Audiobook narrators Ayoola Smart and Ben Seymour play it bone-dry. The characters strain to find joy in life, and so too does the listener.
Scrooge has literally let his hair down, but this strangely subdued “Christmas Carol” remains firmly stuffed in its nightcap.
The “Star Trek” actor’s memoir is carefully judged, richly detailed, often very funny, and — as one would hope — captivatingly performed.
This year’s Arrows convey the sense of a world where we’re holding hands but we can’t say whether it’s out of attraction or panic.
This audiobook does indeed convey the sensation of being jammed inside an ailing sperm whale. If only it unfolded in real time.
The forthcoming Disney+ series dedicated to Ahsoka Tano has sparked a special interest among Star Wars fans.
While the foibles of Jackie Collins’s characters remain recognizable, the world they lived in is long gone.
The author narrates her own account of years working at American Apparel during the company’s hipster heyday.
The show’s second season may yet hit its stride. As of the opening episode, “Foundation” looks nice but doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.
‘Where Are the Children Now?’ is suspenseful, sure, but it never generates nearly as much steam as the harrowing original.
Jen Beagin’s new novel follows a self-loathing character into a dishonest affair, yet it’s surprisingly charming and empathetic.
This is a movie about the creation of one of the most fundamentally inexplicable novels in all of English literature.