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Good omens [sound recording] by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

According to The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies, written in 1655, before she exploded), the world will end on a Saturday. .


A walk in the woods [sound recording]: [rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail] by Bill Bryson

 Bill Bryson is surely the most entertaing guide you'll find to the Appalachian Trail. He introduces us to the history and ecology of the trail and to some of the other hardy (or just foolhardy) folks he meets along the way-and a couple of bears. Already a classic, "A Walk in the Woods " will make you long for the great outdoors (or at least a comfortable chair to sit and read in).


Confessions of a shopaholic [sound recording] by Sophie Kinsella

Becky Bloomwood is bored to death writing for Successful Saving. So, with a handsome credit line from her bank, she liberates herself the best way she knows how-- by shopping! Think of it as an investment, she tells herself. But, soon she is buried in bank notices and cursed VISA bills

Suspenseful Summer Listens

Here are 9 thrillers for the hot months ahead.

A Suspenseful Summer Listen!

Here are 9 thrillers for the hot months ahead.

Year 2012 Top Audiobook Picks

Fiction

Broken Harbor by Tana French

Carry the one by Carol Anshaw

The dry grass of August by Anna Jean Mayhew

The forgotten waltz by Anne Enright

The Gilly salt sisters by Tiffany Baker

Gone girl by Gillian Flynn

A grown-up kind of pretty by Joshilyn Jackson

A Killing in the Hills by Julia Keller

The night circus by Erin Morgenstern

Be Healthy Audiobooks

Emotional Well-Being Audiobooks

Good Summer Listens

Good summer listens engage you with love, romance, suspense or intrigue. A good fiction getaway is right here waiting for you to explore.

Be Green for Audiobook Month!

June is Audiobook Month! Join our "green" friends to celebrate this occasion. Choose a format that suits you — books on CD, MP3-CD, Playaway, downloadable, or cassette. Rest your eyes and let your ears do the reading!

The 2010 Audie Nominations are in!

The Audio Publishers Association (APA) announced the finalists in the 2010 Audies competition, the only awards program devoted entirely to honoring spoken word entertainment. Who is going to win? We will have to wait until the winners are announced at the Audies Gala on May 25th, 2010, at the Museum of the City of New York. Wolf Hall, Anne Frank Remembered, True Compass, Viral Loop, and Elegance of the Hedgehog are among the nominees.

The African Experience: An Audiobook Selection

Here is where the landscape, the country, and the people all play a part in forming life-changing experiences in the real and fictional worlds of Africa!

Hear Here! The Download Bookmobile is here!

What better way to learn to download ebooks from CPL's vast digital collection! Hop on the 18-wheeler of a bookmobile to get acquainted with the latest process and gadgetry! Come today, July 29, Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You'll be in for a new experience, and also have a chance to win an iPod Nano!

Year 2007 Top Audiobook Picks

The Book of the Dead

by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child (CD and Playaway)

FBI Agent Pendergast is in a high security prison for a murder he did not commit while his psychotic brother is about to perpetrate a horrific crime. When the Tomb of Senef is unsealed in preparation for its gala reopening at a celebrity-studded New York gala, the killings and whispers of an ancient curse begin again. Read by Scott Brick.

Christine Falls

by Benjamin Black (CD)

Dublin pathologist Garret Quirke follows the corpse of a mysterious woman into the heart of a conspiracy among the city's high Catholic society, among them members of his own family. Read by Timothy Dalton.

Year 2005 Top Audiobook Picks

1776 by David McCullough

(CD and Cassette)

In this stirring audiobook, McCullough tells the intensely human story of those who marched with General George Washington in the year of the Declaration of Independence when the whole American cause was riding on their success. Read by the author.

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell

(CD)

Utilizing diversified case studies, Gladwell reveals that what we think as decisions made in the blink of an eye are much more complicated than assumed. Drawing on cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology, he shows how decision-making is based on the few particular details that we focus. Read by the author.

Year 2004 Top Audiobook Picks

Amateur Marriage

(CD and Cassette)

by Anne Tyler: In the heat of World War II, young Michael and Pauline hastily get married. Pauline, impulsive and impractical, tumbles hit-or-miss through life, while Michael, cautious and judgmental, proceeds deliberately. In time their foolish quarrels take their toll. Read by Blair Brown.

The Birth of Venus

(CD)

by Sarah Dunat: In the late Renaissance Florence, young Alessandra, an unusually educated woman, must choose her own path: a marriage of convenience to her brother's homosexual lover, or a dangerous love affair with the house painter. Read by Kathe Mazur.

Year 2003 Top Audiobook Picks

Bleachers

(CD and Cassette)

by John Grisham: Neely Crenshaw whose NFL prospects ended abruptly returns home for the first time in years to join a nightly vigil for his former coach Rake. Neely struggles to reconcile his conflicted feelings towards Rake, and to rekindle love in his ex-girlfriend. Fiction.

Blessings

(CD and Cassette)

by Anna Quindlen: A baby left at Blessings, a vast estate owned by an ancient matriarch named Lydia Blessing is discovered by Skip Cuddy, the handyman who happens to be an ex-con. He cares secretly for the baby for four months, in the process forming a bond with Mrs. Blessing. Fiction.

Year 2002 Top Audiobook Picks

Bel Canto

(CD)

by Ann Patchett: Somewhere in South America at the home of the country's vice-president, a lavish party is being held in honor of Mr. Hosokawa, a powerful Japanese businessman. A band of terrorists breaks in during the performance of Roxanne, opera's most revered soprano. What begins as a life-threatening scenario slowly evolves into something quite different. Fiction.