Looking for an interesting new audiobook? Try one of these.
A Place for Us
A Place For Us thoughtfully pulls readers into the lives of a Muslim Indian family settled in California, who is trying to hold onto their Islamic traditions. Daughters, Hadia and Huda strive to please their parents whereas Amar, the son, is rebellious and challenging. The family takes us on a journey showcasing the balancing of tradition and modernity by flashing between the past beginning with their arrival in the US to the present day struggles of the family trying to repair their fractured relationships.
The Cabin at the End of the World
Wen and her two dads, Eric and Andrew, are vacationing at a remote cabin in celebration of her eighth birthday. A large stranger and his three friends show up with homemade weapons proclaiming the family has to help them save the world. Wen and her dads try to keep them at bay, but they force their way in and present an impossible choice that must be made in order to avoid the apocalypse. When the news confirms the world may indeed be ending, the situation becomes even more intense. Paul Tremblay is a previous Bram Stoker Award winner, and he's back with a tale that will not fall short of the high bar he has set.
The Great Believers
The Great Believers delves into the AIDS epidemic over a 30 year time span beginning at its height in the 80's. Yale Tishman's artistic career is taking off but as his life flourishes, those around him are suffering. When his friend Nico passes away from the disease, the funeral reconnects Yale and several friends and acquaintances all dealing with unique obstacles, sorrows, and experiences in relation to AIDS.