AudioShelf A Podcast for AudioBookWorms

Episodes

Episode Eleven

The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

Narrations by Scott Brick / Brian Cox

Dec 05, 2016

Travel through time with us as we discuss the science fiction classic The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. An interesting journey that paved the way for future generations to make books, movies, and even TV shows about time traveling. There’s some political stuff involved in this book that went way over our heads, so we mainly just talk about the imaginative world that H.G was able to create way back when he was writing this book in 1895! See Episode
Episode Ten

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Narrated by Imogen Church

Nov 28, 2016

Who else is ready to go on a murder mystery cruise? As long as the murder isn’t real, we are totally down. In this week’s episode we are chatting about The Woman in Cabin 10, a novel set on the open sea where mystery is afoot. We each had a different experience with this novel, but we both agree that Imogen Church is one of our new favorite narrators! Try not to go overboard with this thriller. See Episode
Thanksgiving Special

A Dog's Purpose / Alexander Hamilton

By W. Bruce Cameron / Ron Chernow

Nov 23, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We wanted to release something special for everyone, so we decided to listen to two books that mean a whole lot to us! In this week’s episode you’ll get to hear from Britney as she discusses A Dog’s Purpose and almost bursts into tears a few different times talking about how thankful she is for four legged friends. Then Brad will chat about how thankful he is for art, creativity, and progress in making theater and history one in the same as he reviews Hamilton. We hope you enjoy this mid-week treat and happy thanksgiving to all, and to all a full belly ;P. See Episode
Episode Nine

Interview with Devon Sorvari

Nov 21, 2016

We have the immense pleasure of interviewing one of our top audiobook narrators, the lovable and charming Devon Sorvari! She's blown us away with her performance in Danielle Paige's Dorothy Must Die series, including Dorothy Must Die (which we reviewed back in our second episode), The Wicked Will Rise, and Yellow Brick War. You can also hear in The Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore, A Perfect Union of Contrary Things by Maynard James Keenan and Sarah Jensen, Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini, Aret by Kelly Wolf, and so many more! This episode gives us an inside look for how audiboooks actually come together from getting cast for a role through how much work it takes to record. Devon shares some of her influence for her roles, her most enjoyable voices, and even what kind of audiobooks she can be found listening to. So whether you're a fan of Devon or just want to find out more for one of our favorite hobbies, today's episode is a must listen! Find more links and love at http://audioshelf.me See Episode
Episode Eight

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Narrated by Jesse Bernstein

Nov 14, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children - This week, Brad takes you on a peculiar journey to a mysterious island full of creepy photographs, hidden truths, and a group of kids with unique abilities. As we dissect this audiobook, prepare yourself to laugh out loud as we uncover the secrets of Miss Peregrine’s home for peculiar (and downright weird) children. See Episode