Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - L
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
L, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns, by Chris Colfer.
In this, the sequel to The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell, the twins much once again go into the world of fairy tales, this time to rescue their mother who has been kidnaped by the evil Enchantress.
- The Language God Talks: On Science and Religion, by Herman Wouk.
In one rich, compact volume, Wouk draws on stories from his life as well as on key events from the 20th century to address the eternal questions of why we are here, what purpose faith serves, and how scientific fact fits into the picture.
- The Last Battle, by C. S. Lewis.
The Last Battle is the final volume of the seven books of The Chronicles of Narnia. It tells the tale of a self-centered and old, but clever ape that was very evil and a donkey that was profoundly stupid and did everything the ape told him to do.
- Legends II, Edited by Robert Silverberg .
Unabridged audio readings of: New Short Novels by the Masters of Modern Fantasy.
- Lies My Father Told Me, By Ted Allan and Never Had it so Good, by Charles Israel.
Two vintage radio plays on two audio cassettes. The first play is a story of intergenerational conflict, and a young boy's coming of age in the Montreal of the 1920's. The second radio play, Never Had it so Good, centers around a group of concentration camp survivors and their desire to move to Israel and form a Kibbutz, a goal that is in danger of being thwarted by an anti-Semitic American Army Colonel.
- Lifeguard – A Novel, by James Patterson and Andrew Gross.
This engaging whodunit concerns an art heist and murder.
- Life is a Test, by Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis.
Subtitled, How to Meet Life's Challenges Successfully this book actually contains three books in one: Tests of Learning Who You Really Are, Tests of Relationships, and When Tests Are Wake-Up Calls.
- A Light of Many Colors, by Devorah Singer and Aliza Dubin.
A collection of traditional and modern Jewish songs.
- The Lincoln Lawyer, by Michael Connelly.
A quick paced legal thriller about a lawyer who discovers that his client, who he thought was innocent, is in reality, the epitome of pure evil.
- The Lion's Game, by Nelson DeMille.
This fast paced thriller pits Asad Khalil, a terrorist who will stop at nothing to obtain the vengeance he seeks against America for the murder of his family, against the Anti-Terrorist Task Force, whose main job is to prevent terrorists, like Khalil, from succeeding.
- Live at Carnegie Hall, by David Sedaris.
A recording of Sedaris' live reading of his essays at Carnegie Hall in October of 2002.
- The Lives of a Cell, by Lewis Thomas.
A delightful collection of 29 diverse essays, that run the gamut from a discourse on death to biomythology.
- The Lives of the Kings and Queens of England, Edited by Antonia Fraser.
This outstanding reference book offers short biographical sketches of all the English monarchs since 1066, starting with William the Conquer and ending with the present day monarch of England, Queen Elizabeth II.
- London Bridges, by James Patterson.
The Wolf and the Weasel are back and they are holding the world hostage. It falls on Alex Cross to stop these arch-villains before they destroy the major cities of the world.
- A Long Stone's Throw, by Alphie McCourt.
Following on the heels of his brothers Frank and Malachy McCourt, Alphie adds his own account of the McCourt saga into the mix, in this deeply personal memoir about his life in Limerick, Ireland and as an American immigrant.
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