This bonus episode is a follow-on to episode 17 featuring additional discussion, with spoilers, to our discussion of Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets to the Universe written by Benjamin Alire Sáenz and narrated by Lin-Manuel Miranda. This episode features special guest Shachi Bhatt.
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets to the Universe is a lyrical coming of age story written by Benjamin Alire Sáenz and narrated by Lin-Manuel Miranda. This episode features special guest Shachi Bhatt. Our Discussion is spoiler-free.
A discussion of audiobooks for kids including listening tips and spoiler-free book recommendations. We also discuss podcast updates.
- Libby - Library ebooks and audiobooks
- Hoopla - Instant streaming library audiobooks (and more)
- A to Z Mysteries
- Clementine series
- Disney*Pixar Storybook Collection
- Curious George Rides a Bike
- Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
- Wild Robot
- Judy Moody
- Harry Potter
- The Tale of Despereaux
- The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
The Broken Earth is an award winning fantasy series written by N.K. Jemisin and narrated by Robin Miles. The trilogy begins with the Fifth Season. We also discuss recent awards including the Audie Awards, Audible Narrator Hall of Fame, and the Nebula Award nominees for Best Novel. Our discussions are spoiler-free.
Scythe is a science fiction novel written by Neal Shusterman, narrated by Greg Tremblay, and published by Audible Studios. The novel is the first book in the Arc of the Scythe trilogy, along with Thunderhead and the forthcoming The Toll. This episode features special guest Gilbert Tang, and the first half of our discussion is spoiler-free.
This episode was recorded a week after we saw the movie adaptation of Ready Player One, originally covered in episode 7. The discussion includes spoilers for the movie and the audiobook.
Bored and Brilliant, written and narrated by Manoush Zomorodi, is about experimenting with using gadgets less often to improve your creativity and productivity. This episode features special guest Linus Edwards, host of the podcast Slow.
Lock In is a science fiction novel written by John Scalzi, with two different audiobook versions narrated by either Wil Wheaton or Amber Benson. It's published by Audible Studios. Head On, a stand-alone follow-up novel, was released on April 17, 2018, and it also features two audiobook versions with the same choice of narrators.
An intro to audiobooks, with tips on how to listen, where else to find recommendations, and a link to download a free audiobook from Audible.
The Expanse is a science fiction series written by James S. A. Corey, narrated by Jefferson Mays, and published by Recorded Books and Hachette Audio. So far seven books have been released out of a planned nine-book arc, which starts with Leviathan Wakes. In addition, Mays has narrated two out of four novellas, which are optional but also excellent. This episode features special guest Scott Ullery, and the first half of our discussion is spoiler-free.