Audiobooks are a great way to get acquainted with new authors and stories that you might not normally have time for. Plugin and listen while you’re at the gym or on your way to work and add a few new audiobooks to your playlist library.
Dreams And Wings, by Scott Howard
A four-part science fiction audio book that is written by Scott Howard, Dreams and Wings is narrated well and features background music and sound effects to help bring the story to life. Howard’s tale takes listeners on a post-apocalyptic adventure featuring the characters of Searcher and Stallion. The two are on a galactic quest to discover Searcher’s mysterious origins that may lead to humanity’s salvation or its destruction.
Paraffin Winter, by Peter Chowney
Set in the United Kingdom during the winter of 1963, Paraffin Winter is a fictional story chronicles Ronnie and Jenny Delaney, a husband and wife who do what they can to get by. One day when Ronnie is delivering paraffin to paying customers he discovers an eyeball in the paraffin. Complications ensue as he attempts to unravel its mysterious appearance.
The Best Laid Plans, by Terry Fallis
Listen to 19 chapters of this satirical audiobook that pokes fun at Canadian politics through an unlikely alliance between a curmudgeonly engineering professor and a weary political staffer. Although The Best Laid Plans’ backdrop showcases a conservative Canadian government it develops rich characters and relatable issues for listeners.
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