A new audio exclusive tells the backstory of Count Dooku, the Star Wars prequel villain who left the Jedi Order only to return to haunt it.
A new Audible collection enlists a stable of screen stars to read H.G. Wells’s five best-known science fiction novels. They’re still ripping good stories.
Distinguished as the earliest book in the current Star Wars timeline, Claudia Gray’s ‘Master & Apprentice’ is lavish exposition of Qui-Gon Jinn’s backstory.
David Hasselhoff wrote and narrates a new alternate history that inflates his role in the end of the Cold War beyond, even, the strange reality of it.
E.K. Johnston’s YA novel explores Padmé Amidala’s transition from queen to senator. Audiobook narrator Catherine Taber voiced Padmé on “Clone Wars.”
“Star Wars: Pirate’s Price” is the second book in the Flight of the Falcon series for young readers. Author Lou Anders imagines elaborate environments.
If you only know the Christmas-play scene from “Little Women,” you only know one dimension of Louisa May Alcott’s several Christmas stories.
In most productions of Tchaikovsky’s ballet, godfather Drosselmeyer gives off a creepy vibe. Gregory Maguire’s “Hiddensee” explores his backstory.
Are you a big Christmas fan? Are you ready to get a little weird? “A Classic Tales Christmas,” a 2012 audiobook exclusive, might just be for you.
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