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Audiobooks Narrated by Pj Roscoe

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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
Lady Windermere's Fan Audiobook

Lady Windermere's Fan

Author: Oscar Wilde Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: October 2020

Lady Windermere’s Fan: A Play About a Good Woman by Oscar Wilde is a play in four acts about a marriage teetering on the edge of destruction and the drama that surrounds the family while they seek resolution. This play was Wilde’s first foray into comedies, and was his first successful play that would earn a profit from its performances. The play follows the young Lady Windermere as she begins to believe that her husband is having an affair. Her husband insists that he is remaining true to her, and—in a misguided attempt to ease Lady Windermere’s suspicions—invites his supposed mistress to her birthday party. This inciting incident causes the marriage to struggle, and drama ensues through the rest of the play. This comedic tale has fascinating characters, a twist ending, and Oscar Wilde’s signature humor.

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The Man in the Brown Suit Audiobook

The Man in the Brown Suit

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: October 2020

Anne Beddingfield is a young woman looking for adventure. After being orphaned, she leaves for London to find a new life and career. While waiting for a subway after a job interview, she witnesses a man falling onto the subway track and dying. This sort of accident could happen to anyone, but Anne suspects that something was strange about the circumstance. She decides to investigate a little further to see if her suspicions are correct. Anne’s investigation launches her into the middle of a twisty mystery plot, where no one is who they seem, and the stakes are life and death. Her journey to solve the mystery takes her around the world looking for answers, and the answers she finds are not what she expects. Will she be able to track down the real criminal masterminds and escape their traps? Who are the true villains of the story? From the masterful mystery imagination of Agatha Christie, The Man in the Brown Suit is a thrilling adventure that is sure to keep you guessing until the last moment.

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The Game of Life and How to Play It Audiobook

The Game of Life and How to Play It

Author: Florence Scovel Shinn Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: October 2020

The Game of Life and How to Play It is an exploration of Florence Scovel Shinn’s personal philosophies regarding metaphysics, as in the relationships between mind and matter and the nature of the reality humans experience. This book outlines many “spiritual ideas” espoused by Shinn, with many emphasizing the importance of being intentional with one’s thoughts and actions. Like the law of attraction, Shinn’s philosophy posits that if one is thoughtfully and intentionally putting good energy into the world, good energy will return. A few specific laws found in this book are: - The Power of Words, meaning the importance of thinking and intentionally utilizing words rather than speaking out of turn - The Law of Non-Resistance, or resisting the temptation to meet negativity with more negativity - The Law of Use, which asserts that using wealth is better than hoarding, and that giving gifts is an investment in others There are many more ideas like this in the book, and all are sure to give readers food for thought. These laws and ideas are useful tools, and can be adopted as ways to more thoughtfully interact with the world and attract positive energy into your life.

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Mansfield Park Audiobook

Mansfield Park

Author: Jane Austen Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: October 2020

“The enthusiasm of a woman's love is even beyond the biographer's.” When Fanny Price is very young, she is sent away to live with her aunt and uncle at Mansfield Park, a large estate filled with all of Fanny’s insufferable cousins and family members. Her life is full of people mistreating her and acting unpleasant, and generally giving her a difficult time. She grows older in the midst of her mistreatment, and learns to adjust to the harsh environment at Mansfield Park. As Fanny grows older, she faces awkward situations as her cousins begin to fall in love and pair off, and what ensues is a twisting tale of love triangles, mistaken affection, playful seductions, and the pain of young love scorned. Fanny continues to age and work through all of the drama and theatrics of her family and the men wooing her, with one of them eventually following her as she returns to her original home in Portsmouth to be with her sister. Mansfield Park was Jane Austen’s third novel and is often stated to be her most mature. The complex love entanglements, mature situations, and familial drama are common in Austen’s literature, but Mansfield Park is one of the most complex of her novels. The book has been lauded for its challenging of the conservative values of the age, and for its masterful artistry which cleverly disguises the social commentary within.

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Emma Audiobook


Author: Jane Austen Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: August 2020

Emma Woodhouse has successfully played matchmaker for her friend, and discovers that she has a taste for setting up romances for her friends. She gets to work meddling in her friends’ affair, convincing them to call off imminent engagements and relationships in favor of ones she creates. The matchmaking quickly gets out of Emma’s hands, and her actions and instructions begin harming the people she cares about. Though she means well, her interference spirals and her good intentions cause difficulties and confusion. And though Emma continues to matchmake and attempt to create relationships among her friends, each new connection just adds another wrench in the works and scrambles the suitors once again. The question becomes who will be the final couples left together by the end of the novel? Told with Jane Austen’s signature charm and wit, Emma is the story of a most unusual heroine and the chaos she creates in her friend circle with her antics. It is a humorous and heartwarming novel that will leave readers amused and enchanted.

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Northanger Abbey Audiobook

Northanger Abbey

Author: Jane Austen Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: July 2020

“But Catherine did not know her own advantages - did not know that a good-looking girl, with an affectionate heart and a very ignorant mind, cannot fail of attracting a clever young man, unless circumstances are particularly untoward.” Catherine Moreland is an average seventeen-year-old. She is an avid reader, a lover of sports and an imaginative young woman. She is at the age that ladies of her era are meant to be participating in courtship and settling into a new family to live a life of ease. Catherine’s favorite genre to read is gothic fiction, a romanticized, dark and mysterious genre. As Catherine grows older and begins to meet more of the world outside of her family to increase her social circle, her imagination begins to get the better of her. Everyday scenarios become romanticized and dramatic, natural deaths become mysterious, and innocent motives are questioned as Catherine fancies herself a character in a Gothic drama. Catherine’s naivete and escapism are what holds her back from maturing into an adult. Northanger Abbey was Jane Austen’s satirical take on the popular gothic fiction of her days, and was published posthumously along with Persuasion. The book’s witty parody of the genre is humorous and self-referential at times. This is a classic coming of age story blended with over-the-top drama, fascinating characters, and Jane Austen’s eloquence.

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Sense and Sensibility Audiobook

Sense and Sensibility

Author: Jane Austen Narrator: Paula Roscoe, Pj Roscoe Release Date: May 2020

“The more I know of the world, the more I am convinced that I shall never see a man whom I can really love. I require so much!” – Marianne Dashwood Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility is a classic staple of English literature. Published in 1811, this novel tells the story of the Dashwood ladies – Elinor, Marianne, and Margaret – as their family is forced to move to a new estate. Elinor and Marianne, the oldest of the trio, come of age in a tumultuous time, and the novel focuses on their romances, tribulations, and relationships with one another as they grow up. Like Austen’s other famous novels, Sense and Sensibility has been successful since its publication, and is often adapted for stage and screen. The story of Elinor and Marianne’s first forays into love and heartbreak is relatable to readers several decades removed from Austen’s time. Readers across generations identify with the headstrong women who seek love and companionship, often in the wrong places.

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Jane Eyre Audiobook

Jane Eyre

Author: Charlotte Brontë Narrator: Paula Roscoe, Pj Roscoe Release Date: February 2020

Follow along with the lifelong adventures of Jane Eyre in this InAudio unabridged presentation of Charlotte Bronte’s timeless classic.Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyrewas at the forefront of first-person narrative storytelling and is beloved for its ability to put the reader in a fictional character’s head in a setting that, while realistic, also has fantasy and Gothic elements as well. In this novel, readers follow the perspective and life of of Jane Eyre, a woman who faces a difficult childhood, harsh schooling in adolescence, and an eventful adulthood full of hardships and heartbreak, but triumphs and romance as well. Listeners will love hearing the adventures of Jane throughout her life as she grows up and experiences the world.With strong themes of classism, individualism, feminism, and a strong sense of morality, Jane Eyreis an important piece of classic English literature, and remains impactful to a modern audience.

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Lady Susan Audiobook

Lady Susan

Author: Jane Austen Narrator: Paula Roscoe, Pj Roscoe Release Date: January 2020

“There is exquisite pleasure in subduing an insolent spirit, in making a person pre-determined to dislike, acknowledge one’s superiority.” In this special InAudio production of one of Jane Austen’s earliest completed novels, listeners will meet the eponymous Lady Susan Vernon, an unscrupulous widow who tends to meddle in the affairs of those around her. Lady Susan charms everyone she meets - particularly the men - and is keen on toying with emotions for her own amusement. The novel, told in letters between various characters, follows Lady Susan’s escapades and influences on her family, and the affects that her presences has on their individual trysts and ties to one another. An amusing story told in Jane Austen’s standard romantic style, Lady Susan is a fun glimpse at British society in the 18th century and is a fascinating character study of a charming coquette.

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Persuasion Audiobook


Author: Jane Austen Narrator: Pj Roscoe Release Date: January 2020

Enjoy this InAudio presentation of Persuasion by Jane Austen. Delight in what literary critics say is the peak of Jane Austen’s writing skills–and her final completed novel. Persuasion is Jane Austen’s final completed novel and has been critically acclaimed as the most maturely written of Austen’s novels. It was posthumously published in 1817, just six months after Austen’s death. Persuasion follows Anne Elliot, a strong young woman, as she is reacquainted with her once-fiance Frederick Wentworth. In Austen’s beloved witty writing, the story follows the duo and their families as they face financial troubles, criss-crossed relationships, the strong emotions of jealousy and unrequited affection, and the societal pressures of the age. With a charming cast of characters and told in signature Austen flair, this is a story of the power of being true to one’s self and the power of love above societal struggles.

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