series are in for a welcome surprise. Follow Marcia Overstand and Septimus Heap to Port Witch Coven on Hallowseeth for a night of Darke mischief. -Ashley Fortier

Publishing Date: 12/17/20

Written by: Angie Sage

Read by: Gerard Doyle