Audiobooks Narrated by Chris Patton

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  8. The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music Audiobook The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music
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What Dies in Summer: A Novel Audiobook

What Dies in Summer: A Novel

Author: Tom Wright Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: June 2012

A riveting Southern Gothic coming-of-age debut by a major new talent: "I did what I did, and that's on me." From that tantalizing first sentence, Tom Wright sweeps listeners up in a tale of lost innocence. Jim has a touch of the Sight. It's nothing too spooky and generally useless, at least until the summer his cousin L.A. moves in with him and their grandmother. When Jim and L.A. discover the body of a girl-brutally raped and murdered-in a field, an investigation begins that will put both their lives in danger. In the spirit of The Lovely Bones and The Little Friend, What Dies in Summer is a novel that casts its spell on the very first page and leaves an indelible mark. "A beautifully written and deeply engaging study of loss and innocence, suffused with chilling dread. A haunting novel, a captivating debut; I loved it."-S. J. Watson, New York Times bestselling author

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The Tragic Age: A Novel Audiobook

The Tragic Age: A Novel

Author: Stephen Metcalfe Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: March 2015

The Tragic Age is a brilliant, debut coming-of-age novel about a misanthropic young man learning to love, trust, and truly be alive in an absurd world. This is the story of Billy Kinsey, heir to a lottery fortune, part genius, part philosopher and social critic, full-time insomniac, and closeted rock drummer. Billy has decided that the best way to deal with an absurd world is to stay away from it. Do not volunteer. Do not join in. Billy will be the first to tell you it doesn’t always work—not when your twin sister, Dorie, has died, not when your unhappy parents are at war with one another, not when frazzled soccer moms in two-ton SUVs are more dangerous than atom bombs, and not when your guidance counselor keeps asking why you haven’t applied to college.  Billy’s life changes when two people enter it. Twom Twomey is a charismatic renegade who believes that truly living means going a little outlaw. Twom and Billy become each other’s benefactor and friend. At the same time, Billy is reintroduced to Gretchen Quinn, an old and adored friend of Dorie’s. It is Gretchen who suggests to Billy that the world can be transformed by creative acts of the soul.  With Twom, Billy visits the dark side. And with Gretchen, Billy experiences possibilities. He knows that one path is leading him toward disaster and the other toward happiness. The problem is, Billy doesn’t trust happiness. It’s the age he’s at—the tragic age. “Metcalfe snares readers’ attention with rich, fantastic characters…A wonderful read that is hard to put down, The Tragic Age will continue to haunt readers long after the last page.”—VOYA

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The Runner Audiobook

The Runner

Author: W.J. Davies Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: March 2013

'As good as the source material—if not better! I loved this story and hardly breathed as I read it straight through.' —Hugh Howey, author of Wool This story is set in Hugh Howey's world of Wool. Time is running out. As the Great Flood threatens to consume the silo, Ace and a team of divers are in a desperate battle to avert disaster. When a terrible accident destroys the person he cares about most, Ace has little left to live for. After nearly succumbing to the silo's flooded depths, Ace realizes that drastic measures must be taken in order to save their underground home. But those in charge deem his ideas too dangerous, his methods too forbidden, and he is shunned for his sin of toxic words. When an opportunity for redemption presents itself, Ace has only one question: Why should he fight to save these people, if they aren't willing to help themselves? Please note: The Runner contains plot elements found in Hugh Howey's Wool Omnibus (Wool 1 - 5).

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The Real Sherlock Holmes: The Mysterious Methods and Curious History of a True Mental Specialist Audiobook

The Real Sherlock Holmes: The Mysterious Methods and Curious History of a True Mental Specialist

Author: Joe Riggs Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: July 2012

What if you could, like Sherlock Holmes, see right through people and spot deception instantly? After having been raised by professional psychic readers, Joe Riggs left all that behind to become the internationally acclaimed mentalist, psychological performer, and consultant that he is today. In this brief yet extremely powerful book, Riggs will teach you not only the hidden methods used by psychic readers everywhere but also some of the most powerful techniques in the art of mentalism. Riggs has been hailed by the press as the "Man Who Knows Too Much," as well as the "Real Sherlock Holmes." His uncanny ability to gather a wealth of information from a person in seconds is legendary. Get ready to see everyone and everything in a way you never thought possible. These skills and techniques will catapult you into the world of mind reading and mental acuity.

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The Pig Goes to Hog Heaven Audiobook

The Pig Goes to Hog Heaven

Author: Joseph Caldwell Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: February 2011

Kitty, Kieran, Lolly, and Aaron—the main characters of the previous two Pig Trilogy novels—would be expected to be living happily ever after at this point. But nothing is settled or as expected in Caldwell’s new tragicomedy (of the kind that only the Irish can compose): Disappeared characters rematerialize, romances that seemed dead burst back to ardent life, and even Taddy and Brid, Castle Kissane’s comely spirits, resolve themselves into much-longed-for conclusions. And the pig who started it all by rooting up the bones of the past and tipping many lives topsy turvey eventually goes wee wee wee all the way to a very unexpected home.

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The Pig Did It Audiobook

The Pig Did It

Author: Joseph Caldwell Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: February 2011

A pig escapes from its pen and roots up the garden of Kitty McCloud, a bestselling novelist who "corrects" the classics. What the obstreperous little pig unearths is evidence of a possible transgression that the novel's three Irish characters, the plagiarizing Kitty, her blood-feud rival Kieran, and a sexy swineherd named Lolly, are convinced the other has probably benefited from. How this hilarious mystery is resolved inspires both comic eloquence and a theatrically colorful canvas depicting the brooding Irish land and seascape.

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The Pig Comes to Dinner Audiobook

The Pig Comes to Dinner

Author: Joseph Caldwell Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: February 2011

Enjoy a "second helping" from the obstreperous creature that romped so riotously through The Pig Did It with this sequel The Pig Came to Dinner. All of the charming characters of the previous story are also present again: Kitty McCloud and her new husband/former blood enemy Kieran Sweeney have bought an ancient Irish castle with the profits from Kitty's popular revisions of classic novels like Jane Eyre. Kitty's American cousin, Aaron McCloud, has arrived to visit with his new wife, the former swineherd Lolly McKeever. With them is a troublesome and unwelcome pig, a wedding gift they are redelivering to Kitty and Kieran. But over the resulting lighthearted discord hangs a weightier problem: Kitty's new home is inhabited by a pair of ghosts from out of the castle's troubled past. How this haunting couple is dealt with serves only to embellish the allure and humor of Mr. Caldwell's uniquely theatrical storytelling.

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The Opal: Matt Turner, Book 2 Audiobook

The Opal: Matt Turner, Book 2

Author: Michael Siemsen Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: March 2014

'Matt Turner grew up witnessing firsthand the worst crimes imaginable. At age nine, he discovered his special ability to ''read'' the emotional imprints people leave on objects. Against better judgment, his police detective father used his son’s talent to help him solve crimes. Now, at 26, Matt tries to keep to himself, but an enemy he thought long gone interrupts his tropical vacation, flying him all over the globe to help track a 3,500-year-old Egyptian opal found sealed in a Cuban tree trunk. In Cuba, Matt finds not riches but even deadlier foes, and the secrets of a long-dead explorer who will forever alter Matt’s life. '

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The Making of Zombie Wars: A Novel Audiobook

The Making of Zombie Wars: A Novel

Author: Aleksandar Hemon Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: May 2015

Script idea #142: Aliens undercover as cabbies abduct the fiance of the main character, who has to find a way to a remote planet to save her. Title: Love Trek. Script idea #185: Teenager discovers his girlfriend's beloved grandfather was a guard in a Nazi death camp. The boy's grandparents are survivors, but he's tantalizingly close to achieving deflowerment, so when a Nazi hunter arrives in town in pursuit of Grandpa, he has to distract him long enough to get laid. A riotous Holocaust comedy. Title: The Righteous Love. Script idea #196: Rock star high out of his mind freaks out during a show, runs offstage, and is lost in streets crowded with his hallucinations. The teenage fan who finds him keeps the rock star for himself for the night. Mishaps and adventures follow. This one could be a musical: Singin' in the Brain. Josh Levin is an aspiring screenwriter teaching ESL classes in Chicago. His laptop is full of ideas, but the only one to really take root is Zombie Wars. When Josh comes home to discover his landlord, an unhinged army vet, rifling through his dirty laundry, he decides to move in with his girlfriend, Kimmy. It's domestic bliss for a moment, but Josh becomes entangled with a student, a Bosnian woman named Ana, whose husband is jealous and violent. Disaster ensues, and as Josh's choices move from silly to profoundly absurd, The Making of Zombie Wars takes on real consequence.

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The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor Audiobook

The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor

Author: Mark Schatzker Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: May 2015

A lively and important argument about where the key to reversing America’s health crisis lies. In The Dorito Effect, Mark Schatzker shows us how our approach to the nation's number one public health crisis has gotten it wrong. The epidemics of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes are not tied to the overabundance of fat or carbs. Instead, we have been led astray by the growing divide between flavor - the tastes we crave - and the underlying nutrition. Since the late 1940s, we have been slowly leeching flavor out of the food we grow. Simultaneously, we have taken great leaps forward in technology, allowing us to produce in the lab the very flavors that are being lost on the farm. Thanks to this largely invisible epidemic, seemingly healthy food is becoming more like junk food: highly craveable but nutritionally empty. We have unknowingly interfered with an ancient chemical language - flavor - that evolved to guide our nutrition, not destroy it.

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The Dig: Matt Turner, Book 1 Audiobook

The Dig: Matt Turner, Book 1

Author: Michael Siemsen Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: December 2013

'A mysterious woven metal artifact is found at a paleontological dig in Africa. Mystified experts, confounded by the impossible timeline they get from traditional dating methods, call upon a stubborn young man with a unique talent. Matthew Turner's gift is also his curse: When he touches any object, his awareness is flooded with the thoughts and feelings of those who touched it before him. It is a talent that many covet, some fear, and almost no one understands. Despite being exploited as a child and tormented by the unpleasant experiences imprinted on him from the various items he has ''read'', Matthew agrees to travel from New York to the forests of Kenya. There, threatened by unknown enemies and helped by a beautiful but prickly ally who begins to understand his strange ability, he journeys back in geological time to make a discovery so shocking that it forces us to rewrite all human history. '

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The Boy Who Went Away: A Novel Audiobook

The Boy Who Went Away: A Novel

Author: Eli Gottlieb Narrator: Chris Patton Release Date: September 2015

Winner of the American Academy’s Rome Prize for fiction, The Boy Who Went Away is Eli Gottlieb’s tender, harrowing coming-of-age novel. For Denny Graubert, the chaotic summer of 1967—when the screams of napalm bombs on the nightly news drowned the cheers of the All-Star game—brings the painful realization that childhood has passed. While engaging in his favorite domestic spying game, Denny unwittingly discovers the desperate measures his mother will take to save his autistic older brother, Fad, who is lost in the diagnostic Dark Ages of Austism. At the heart of this novel is not only the story of Denny’s coltish entrance to adolescence, but also that of his relationship with Fad, which will be forever changed during the course of that summer. The Boy Who Went Away is the cruelly antic, heartrending story of two childhoods that would, by fall’s arrival, be irretrievably lost. “Gottlieb records the utterly confounding and inevitable plunge into adulthood with bold clarity. He depicts the spoken and unspoken language of cruelty and love in a family with confidence and poetry. But he is at his very best in the freshness of his imagery, creating a world so vivid and memorable the reader finds all five senses delightfully engaged in experiencing it.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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