Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - I
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
I, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- I, Alex Cross, by James Patterson.
Alex Cross's niece is found brutally murdered. Overcome with grief, Alex vows to take down her killer - before he strikes again...
- I Am A Pole (And So Can You!), by Stephen Colbert.
Follow the adventures of a Pole in this witty parody of a children's book that was written for an adult audience!
- I Can See You, by Karen Rose.
When women playing an online role-playing game start to turn up dead, Eve Wilson joins forces with Homicide Detective Noah Webster to track down a serial killer - before Eve is his next victim!
- I Capture the Castle, by Dodie Smith.
This delightful tale, is narrated by seventeen-year-old Cassandra Mortmain through her journal entries. A journal to which she has confides her hopes and dreams, and the day to day events in her life - including her first love and intimate tidbits about her family.
- I Dare You, by Joyce Meyer.
Embrace Life with Passion - In this inspirational book, Meyer shows how to give your passion purpose.
- I Like You - Hospitality Under the Influence, by Amy Sedaris.
A humorous and practical book that offers tips on everything from hosting a party to buying gifts for the hard to please.
- If You Can Talk, You Can Write, by Joel Saltzman.
This delightful audiobook is the best how-to 'get' writing primer that I have come across. In just over three hours, it will have you writing and, just as important, it will help you to keep writing, once you've started.
- I'm a Manatee [Book and CD], by John Lithgow
When a little boy's dream apparently comes true, he sets off on an amazing adventure - as a manatee!
- Incident At Vichy, by Arthur Miller.
This riveting play is set in 1942 in Vichy, France, where nine men are assembled in a small and dark room under a shadowy pretext. As the tension builds, the men are questioned - are they the sort of people whom the new Nazi regime considers inferior?
- Inhumanity Quest, by T. Ray Gordon.
A spirited science fiction space opera about one man's quest to save humanity from a monstrous alien menace that has been fighting against the humans for generations.
- Innocent, by Scott Turow.
The sequel to the genre-defining, landmark bestseller Presumed Innocent, INNOCENT continues the story of Rusty Sabich and Tommy Molto who are, once again, twenty years later, pitted against each other in a riveting psychological match after the mysterious death of Rusty's wife.
- The Innocent, by Taylor Stevens.
Asked to infiltrate a cult to rescue a young girl, lone-wolf assassin Vanessa Michael Munroe will find that it will take all of her skills, and then some, to go in and get out alive with her target in tow - if it can even be done at all.
- Insatiable, by Gael Greene.
Tales from a Life of Delicious Excess. A memoir from the famed food critic whose column in the New York magazine ran from 1968-2000.
- Inside SEAL Team Six, by Don Mann with Ralph Pezzullo.
In May, 2011, SEAL Team Six (ST6) [also known as United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG), or DEVGRU] assassinated the al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden. This book delves into who and what SEAL Team Six is, and what goes into the making of a Navy SEAL.
- Intent to Kill, by James Grippando.
A fallen baseball star must use his new skills as Boston's king of sports radio to outwit a dangerous caller and prove—live and on the air—that the hit-and-run that killed his wife was no accident.
In Search of Islamic Feminism: One Woman's Global Journey, By Elizabeth Warnock Fernea.
This book explores the lives, and hopes, of Islamic women around the world.
- Inside the Kingdom - My Life in Saudi Arabia, by Carmen Bin Ladin.
A memoir about Carmen's life in Saudi Arabia as a member of the Bin Ladin family, and how the events of 9/11 affected her life and that of her daughters.
- Inspired Parenting, by Rav Moshe Weinberger.
In this series of lectures, Rav Weinberger covers how to raise and educate your children in order to bring out their best qualities, and how to infuse them with more yiddishkeit.. He offers advice on how to motivate and inspire your children, and points out that even the most difficult child has unlimited potential. He also touches on controversial issues, as what happens when someone cannot have children.
- Islam Unveiled, by Robert Spencer.
Disturbing Questions About the World's Fastest-Growing Faith.
- Island of Vice, by Richard Zacks.
In Island of Vice, Richard Zacks paints a vivid portrait of the lewd underbelly of 1890s New York, and of Theodore Roosevelt, the puritanical, cocksure police commissioner resolved to clean it up.
- Israel: A History, By Martin Gilbert.
This book primarily concentrates on the first fifty years of Israeli statehood, Gilbert also details the events and figures that contributed to the formation of the state, including the pogroms in Russia that helped to foster the growth of Zionism, and the Holocaust which made the establishment of the state so vital as a safe harbor for the survivors.
- It's Your Ship, by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff.
Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy.
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