Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - C
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
C, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- Caddy for Life, by John Feinstein.
The story of Bruce Edwards passion for golf, his role as Tom Watson's caddy, and his death from Lou Gehrig's disease.
- Calico Joe, by John Grisham.
A fast paced story steeped in baseball that details the fateful day that Cubbie Calico Joe met Mets pitcher Warren Tracey on the field of battle, and the aftermath of the game that changed their lives, and that of Warren's young son, Paul.
- Call Me Ted, by Ted Turner with Bill Burke.
An intimate autobiography of Ted Turner, interlaced with "Ted Stories," which are stories about Turner told by his friends, co-workers, and family members.
- The Camel Club, by David Baldacci.
When four eccentric men who study conspiracy theories stumble upon an all too real conspiracy they must race to reveal the truth before the world is plunged into a nuclear war.
- Cancer Schmancer, By Fran Drescher.
In Cancer Schmancer, Drescher candidly speaks about her recent fight with uterine cancer.
- Cane River, by Lalita Tademy.
Cane River is a moving, and riveting, fictional account of life in Louisiana, told through the stories of four women who were born into slavery. The story begins in 1834 and continues well into the 20th century. Although a work of fiction, this book is based on the in-depth research that Lalita Tademy conducted into her own family's background.
- The Captivity of the Oatman Girls
Among the Apache and Mohave Indians, by Lorenzo D. Oatman and Olive A. Oatman.
Following the massacre of their family by Indians, Olive and Mary Ann Oatman where taken into captivity and forced to live as slaves. This is the story of their captivity and their brother's search to find the missing girls.
- Carole King: A Natural Woman, by Carole King.
In this telling autobiography, King, a renowned singer and songwriter, recounts her life from her early days in Brooklyn to the present time.
- The Case for Christ, by Lee Strobel.
A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus.
- The Cassandra Compact, by Robert Ludlum and Philip Shelby.
Someone has stolen samples of the Smallpox virus from a Russian lab. Can Jon Smith, a member of the ultra secret Covert-One operational force, thwart the efforts of the thieves before they unleash this deadly virus on an unsuspecting population?
- The Casual Vacancy, by J. K. Rowling.
What secrets lie beneath the surface of the tiny town of Pagford? When Barry Fairbrother dies unexpectedly, the ensuing war for his council seat dredges up many of the secrets that the residents though were long buried...
- The Cat Ate My Gymsuit, by Paula Danziger.
A poignant and ofttimes funny coming-of-age tale that follows the struggles of Marcy Lewis, an overweight thirteen-year-old as she fights to get her favorite teacher rehired.
- The Cat in the Hat and Other Dr. Seuss Favorites, by Dr. Seuss.
Nine complete Dr. Seuss stories read by Kelsey Grammer, Walter Matthau, John Cleese, and more...
- Cavaliers and Roundheads:
The English Civil War 1642-1649, by Christopher Hibbert.
A compelling social and military history of the English Civil War, read by David Case.
- The Celestine Prophecy, by James Redfield.
An ancient Peruvian manuscript is discovered that contains pivotal insights that are necessary for spiritual growth and for the development of the human race as a whole, however there are forces at play that would prefer that the manuscript never sees the light of day. Can it, and its message be shared with the world before it is too late?
- Change Your Words, Change Your Life, by Joyce Meyer.
Understanding the Power of Every Word You Speak.
- Chasing Life, by Sanjay Gupta.
In this audiobook, you will learn the medically based secrets of functional aging - the process of living longer, while maintaining your full mental capacities and maintaining a healthy and active body.
- Chasing the Devil, by David Reichert.
Subtitle: My Twenty-Year Quest to Capture the Green River Killer. A graphic account of this true-crime investigation.
- The Chronicles of Narnia, by C. S. Lewis.
A delightful unabridged audio rendition, read by Ian Richardson, Claire Bloom, Sir Anthony Quail, and Michael York, of all seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia series: The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Horse and His Boy, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle.
- Cinnamon Kiss, by Walter Mosley.
Another installment in the Easy Rawlins series. This book finds Rawlins investigating the disappearance of an attorney and his beautiful assistance, Cinnamon. Before he knows it, Rawlins finds the case clouded by dead bodies, Nazis, and the odd assassin.
- Claim Your Victory Today, by Dr. Creflo A. Dollar.
10 Steps That Will Revolutionize Your Life. An inspirational book that will help you to overcome any difficulty that you encounter by following a biblically ordained, 10-step plan for victory.
- Cold Coffin, by Gwendoline Butler.
As in any large city, Second City has its share of horrific crimes. But even in a large city, sometimes something unexpected turns up - in this case, a pile of infants' skulls. Could they be connected to the recent murder of a midwife and her two daughters? By the end of this chilling novel, Chief Commander John Coffin will know all the answers.
- The Colour of Magic, by Terry Pratchett.
In this, the first novel in the Discworld series, Pratchett takes the reader on a psychedelic adventure through the mythical world that is Discworld.
- The Columbus Affair, by Steve Berry.
Disgraced journalist Tom Sagan finds himself blackmailed into hunting for a treasure purportedly hidden by Columbus in Jamaica. At stake - the life of his daughter . . .
- Comets: Creators and Destroyers, By David H. Levy
According to current
theories, it was a comet that spelled doom for
the dinosaurs and it's only be a matter of time before we are next...
- The Coming Plague, by Laurie Garrett.
This impressive book examines the potentially catastrophic dangers presented by viruses and mans attempts to control the uncontrollable.
- Complicated Kindness, A, by Miriam Toews.
A poignant coming-of-age story about a rebellious Mennonite teenager who dreams of moving to the 'big' city and away from the small, religiously strict community she calls home.
- The Confession of Brother Haluin, by Ellis Peters.
Thinking he is going to die, Brother Haluin makes his deathbed confession, revealing the horrific sins that he had committed before becoming a monk. When he recovers, he sets out with Cadfael in an attempt to make amends for his sins.
- Cross Fire, by James Patterson.
Detective Alex Cross and Bree's wedding plans are put on hold when Alex is called to the scene of the perfectly executed assassination of two of Washington D.C.'s most corrupt: a dirty congressmen and a scheming lobbyist. Next, the elusive marksman begins picking off other crooked politicians.
- Crucible 0311, by C. Wayne Standiford.
This narrative, which chronicles Standiford's experiences in Vietnam, is infused with unique observations of his surroundings and the men he worked and lived with. Throughout, Standiford speaks with an obvious sense of pride and patriotism concerning the contribution made by himself, and countless others like him, while serving their country.
- Crusade in Europe, by Dwight D. Eisenhower.
In this informative book, Eisenhower supplies an insider's look at America's role in Europe during World War II, as seen through the eyes of the man who commanded the Allied Forces.
- The Cuckoo's Calling, by Robert Galbraith.
On the one hand, this is the debut crime novel of Robert Galbraith. On the other hand, it is the ninth or so novel by J. K. Rowling, and her second adult novel. You choose whom you think the better author is...
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