2013 Best Audiobook Downloads from Bloomfield Township Public Library
Download these winners and nominees for best audiobooks and best voices of 2013. Click on any cover to borrow at MetroNet, our download collection. Get audiobooks instantly on your phone or tablet with the OverDrive Media Console app!
When The Flip Wilson Show debuted in 1970, black faces were still rare on television, black hosts nonexistent. So how did Clerow "Flip" Wilson go from Jersey City grade-school dropout to national celebrity, heralded on the cover of Time as "TV's first black superstar"?
Named co-winner of AudioFile Magazine's Audiobook of the Year award. A cautionary tale of the consequences of our addiction to social media.
Eerie, arresting, chilling, inventive . . . all are apt descriptions of Karen Russell's collection of engaging short stories.
Tom Perrotta’s first true collection, features ten stories—some sharp and funny, some sarcastic and surprising, and a few intense and disturbing. WMA audiobook.
In 2003, 85 years after the armistice, it took Richard Rubin months to find just one living American veteran of World War I. But then, he found another. And another. Eventually he managed to find dozens, aged 101 to 113, and interview them. All are gone now.
What's an FBI agent to do after she's caught the world's most wanted--and irresistibly charming--con man? Partner up with him. . . .
Chief Inspector Gamache tracks down a missing woman in Quebec. WMA audiobook.
Audio--Joe Hill, the acclaimed, award-winning author of the New York Times bestsellers Heart-Shaped Box and Horns, plunges you into the dark side of imagination with a thrilling novel of supernatural suspense that will have you flinching at shadows and checking the rear view mirror again and again. . . .
A thrilling novel of supernatural suspense from the son of Stephen King!
J.K.Rowling writes an atmospheric mystery under the name Robert Galbraith. Nominated as best mystery audiobook this year.
Advice for women from the iconic Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook.
The pivotal summer of 1776 is described from two sides by historian Joseph J. Ellis. WMA Audiobook.
This autobiography of the first female Hispanic Supreme Court judge is read by Rita Moreno. A best biography nominee.
Jenna Lamia is nominated as best voice of the year for this performance as Zelda Fitzgerald. WMA audiobook.