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Audiobooks Narrated by Edward James Beesley

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  1. Piece of My Heart Audiobook Piece of My Heart
  2. Shuggie Bain Audiobook Shuggie Bain
  3. Burnt Sugar: Longlisted for the Booker Prize 2020 Audiobook Burnt Sugar: Longlisted for the Booker Prize 2020
  4. Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts Audiobook Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts
  5. The Cousins Audiobook The Cousins
  6. A Time to Lie Audiobook A Time to Lie
  7. Dark Tides: The compelling new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Tidelands Audiobook Dark Tides: The compelling new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Tidelands
  8. The Crown: The Official History Behind Season 3: Political Scandal, Personal Struggle and the Years  Audiobook The Crown: The Official History Behind Season 3: Political Scandal, Personal Struggle and the Years
  9. The Harpy Audiobook The Harpy
  10. Anything is Possible: Be Brave, Be Kind and Follow Your Dreams Audiobook Anything is Possible: Be Brave, Be Kind and Follow Your Dreams
The Thing Under The Bed And The Final Stories To Read To The Thing Under The Bed Audiobook

The Thing Under The Bed And The Final Stories To Read To The Thing Under The Bed

Author: Winslow Swan Narrator: Edward James Beesley Release Date: November 2020

The last collection of horror to read to that Thing, you know, that mysterious entity that resides under your bed. The Thing that waits for you to go to sleep and dream the dreams of the innocent. It has waited and waited for you to read those deliciously horrifying short stories from the author of 'Do Not Read This Book' and 'More Stories to Read To The Thing Under The Bed'. What could be in the upstairs bedroom that has already killed, and wants to kill again? Read the letter from a patriotic citizen that just may be your next door neighbor. These and other stories just may appease that horrible creature that only wants another story.

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The Picture of Dorian Gray Audiobook

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Author: Oscar Wilde Narrator: Edward James Beesley Release Date: October 2020

Enjoy Oscar Wilde’s exploration of the price of vanity and hedonism in this InAudio production of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The Picture of Dorian Gray centers on the character of Dorian Gray, a handsome young man who is the muse for a talented painter. Dorian wishes for a painting of himself to take on the effects of aging instead of him so he can give into any vice he wants – and his wish comes true. The novel follows Dorian Gray’s life of giving into every temptation and moral malfeasance that come his way, ranging from smaller vices like vanity and dishonesty all the way to debauchery and murder. He lives life with no repercussions as his portrait ages and decays. As the story follows his life, the book questions whether he’ll be ever stop giving into his hedonism and begin to truly live again. The novel is a cautionary tale with captivating fantasy elements, and is one of the most well-known and influential gothic novels in classic literature.

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Oliver Twist Audiobook

Oliver Twist

Author: Charles Dickens Narrator: Edward James Beesley Release Date: October 2020

Enjoy Charles Dickens’ classic story that gave light to the plights of the orphans in London in Oliver Twist. This was Dickens’ second novel and has been frequently adapted for film, television, and theater over the last century. Oliver Twist follows the titular character from an early age as a young orphan. He faces a cruel and unfair system of disenfranchisement and is forced to beg and work in grueling workplaces to earn money and food as a child. As he grows older, he runs away to London to seek out a better life, but continues to face hardship and villainy along his journey. The book reflects the state of society in Dickens’ time and gives readers an identifiable character with which to experience the difficulties of poverty and social injustice.

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The Importance of Being Earnest Audiobook

The Importance of Being Earnest

Author: Oscar Wilde Narrator: Edward Beesley, Edward James Beesley Release Date: August 2020

“All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does, and that is his.” The story begins with two men discussing an impending marriage proposal. Algernon Moncrieff’s best friend Ernest has planned to propose to Algernon’s cousin, but has secretly been living a double life. To some, he is named Jack Worthing, to some he is Ernest. His dual personas have different personalities – Ernest is a libertine while Jack is a serious man. This deception makes Algernon wonder what may happen if he also adopts the Ernest persona. Soon after becoming the second Ernest, confusion and hilarity ensues as the characters mix one another up, cross into each other’s lives, get tangled in love triangles, and generally treat all of their circumstances as trivial matters. The Importance of Being Earnest is Oscar Wilde’s pinnacle of theatrical writing, and is a beloved play that is performed widely to this day and serves as the basis for countless films and television shows. The humor, satire, drama and amusing characters make this play a timeless work.

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King Lear Audiobook

King Lear

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Edward James Beesley Release Date: August 2020

“When we are born, we cry that we are come to this great stage of fools.” King Lear has lived a long and difficult life as a king and decides that he wants to retire of his duties. To absolve himself of power, Lear decides to split his kingdom among his three daughters based on their affections toward him. While two of his daughters flatter their father and declare their fealty and respect, his third daughter refuses to flatter his ego and declares that she only loves him because he is her father. This disrespect causes Lear to leave her nothing. People in search of power can be duplicitous though, and as King Lear learns that the two flatterers were false in their declarations, his anger sparks a descent into madness that in turn sparks a chain of murders and betrayals that spread through many kingdoms and people rapidly. King Lear, while written with beautiful poetry and language, is dark and brutal, with lessons of loyalty and the value of family bonds that still ring true centuries later.

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The War of the Worlds Audiobook

The War of the Worlds

Author: H.G. Wells Narrator: Edward Beesley, Edward James Beesley Release Date: July 2020

From the father of science fiction comes the story of the fascinating conflict between humans and aliens in The War of the Worlds. The novel begins with humans watching the skies closely, fascinated with the worlds beyond Earth’s atmosphere. As astronomers and scientists hone in on some strange occurrences on Mars, their observations soon become frightening – humans are not the only intelligent beings, and those other beings are also curious about humans. Alien spacecraft starts crashing into England and as Martians emerge from the ships, they begin terrorizing the Earth and bringing destruction with every step. Cities are burned, families are torn apart, and human military power proves weak in the face of an unknown enemy. Humans will fight to protect their home planet, but at what cost? The War of the Worlds is a story about surviving in the face of destruction, the human desire to protect one’s home and loved ones, and a fascinating glance of how a harmful alien invasion could play out on Earth. H.G. Wells remains one of the most important voices of the science fiction genre, and The War of the Worlds was one of the earliest works alien-based fiction, a trope that remains popular to this day.

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Othello Audiobook


Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Edward Beesley, Edward James Beesley Release Date: May 2020

“O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mock The meat it feeds on.” Othello is a tragedy play by William Shakespeare, written in the middle of his career in 1603. The story follows Othello, a general in the Venetian army, and Iago, a treacherous soldier who conspires against him to make him believe that his wife is unfaithful. Like many other Shakespearean plays, Othello features a cast of dynamic characters, murder plots, marital affairs, revenge, and witty writing. Othello is an important work of Shakespeare as it has thorough examinations of many of Shakespeare’s preferred themes and tropes. Othello is known for its themes of jealousy and revenge, racial discrimination, romance, betrayal, and repentance. Though Othello may not be the first tragedy that comes to mind when discussing Shakespeare, it has a legacy of its own and is performed and enjoyed by modern audiences, both on stage and screen. The timeless themes represented within are indicative of Shakespeare’s indelible understanding of humanity and the motivations that drive people to extreme actions.

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Julius Caesar Audiobook

Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare Narrator: Edward Beesley, Edward James Beesley Release Date: May 2020

“Men at some time are masters of their fates. The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” Julius Caesar is at the height of his power. He has just defeated his top rival and is basking in the glory of his triumph. Some believe that he is abusing his power, though, and behind his back, a conspiracy is developing to assassinate him. Even his close advisor Brutus is swayed to participate in the murder plot. Once Caesar is murdered, the conspirators are forced to explain themselves to Rome’s citizens and explain their intentions, and attempt to convince them that this murder was necessary to create peace. While many people understand their reasoning and agree that the murder was a tragic necessity, Caesar’s death exacerbates the conflicts and power struggles, and the rest of the tragedy demonstrates the bloody aftermath of the conspirators’ act of violence. Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare’s most well-known history plays and is revered for its profound writing and thought-provoking perspective on this famous historical event. Shakespeare’s humanization of these real-life characters gives readers a peek into both sides of the story in an unforgettable way.

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The Invisible Man Audiobook

The Invisible Man

Author: Hg Wells Narrator: Edward Beesley, Edward James Beesley Release Date: February 2020

Enjoy the mysterious “grotesque romance” of H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man, in this unabridged InAudio presentation.In this early science fiction novel, H.G. Wells takes readers on a journey with Griffin, a scientist who discovers a way to turn one’s self invisible. This mysterious man turns up in a village during a snowstorm and acts strange, wearing excessive clothingand demonstrating unkindness to the village’s townspeople. As his identity is revealed to more people, Griffin takes advantage of his condition to commit violent acts and terrorize the people who cannot see their assailant. Will the citizens be able to unravel the mystery of the Invisible Man? Will he be able to reverse his condition that has driven him to madness? These questions are answered in this novel that solidified H.G. Wells’ place as the father of science fiction.

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The Castle: A Bud Hutchins Thiller Audiobook

The Castle: A Bud Hutchins Thiller

Author: Jb Michaels Narrator: Edward James Beesley Release Date: January 2020

***READERS' FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS- BRONZE MEDAL WINNER*** No rest for the wicked they say.Barely catching their breath, Bud, Ivy, and Maeve find themselves pitted against the Chicago police, the FBI, and the world’s most powerful vampire. Will they escape injury-free or will the fangs of doom pierce their jugular veins? The answers can only be found in The Castle: A Bud Hutchins Thriller.The three slayers of the supernatural will face their most formidable threats, seek solutions to their most important problems, and be forever changed. The threats are plenty. The stakes are higher. The tasks nigh impossible.Time to grab your favorite monster-slaying weapon, raise your torch, and storm the Castle walls.

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The Legendary Duke Audiobook

The Legendary Duke

Author: Margaret Locke Narrator: Edward James Beesley Release Date: October 2019

From RITA® Finalist and USA Today Bestselling Author Margaret Locke comes The Legendary Duke, the second in her Put Up Your Dukes Regency historical romance series.  For a Knight to win the Princess, he first must slay his dragons... A tragic event in his youth led Gavin Knight's mother to whisk him to Rome, where he lived a simple but secluded life-until, on her deathbed, she revealed who he truly was: the Duke of Cortleon. Now twenty-nine, Gavin has returned to England, determined to learn what happened all those years ago. Despite charming his fellow lords and ladies alike, the new Duke disregards any notion of nuptials, as his honor first demands resolution--and retribution. Then he meets Lady Elinor Greene. For seven years, renowned beauty Elinor has refused all proposals, fearing marriage would curb her freedom. But when her family falls on hard times, Nelle must sacrifice herself to save them by marrying a man of means. A wealthy widower seems the logical choice, a passionless union perfect.  Until she meets the Duke of Cortleon, and learns one Knight can be legendary. Soon Gavin and Elinor must each decide which quest is worth more: that for honor, or that for love... While second in the series, The Legendary Duke can easily be read as a standalone novel - especially because this story turned out to take place before that of The Demon Duke. (Oops.)  Loosely based on the Arthurian legend Gawain and the Green Knight, The Legendary Duke provides adventure, mystery, desire, and betrayal in this satisfying blend of Regency historical romance with a hint of medieval flavor ... and Arthurian Easter eggs pop up throughout!  You don't have to give a hoot about Arthurian legends to fall for this love / hate triangle for the ages, however; that's just an added bonus for geeks like me.  Category: Regency Historical romance Length: 108,000 words / 400 pages  'Terrific storytelling with lots of wit, derring-do, and tugging on the heartstrings!' - Grace Burrowes, NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author 'Locke seamlessly blends hints from classics like The Count of Monte Cristo, Pride and Prejudice, and Arthurian legend into an utterly enjoyable Regency romance.' - Publishers Weekly BookLife Prize

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Bud Hutchins Thrillers #1-3 Audiobook

Bud Hutchins Thrillers #1-3

Author: Jb Michaels Narrator: Edward James Beesley, Jb Michaels Release Date: October 2019

The battle for your soul is ongoing.There is only one defensive entity that keeps you free from the clutches of forced belief and unimaginable sacrifice: The Order of St. Michael.From the Druid forests of Roman Britain to the modern streets of Chicago, a brilliant inventor and a monk of the Order team up to quell monsters, poltergeists, and evil humans hellbent on disrupting peace and creating chaos. ??? Experience History in The Ancient Order!Join Magnus, a Roman centurion, and Michaela, a Celtic warrior queen, as they battle an evil deeply entrenched in a Druid forest. The captivating origin of the Order awaits you. ??? Rush headlong into the modern era with The Order of St. Michael and The Elixir!Meet Bud Hutchins, a socially awkward super genius who talks too much and can't get out of his own way. Will he heed the call to join the Order and save humanity? Eh, maybe. Meet Maeve, a beautiful young woman who happens to be a monk of an ancient Order tasked with keeping evil spirits at bay and saving Bud Hutchins from himself. She rolls her eyes. A lot. In these globe-trotting, action-packed supernatural thrillers, our heroes fight to contain ancient evils that call from beyond. It's time for you to join the Order. Battle monsters. Avenge the dead and save the natural world from supernatural destruction.

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