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Luster by Raven Leilani audiobook review – expert reading of a dazzling debut

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We first meet sardonic New Yorker Edie sitting in the office talking dirty on a dating app with a man who says he is in an open marriage. For Edie, who is 23, the product of a difficult childhood and one of only two B...

Letters of Note compiled by Shaun Usher audiobook review – a missive success

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The popular compendium of correspondence from history is brilliant in book form, but it takes on a whole new dimension in audio. An eclectic treasure trove of letters written by musicians, attori, poets, writers, expl...

Rutherford and Fry’s Complete Guide to Absolutely Everything audiobook review – easygoing education

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At the start of their Complete Guide to Absolutely Everything, the authors confess the title is a fraud, pointing to the tiny asterisk and the word “abridged” that appears in the printed version. But if scientist Adam...

Did I Say That Out Loud? by Fi Glover and Jane Garvey audiobook review – radio hosts on a roll

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It’s one thing to turn a chart-topping, awards-festooned podcast into a book; it’s another to turn the book into audio without cannibalising the original pod. per fortuna, Fi Glover and Jane Garvey are old hands at the a...

A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins audiobook review – Rosamund Pike turns up the heat

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The gripping new thriller from the author of The Girl on the Train features a dead body on a London houseboat and a smörgåsbord of possible culprits. Read by the actor Rosamund Pike, it is set in the aftermath of a br...