AudioShelf A Podcast for AudioBookWorms

Episodes

Episode Twenty-Seven

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

by The Brothers Grimm
Narrated by Sharon Stone
Whistle while you work? How about listen to this podcast while you work. Today, Britney and Brad discuss the classic story, Snow White and Seven Dwarves. This updated Audiobook features the incredible Sharon Stone, as she guides us through this story full of friendly animals, care-taking dwarves, and an envious queen who promises to take down the fairest in the land. Will this revamped audiobook do the classic justice? Or will AudioShelf Shove this poisoned apple off a cliff? Listen and find out!

March 15, 2017

Episode Twenty-Six

Alice in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll
Narrated by B.J. Harrison
Follow us down the rabbit hole with this incredibly wacky, oddball story of a curious girl adventuring around Wonderland. With it’s parallels to reality that make you question your entire existence, Brad and Britney chat about the astounding world presented in Lewis Carroll’s timeless story. A world that includes a mischievous cat, an absurd tea party, and a callous queen, make sure to take some TIME to discover if we Shelf this classic tale or if it’s "off with it’s head!"

March 14, 2017

Episode Twenty-Five

The Little Mermaid

by Hans Christian Andersen
Narrated by Andrea Emmes
Gadgets and gizmos, whooz-its and whatz-its, thingamabobs? Guess again! With this classic tail (get it? :P) we follow the littlest mermaid on her quest for an immortal soul. Through love, loss, and a few awful haircuts, Brad and Britney discuss their ideas of what it means to fall in love with a prince who thinks you’re dumb. Will our thoughts on The Little Mermaid be forever altered? Will we enjoy the original tale? Find out if this story will make it onto our shelf or back under the sea.

March 13, 2017

Episode Twenty-Four

Three Dark Crowns

by Kendare Blake
Narrated by Amy Landon
Mirabella is able to spark hungry flames at the snap of her fingers. Katharine can ingest the deadliest poisons without so much as a stomach-ache. Finally, Arsinoe has the ability to control the fiercest of beasts. The night the sisters turn sixteen, the battle begins. The last queen standing gets the crown. Join Brad and Britney as they discuss their thoughts and feelings on the first installment of the brand new, enchanting series, Three Dark Crowns, by Kendare Blake (narrated by Amy Landon). Will they Shelf it or Shove it? You'll have to listen to find out!

March 07, 2017

Episode Twenty-Three

Red Queen

by Victoria Aveyard
Narrated By Amanda Dolan
When it comes to strong, independent, and determined women who kick butt in young adult fiction, Britney and Brad are front and center. Join them as they discuss an audiobook that helps tell the story of Mare Barrow, a 17 year old protagonist who fights to take down a regime set out to destroy those that have unique abilities that stem from having both silver and red blood. With character-driven stories and addictive and suspenseful plot-twists, AudioShelf will decide if Red Queen will be one to Shelf or Shove.

February 27, 2017

Episode Twenty-Two

The Sister

by Louise Jensen
Narrated by Natalie Blass
In this episode, Britney and Brad discuss the twisty-goodness that is The Sister: A Psychological Thriller With a Brilliant Twist You Won't See Coming. With a story that includes crazy stalkers, vulnerable infidels, disturbed mothers, and a determined female lead, The Sister will have you on the edge of your seat. Will they Shelf it, or Shove it? Find out on AudioShelf: A Phenomenal Podcast With Brilliant Hosts You Won't See Coming.

February 20, 2017

Bonus Episode

Big Little Lies TV Advanced Screening

Starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley
What do you do when you get invited by Entertainment Weekly to an advanced screening for a soon-to-be popular television show? You go!!! Join Britney and Brad as they discuss the show and how it compares to the book it's based on. Enjoy as they reminisce about the memorable event that will make you laugh until the premiere of HBO's Big Little Lies on Sunday, February 19, 2017. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley. Tune into Episode 7: Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty http://audioshelf.me/episodes/big-little-lies-liane-moriarty

February 19, 2017

Bonus Episode

The Window Man

by Louise Millar
Narrated by Clare Corbett
Killer Women Anthology #1 - Here at AudioShelf we enjoy a creepy short story every once in awhile. Since it’s still Valentine’s week, we thought what better story to share than an uncomfortable tale of love. In The Window Man we follow Sarah as she house sits for a work friend. During her stay in the house, a window is broken causing Sarah to become the tiniest bit raddled and to call upon the window man for a repair. That’s about all the information we can give since this audiobook was 25 minutes and contains a subtle, yet shocking twist in the last minute. Enjoy our review of a story that we believe to be a creepy love letter that leaves a lasting chill.

February 16, 2017

Episode Twenty-One

The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland

by Rebekah Crane
Narrated by Caitlin Kelly
In this episode, Britney and Brad review the audiobook for The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland by Rebekah Crane. This story takes place at a summer camp for teens who self-diagnose themselves with pretty heavy mental health disorders. As we travel through the world of teenage angst, Britney and Brad discuss their differing viewpoints and feelings about the audiobook that generates a powerful discussion about society's stigma of teen mental health. Join them as they decide if they want to shelf or shove the lost souls of Camp Padua.

February 13, 2017

Episode Twenty

The Paper Magician

by Charlie N. Holmberg
Narrated by Amy McFadden
A still beating heart, magical creations, and potentially getting the worst paper cut of your life! The Paper Magician has it all! In this harrowing tale, we follow a young girl named Ceony on a quest to save her paper folding mentor, Emory Thane. With magical qualities that remind us a little of Harry Potter, and teen angst that is reminiscent of The Mortal Instruments, we the listener are taken through a world that is fantastical and a little mind boggling at times. This is book one in a series that promises to be a true adventure!

February 06, 2017